Steering molecular island morphology on an insulator surface by exploiting sequential deposition

Loske F, Reichling M, Kühnle A (2011)
Chemical Communications 47(37): 10386-10388.

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Depending on the deposition order in coadsorption of C(60) and SubPc molecules on CaF(2) (111), distinctly different island morphologies can be obtained. We demonstrate that non-equilibrium processes can play a significant role in molecular structure formation and constitute a new route for complex molecular patterning of an insulating surface.
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Loske F, Reichling M, Kühnle A. Steering molecular island morphology on an insulator surface by exploiting sequential deposition. Chemical Communications. 2011;47(37):10386-10388.
Loske, F., Reichling, M., & Kühnle, A. (2011). Steering molecular island morphology on an insulator surface by exploiting sequential deposition. Chemical Communications, 47(37), 10386-10388. doi:10.1039/c1cc12996a
Loske, F., Reichling, M., and Kühnle, A. (2011). Steering molecular island morphology on an insulator surface by exploiting sequential deposition. Chemical Communications 47, 10386-10388.
Loske, F., Reichling, M., & Kühnle, A., 2011. Steering molecular island morphology on an insulator surface by exploiting sequential deposition. Chemical Communications, 47(37), p 10386-10388.
F. Loske, M. Reichling, and A. Kühnle, “Steering molecular island morphology on an insulator surface by exploiting sequential deposition”, Chemical Communications, vol. 47, 2011, pp. 10386-10388.
Loske, F., Reichling, M., Kühnle, A.: Steering molecular island morphology on an insulator surface by exploiting sequential deposition. Chemical Communications. 47, 10386-10388 (2011).
Loske, Felix, Reichling, Michael, and Kühnle, Angelika. “Steering molecular island morphology on an insulator surface by exploiting sequential deposition”. Chemical Communications 47.37 (2011): 10386-10388.
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