Growth of unidirectional molecular rows of cysteine on Au(110)-(1x2) driven by adsorbate-induced surface rearrangements

Kühnle A, Molina LM, Linderoth TR, Hammer B, Besenbacher F (2004)
Physical Review Letters 93(8): 086101.

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Using scanning tunneling microscopy we have studied the nucleation and growth of unidirectional molecular rows upon adsorption of the amino acid cysteine onto the anisotropic Au(110)-(1x2) surface under ultrahigh vacuum conditions. By modeling a large variety of possible molecular adsorption geometries using density-functional theory calculations, we find that in the optimum, lowest energy configuration, no significant intermolecular interactions exist along the growth direction. Instead the driving force for formation of the unidirectional molecular rows is an adsorbate-induced surface rearrangement, providing favorable adsorption sites for the molecules.
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Kühnle A, Molina LM, Linderoth TR, Hammer B, Besenbacher F. Growth of unidirectional molecular rows of cysteine on Au(110)-(1x2) driven by adsorbate-induced surface rearrangements. Physical Review Letters. 2004;93(8): 086101.
Kühnle, A., Molina, L. M., Linderoth, T. R., Hammer, B., & Besenbacher, F. (2004). Growth of unidirectional molecular rows of cysteine on Au(110)-(1x2) driven by adsorbate-induced surface rearrangements. Physical Review Letters, 93(8), 086101. doi:10.1103/PhysRevLett.93.086101
Kühnle, A., Molina, L. M., Linderoth, T. R., Hammer, B., and Besenbacher, F. (2004). Growth of unidirectional molecular rows of cysteine on Au(110)-(1x2) driven by adsorbate-induced surface rearrangements. Physical Review Letters 93:086101.
Kühnle, A., et al., 2004. Growth of unidirectional molecular rows of cysteine on Au(110)-(1x2) driven by adsorbate-induced surface rearrangements. Physical Review Letters, 93(8): 086101.
A. Kühnle, et al., “Growth of unidirectional molecular rows of cysteine on Au(110)-(1x2) driven by adsorbate-induced surface rearrangements”, Physical Review Letters, vol. 93, 2004, : 086101.
Kühnle, A., Molina, L.M., Linderoth, T.R., Hammer, B., Besenbacher, F.: Growth of unidirectional molecular rows of cysteine on Au(110)-(1x2) driven by adsorbate-induced surface rearrangements. Physical Review Letters. 93, : 086101 (2004).
Kühnle, Angelika, Molina, L. M., Linderoth, Trolle R., Hammer, Bjoerk, and Besenbacher, Flemming. “Growth of unidirectional molecular rows of cysteine on Au(110)-(1x2) driven by adsorbate-induced surface rearrangements”. Physical Review Letters 93.8 (2004): 086101.
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