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Probing Franck-Condon-like Excitations in Anchoring of Phthalocyanine Molecules on Au(111)
- Probing Franck-Condon-like Excitations in Anchoring of Phthalocyanine Molecules on Au(111)
- Jeong, Yong Chan; Song, Sang Yong; Kim, Hyo Won; Shin, Hyung-Joon; Kang, Joongoo; Seo, Jung Pil
- DGIST Authors
- Kang, Joongoo; Seo, Jung Pil
- Issue Date
- Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 121(32), 17402-17408
- Article Type
- Anomalous Dip; Atomic Force; Au (111); Bias Voltage; Coupling Effect; Density Functional Theory; Electronic Excitation; Franck Condon; Molecules; Nitrogen Compounds; Nuclear Motions; Phthalocyanine Molecules; Reaction Rates; Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
- The nuclear motions coupled with electronic excitations of reactants play an essential role in electron-induced chemical reactions. Here, we study the vibrational-electronic (vibronic) coupling effects in the anchoring of Ni-phthalocyanine molecules (NiPCs) on Au(111) using scanning tunneling microscopy. The anchoring occurs through the dehydrogenation of a C-H bond in NiPC by tunneling electrons. By counting the number of anchored molecules, we measure the reaction rate as a function of the bias voltage. We find an unexpected dip feature in the reaction rate near the bias voltage of 4.8 V. To understand this, we employ density functional theory calculations to study atomic force exerted on a NiPC by Franck-Condon-like excitations. We find the molecule anchoring is enhanced when the C-H bonds are stretched by the induced force, which is lacking for the bias voltage near 4.8 V and thus responsible for the anomalous dip in the reaction rate. © 2017 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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