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Several features should be noted: a) when the islands are sufficiently far apart they take on the elliptical shape expected for the reconstructed Si(001) surface[31,35], b) in the last stage of island shrinkage the area-time relationship is linear, and c) the islands do not decay independently but in pairs. The linear area-time behavior is characteristic of inter-island transfer that is detachment limited. The pairing of the islands can be modeled extremely well by considering the exchange of fluxes between stacks of interacting islands but only if the steps are taken to be permeable to adatoms (or ad-dimers).
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