Imaging the Bonds of Dehalogenated Benzene Radicals on Cu(111) and Au(111).

Abstract

Dissociative adsorption of doubly substituted benzene molecules leads to formation of benzyne radicals. In this study, co-adsorbed hydrogen molecules are used in scanning tunneling hydrogen microscopy to enhance the contrast of the meta- and the para-isomers of these radicals on Cu(111) and Au(111). Up to three hydrogen molecules are attached to one radical… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201600495

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@article{SimicMilosevic2016ImagingTB, title={Imaging the Bonds of Dehalogenated Benzene Radicals on Cu(111) and Au(111).}, author={Violeta Simic-Milosevic and Michael Mehlhorn and Karina Morgenstern}, journal={Chemphyschem : a European journal of chemical physics and physical chemistry}, year={2016}, volume={17 17}, pages={2679-85} }