Toward Molecular Nanowires Self-Assembled on an Insulating Substrate: Heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid on Calcite (10(1)over-bar4)

Rahe P, Nimmrich M, Greuling A, Schütte J, Stara IG, Rybacek J, Huerta-Angeles G, Stary I, Rohlfing M, Kühnle A (2010)
Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114(3): 1547-1552.

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Molecular self-assembly is employed for creating unidirectional molecular nanostructures on a truly insulating substrate, namely the (10 (1) over bar4) cleavage plane of calcite. The molecule used is racemic heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid, which forms structures, well-aligned along the [010] crystallographic direction and stable at room temperature. Precise control of both molecule-substrate and molecule-molecule interaction is required, leading to the formation of such wire-like structures of well-defined width and lengths exceeding 100 nm. This subtle balance is governed by the heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid used in this study, allowing for both hydrogen bond formation as well pi-pi stacking.
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Rahe P, Nimmrich M, Greuling A, et al. Toward Molecular Nanowires Self-Assembled on an Insulating Substrate: Heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid on Calcite (10(1)over-bar4). Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2010;114(3):1547-1552.
Rahe, P., Nimmrich, M., Greuling, A., Schütte, J., Stara, I. G., Rybacek, J., Huerta-Angeles, G., et al. (2010). Toward Molecular Nanowires Self-Assembled on an Insulating Substrate: Heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid on Calcite (10(1)over-bar4). Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114(3), 1547-1552. doi:10.1021/jp911287p
Rahe, P., Nimmrich, M., Greuling, A., Schütte, J., Stara, I. G., Rybacek, J., Huerta-Angeles, G., Stary, I., Rohlfing, M., and Kühnle, A. (2010). Toward Molecular Nanowires Self-Assembled on an Insulating Substrate: Heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid on Calcite (10(1)over-bar4). Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114, 1547-1552.
Rahe, P., et al., 2010. Toward Molecular Nanowires Self-Assembled on an Insulating Substrate: Heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid on Calcite (10(1)over-bar4). Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114(3), p 1547-1552.
P. Rahe, et al., “Toward Molecular Nanowires Self-Assembled on an Insulating Substrate: Heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid on Calcite (10(1)over-bar4)”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol. 114, 2010, pp. 1547-1552.
Rahe, P., Nimmrich, M., Greuling, A., Schütte, J., Stara, I.G., Rybacek, J., Huerta-Angeles, G., Stary, I., Rohlfing, M., Kühnle, A.: Toward Molecular Nanowires Self-Assembled on an Insulating Substrate: Heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid on Calcite (10(1)over-bar4). Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 114, 1547-1552 (2010).
Rahe, Philipp, Nimmrich, Markus, Greuling, Andreas, Schütte, Jens, Stara, Irena G., Rybacek, Jiri, Huerta-Angeles, Gloria, Stary, Ivo, Rohlfing, Michael, and Kühnle, Angelika. “Toward Molecular Nanowires Self-Assembled on an Insulating Substrate: Heptahelicene-2-carboxylic acid on Calcite (10(1)over-bar4)”. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114.3 (2010): 1547-1552.
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