Personal tools
You are here: Home Highlights Mauro2011 Ferrocene/Cu(111) Interface
Log in


Forgot your password?
 

Ferrocene/Cu(111) Interface

— filed under:

Low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy combined with first-principles simulations reveal a nondissociative physisorption of ferrocene molecules on a Cu(111) surface, giving rise to ordered molecular layers.

Ferrocene/Cu(111) Interface Image

 

B. W. Heinrich, L. Limot, M. V. Rastei, C. Iacovita, J. P. Bucher, 

D. M. Djimbi, C. Massobrio, and M. Boero

Physical Review Letters, 107, 216801 (2011)

 

Abstract

 

Low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy combined with first-principles simulations reveal a nondissociative physisorption of ferrocene molecules on a Cu(111) surface, giving rise to ordered molecular layers. At the interface, a 2D-like electronic band is found, which shows an identical dispersion as the Cu(111) Shockley surface-state band. Subsequent deposition of Cu atoms forms charged organometallic compounds that localize interface-state electrons.

Document Actions
« April 2018 »
April
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
30