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On-surface chemistry using local high electric fields

Abstract : Dihydrotetraazapentacene (DHTAP) molecules can be dehydrogenated on the surface to form tetraazapentacene (TAP), by applying a high electric field between the tip of a scanning tunnelling microscope (STM) and a metallic substrate in the zero-current limit. The method can be applied either to single molecules or more extended layers by successively scanning a selected area using an STM tip.
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Thomas Leoni, Tony Lelaidier, Anthony Thomas, Alain Ranguis, Olivier Siri, et al.. On-surface chemistry using local high electric fields. Nanoscale Advances, RSC, 2021, ⟨10.1039/d1na00383f⟩. ⟨hal-03325571⟩

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