Recognition of Amount of Carbon Atoms of Graphite STM Images
It is important and interesting thing to calculate characteristic values of graphite by processing graphite STM images, which is useful to automatically analyzing topology structure during in-situ STM scanning of graphite. In this paper, we continue to report some digital image processing algorithms application on the calculating amount of carbon atoms of atomically-resolved STM. At last, we also write the correlative software with C++ codes, which applying the digital image processing algorithms. And from the result of processing a classic STM image of graphite, we can calculate accurately amount of carbon atoms of atomically-resolved STM.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2011
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