Plenty of room on top: Unprecedented one- and two-dimensional fullerene patterns were obtained upon evaporation of pristine C60 onto pre-organized porphyrin monolayers on silver surfaces following a bottom-up approach. The arrangement of the fullerene molecules on the patterned layer can be controlled by the porphyrin structure (see scanning tunneling microscopy images).
- Scanning probe microscopy
- Surface chemistry
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BONIFAZI, D. (Contributor), Cheng, F. (Contributor), de Wild, M. (Contributor), Diederich, F. (Contributor), Guntherodt, H. (Contributor), Jung, T. (Contributor), Kiebele, A. (Contributor), Seiler, P. (Contributor) & Spillmann, H. (Contributor), Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre, 1 Jan 2005