Surface trapping of atoms and molecules with dipole rings.


The trapping of single molecules on surfaces without the formation of strong covalent bonds is a prerequisite for molecular recognition and the exploitation of molecular function. On nanopatterned surfaces, molecules may be selectively trapped and addressed. In a boron nitride nanomesh formed on Rh(111), the pattern consisted of holes 2 nanometers in… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.1154179


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@article{Dil2008SurfaceTO, title={Surface trapping of atoms and molecules with dipole rings.}, author={Hugo Dil and Jorge Lobo-Checa and R. Laskowski and Peter Blaha and Simon Berner and J{\"{u}rg Osterwalder and Thomas Greber}, journal={Science}, year={2008}, volume={319 5871}, pages={1824-6} }