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Engineering porous and compact two-dimensional nanoarchitectures on surfaces taking advantage of bisterpyridine-derivatives self-assembly

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The self-assembly of two bis-terpyridine derivatives is experimentally investigated at the nanometer scale. Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) reveals that two-dimensional compact and porous nanoarchitectures can be engineered by changing the length of terpyridine spacer; i.e. a benzene ring or a quaterthiophene (4T) unit. In both cases the molecular nanoarchitecture appears to be stabilized by double hydrogen-bonds between molecular terpyridine groups. The STM images suggest however that terpyridine groups adopt different conformations, s-cis and s-trans as well as s-trans and s-trans conformations, in the two self-assembled organic layers.
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cea-01349731 , version 1 (28-07-2016)

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Fabien Silly, Yann Kervella, Bruno Jousselme. Engineering porous and compact two-dimensional nanoarchitectures on surfaces taking advantage of bisterpyridine-derivatives self-assembly. RSC Advances, 2015, 5, pp.101740. ⟨10.1039/c5ra22117j⟩. ⟨cea-01349731⟩
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