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Professor G. P. Srivastava publications by Miwa, RH

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Self-organized Bi lines on the Si(001) surface: A theoretical study
R H Miwa and G. P. Srivastava
Phys Rev B 66 (2002) 235317:1-6

Ab initio study of the Self-Organised Bi-Lines on the Si(001) Surface
R H Miwa, T M Schmidt and G. P. Srivastava
Surf Sci 507-510 (2002) 368-373.

Bi covered Si(111) surface revisited
R H Miwa, T M Schmidt and G. P. Srivastava
J Phys: CM 15 (2003) 2441-2447

Ab initio study of the GaAs(001)-In(4×2) surface
R H Miwa, R Miotto, A C Ferraz and G. P. Srivastava
Phys Rev B 67 (2003) 045325:1-5

Bismuth nanolines on Si(001) and their influence on mesoscopic surfacestructure
J M MacLeod, C P Lima, R H Miwa, G P Srivastava, and A B McLean
Materials Science and Technology 20 (2004) 951-54

Self-organised wires and antiwires on semiconductor surfaces
G P Srivastava and R H Miwa
Appl Surf Sci 234 (2004) 293-304

Atomic geometry and electronic states on GaAs(111)A-Se(2 root(3) x2 root(3))
K Chuasiripattana, R H Miwa, and G P Srivastava
Surf Sci 966-968 (2004) 909-15

STM images and energetics of the Bi-covered (R3 x R3) reconstructed Si(111) surface
T M Schmidt, R H Miwa, and G P Srivastava
Braz. J. Phys. 34 (2004) 629-31.

The geometry of Bi nanolines on Si(001)
R H Miwa, J M MacLeod, G P Srivastava and A B McLean
Appl. Surf. Sci. 244 (2005) 157-160

The electronic origin of contrast reversal in bias-dependent STM images of nanolines
J M MacLeod, R H Miwa, G P Srivastava and A B McLean
Surf. Sci. 576 (2005) 116-122.

The electronic properties of Si(001)-Bi(2xn)
A G Mark, J A Lipton-Duffin, J M MacLeod, R H Miwa,G P Srivastava, and A B McLean
J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 17 (2005) 571-580.

Energetic stability, equilibrium geometry and the electronic properties of Bi induced Si(001)-(2xn) surfaces
R H Miwa and G P Srivastava
Phys Rev B 74 (2006) 035301:1-6

Reply to comment by D R Bowler et al ``Bi nanolines on Si(001): registry with the substrate
R H Miwa, J M MacLeod, A B McLean and G P Srivastava
Nanotechnol 17 (2006) 1803-05

Nanostructure formation aided by self-organised Bi nanolines on Si(001)
G P Srivastava and R H Miwa
Appl. Surf. Sci. 254 (2008) 8075-82

Ab initio study of the Bi-covered GaAs(111)B surface
R H Miwa and G. P. Srivastava
Phys Rev B 64 (2001) 195328-1 -- 7.

Sb-covered GaAs(111)B--(3x8) surface: a theoretical study
R H Miwa and G. P. Srivastava
Surf Sci 482-485 (2001) 1308-1313

A Comparative Study of Dissociative Adsorption of NH3, PH3 ans AsH3 on Si(001)--(2x1)
R Miotto, G. P. Srivastava, R H Miwa and A C Ferraz
J Chem Phys 114 (2001) 9549-9556

Theoretical investigations of Sb induced (3x8) and (1x3) reconstructions on the GaAs(111)B surface
R H Miwa and G. P. Srivastava
Phys Rev B 63 (2001) 125341-1 -- 125341-8

Atomic geometry, electronic structure and image state for the Si(111)--In(4x1) nanowire
R H Miwa and G. P. Srivastava
Surf Sci 473 (2001) 123-13

Forward to Professor G. P. Srivastava publications by Montgomery, V (2 publications).

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

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