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Tip-Induced Molecule Anchoring in Ni Phthalocyanine on Au(111) Substrate
- Tip-Induced Molecule Anchoring in Ni Phthalocyanine on Au(111) Substrate
- Jeong, YC[Jeong, Yong Chan]; Song, SY[Song, Sang Yong]; Kim, Y[Kim, Youngjae]; Oh, Y[Oh, Youngtek]; Kang, J[Kang, Joongoo]; Seo, J[Seo, Jungpil]
- DGIST Authors
- Jeong, YC[Jeong, Yong Chan]; Song, SY[Song, Sang Yong]; Kim, Y[Kim, Youngjae]; Kang, J[Kang, Joongoo]; Seo, J[Seo, Jungpil]
- Issue Date
- Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119(49), 27721-27726
- Article Type
- Au (111) Substrates; Bond Strength (Chemical); Bottom Up; Density Functional Theory; Desired Position; Functional Molecules; Ligands; Molecular Machines; Molecules; Nickel; Nitrogen Compounds; Phthalocyanine Molecules; Scanning Tunneling Microscopy; Single Molecule; Tip-Induced
- Pinning single molecules at desired positions can provide opportunities to fabricate bottom-up designed molecular machines. Using the combined approach of scanning tunneling microscopy and density functional theory, we report on tip-induced anchoring of Ni-phthalocyanine molecules on an Au(111) substrate. We demonstrate that the tip-induced current leads to the dehydrogenation of a benzene-like ligand in the molecule, which subsequently creates chemical bonds between the molecule and the substrate. It is also found that the diffusivity of Ni-phthalocyanine molecules is dramatically reduced when the molecules are anchored on the Au adatoms produced by bias pulsing. The tip-induced molecular anchoring would be readily applicable to other functional molecules that contain similar ligands. © 2015 American Chemical Society.
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Seo, Jung Pil
Nanospm Lab(Quantum Physics Research Group)
Topological Matters; High Tc Superconductors; Low dimensional Quantum Matters
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