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Epitaxial growth of C<sub>60</sub> on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite surfaces studied at low temperatures

Epitaxial growth of C60 on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite surfaces studied at low temperatures

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SEYDEL, Elisabeth, Regina HOFFMANN-VOGEL, Michael MARZ, 2019. Epitaxial growth of C60 on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite surfaces studied at low temperatures. In: Nanotechnology. 30(2), 025703. ISSN 0957-4484. eISSN 1361-6528. Available under: doi: 10.1088/1361-6528/aae7ed

@article{Seydel2019-01-11Epita-45280, title={Epitaxial growth of C60 on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite surfaces studied at low temperatures}, year={2019}, doi={10.1088/1361-6528/aae7ed}, number={2}, volume={30}, issn={0957-4484}, journal={Nanotechnology}, author={Seydel, Elisabeth and Hoffmann-Vogel, Regina and Marz, Michael}, note={Article Number: 025703} }

Marz, Michael Marz, Michael Seydel, Elisabeth Epitaxial growth of C<sub>60</sub> on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite surfaces studied at low temperatures Graphite surfaces interact weakly with molecules compared to other conducting surfaces, bringing the molecule–molecule interaction to the foreground. C<sub>60</sub> on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite is a model system for studying the molecular self-assembly on surfaces. Our scanning tunneling microscopy measurements at liquid nitrogen temperatures confirm the previously observed island growth mode. Our results indicate that there is an epitaxial relationship of the molecular islands and the substrate with three possible orientations of the islands. For one of these orientations, we determine this epitaxial relationship by analyzing in detail an image taken across a C<sub>60</sub> island step edge. In this image we have obtained high-resolution on both the molecular island and the substrate. The result of this analysis is confirmed by two-dimensional Fourier analysis. 2019-03-04T09:54:57Z 2019-03-04T09:54:57Z Seydel, Elisabeth 2019-01-11 Hoffmann-Vogel, Regina Hoffmann-Vogel, Regina eng

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