On‐Surface Synthesis and Collective Spin Excitations of a Triangulene‐Based Nanostar

@article{Hieulle2021OnSurfaceSA,
  title={On‐Surface Synthesis and Collective Spin Excitations of a Triangulene‐Based Nanostar},
  author={Jeremy Hieulle and Silvia Castro and Niklas Friedrich and Alessio Vegliante and Francisco Romero Lara and Sofia Sanz and Dulce Rey and Martina Corso and Thomas Frederiksen and Jos{\'e} Ignacio Pascual and Diego Pe{\~n}a},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)},
  year={2021},
  volume={60},
  pages={25224 - 25229}
}
Abstract Triangulene nanographenes are open‐shell molecules with predicted high spin state due to the frustration of their conjugated network. Their long‐sought synthesis became recently possible over a metal surface. Here, we present a macrocycle formed by six [3]triangulenes, which was obtained by combining the solution synthesis of a dimethylphenyl‐anthracene cyclic hexamer and the on‐surface cyclodehydrogenation of this precursor over a gold substrate. The resulting triangulene nanostar… 

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