Microscopic visualization of porous nanographenes synthesized through a combination of solution and on-surfacechemistry

2021
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dc.abstract.enOn-surface synthesis has recently been regarded as a promising approach for the generation of new molecular structures. It has been particularly successful in the synthesis of graphene nanoribbons, nanographenes and intrinsically reactive and instable, yet attractive species. It is based on the combination of solution chemistry aimed at preparation of appropriate molecular precursors for further ultra-high vacuum surface assisted transformations. This approach also owes its success to an incredible development of characterization techniques, such as scanning tunneling/atomic force microscopy and related methods, which allow detailed, local characterization at atomic scale. While the surface-assisted synthesis can provide molecular nanostructures with outstanding precision, down to single atoms, it suffers from basing on metallic surfaces and often limited yield. Therefore, the extension of the approach away from metals and the struggle to increase productivity seem to be significant challenges toward wider applications. Herein, we demonstrate the on-surface synthesis approach for generation of non-planar nanographenes, which are synthesized through a combination of solution chemistry and sequential surface-assisted processes, together with the detailed characterization by scanning probe microscopy methods.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Fizyki, Astronomii i Informatyki Stosowanej : Instytut Fizyki im. Mariana Smoluchowskiegopl
dc.contributor.authorZuzak, Rafał - 200435 pl
dc.contributor.authorPozo, Iagopl
dc.contributor.authorEngelund, Madspl
dc.contributor.authorVilas-Varela, Manuelpl
dc.contributor.authorAlonso, José M.pl
dc.contributor.authorGuitián, Enriquepl
dc.contributor.authorPérez, Dolorespl
dc.contributor.authorPeña, Diegopl
dc.contributor.authorGodlewski, Szymon - 140233 pl
dc.date.accessioned2021-08-11T11:43:35Z
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dc.identifier.doi10.3791/62122pl
dc.identifier.eissn1940-087Xpl
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dc.subject.enon-surface synthesispl
dc.subject.enscanning tunneling microscopypl
dc.subject.enatomic force microscopypl
dc.subject.ennanographenespl
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dc.titleMicroscopic visualization of porous nanographenes synthesized through a combination of solution and on-surfacechemistrypl
dc.title.journalJournal of Visualized Experimentspl
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On-surface synthesis has recently been regarded as a promising approach for the generation of new molecular structures. It has been particularly successful in the synthesis of graphene nanoribbons, nanographenes and intrinsically reactive and instable, yet attractive species. It is based on the combination of solution chemistry aimed at preparation of appropriate molecular precursors for further ultra-high vacuum surface assisted transformations. This approach also owes its success to an incredible development of characterization techniques, such as scanning tunneling/atomic force microscopy and related methods, which allow detailed, local characterization at atomic scale. While the surface-assisted synthesis can provide molecular nanostructures with outstanding precision, down to single atoms, it suffers from basing on metallic surfaces and often limited yield. Therefore, the extension of the approach away from metals and the struggle to increase productivity seem to be significant challenges toward wider applications. Herein, we demonstrate the on-surface synthesis approach for generation of non-planar nanographenes, which are synthesized through a combination of solution chemistry and sequential surface-assisted processes, together with the detailed characterization by scanning probe microscopy methods.
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Wydział Fizyki, Astronomii i Informatyki Stosowanej : Instytut Fizyki im. Mariana Smoluchowskiego
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Zuzak, Rafał - 200435
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Pozo, Iago
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Engelund, Mads
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Vilas-Varela, Manuel
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Alonso, José M.
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Guitián, Enrique
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Pérez, Dolores
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Peña, Diego
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Godlewski, Szymon - 140233
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2021-08-11T11:43:35Z
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2021-08-11T11:43:35Z
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2021
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on-surface synthesis
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scanning tunneling microscopy
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atomic force microscopy
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nanographenes
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Microscopic visualization of porous nanographenes synthesized through a combination of solution and on-surfacechemistry
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Journal of Visualized Experiments
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