Supramolecular chemistry at the liquid / solid interface probed by scanning tunnelling microscopy

@inproceedings{Feyter2006SupramolecularCA,
  title={Supramolecular chemistry at the liquid / solid interface probed by scanning tunnelling microscopy},
  author={Steven De Feyter and Hirotaka Uji and Wael Mamdouh and Akio Miura and Jingchao Zhang and Pascal Jonkheijm and Albertus P H J Schenning and E W Meijer and Frank W{\"u}rthner and Jan H. van Esch},
  year={2006}
}
The liquid/solid interface provides an ideal environment to investigate self-assembly phenomena, and scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) is one of the preferred methodologies to probe the structure and the properties of physisorbed monolayers on the nanoscale. Physisorbed monolayers are of relevance in areas such as lubrication, patterning of surfaces on the nanoscale, and thin film based organic electronic devices, to name a few. It’s important to gain insight in the factors which control the… CONTINUE READING

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