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44] have presented an STM view of an intermediate stage of the oxidation, performed with atomic oxygen, of the FeO(111) bilayer on Pd (111). We recall that the FeO(111) bilayer on Pd(111) is isostructural with the one on Pt(111). 17a, b displays STM images, in which O–Fe–O islands (bright contrast) coexist with O-adatom line dislocations, the latter are formed during the initial stages of the oxidation. Panel (c) gives a schematic picture of the structural changes during the bilayer-trilayer transformation .