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Enhancing intramolecular features and identifying defects in organic and hybrid nanoarchitectures on a metal surface at room temperature using a NaCl-functionalized scanning tunneling microscopy tip

Enhancing intramolecular features and identifying defects in organic and hybrid nanoarchitectures on a metal surface at room temperature using a NaCl-functionalized scanning tunneling microscopy tip
Fabien Silly, David Peyrot
Scanning tunneling microscopy using an NaCl-functionalised tip is a powerful method to assess the morphology of two-dimensional nanoarchitectures and their local variations of electronic properties.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/ra/~3/0Z64wxUOt0M/C7RA11220C

DOI: 2017/RA/C7RA11220C

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