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Temperature-Triggered Self-Assembled Structural Transformation: From Pure Hydrogen-Bonding Quadrilateral Nanonetwork to Trihexagonal Structures.

Zhang, Si-Qi; Cheng, Lin-Xiu; Gong, Zhong-Liang; Duan, Wu-Biao; Tu, Bin; Zhong, Yu-Wu; Zeng, Qing-Dao.
Langmuir; 35(20): 6571-6577, 2019 May 21.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31002519
Adequate control over the structures of molecular building blocks plays an important role in the fabrication of desired supramolecular nanostructures at interfaces. In this study, the formation of a pure hydrogen-bonding co-assembly supramolecular nanonetwork on a highly oriented pyrolytic graphite surface was demonstrated by means of a scanning tunneling microscope. The thermal annealing process was conducted to monitor the temperature-triggered structural transformation of the self-assembled nanonetwork. On the basis of the single-molecule-level resolution scanning tunneling microscopy images, together with the density functional theory calculations, the formation mechanisms of the formed nanoarrays were proposed. The results have great significance with regard to controlled construction of complex nanostructures on the surface.
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