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32 Newest Publications about the topic scanning probe microscopes

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Optical Modulation of Molecular Conductance

09-Jun-2011 | Shreya Battacharyya; Ashley Kibel; Gerdenis Kodis; Paul A. Liddell; Miguel Gervaldo; Devens Gust; Stuart Lindsay, Nano Letters, 2011

A novel scanning probe microscope stage permits break junction measurements of single molecule conductance while the molecules are illuminated with visible light. We studied a porphyrin-fullerene dyad molecule designed to form a charge separated state on illumination. A significant fraction of ...

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Three‐dimensional diffraction mapping by tuning the X‐ray energy

01-May-2011 | T. W. Cornelius; D. Carbone; V. L. R. Jacques; T. U. Schülli; T. H. Metzger, Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 2011

Three‐dimensional reciprocal‐space maps of a single SiGe island around the Si(004) Bragg peak are recorded using an energy‐tuning technique with a microfocused X‐ray beam with compound refractive lenses as focusing optics. The map is in agreement with simulated data as well as with a map ...

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Self-Aligned Nucleation of Gold onto Templates with a Nano-scale Precision Fabricated by Scanning Probe Lithography

26-Feb-2011 | Hiroyuki, Sugimura , Masao, Kanda , Takashi, Ichii , Kuniaki, Murase, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 2011

Nanostructures consisting of concentric Au circles with a nm-scale line thickness have been fabricated on silicon (Si) substrates based on electroless plating and by the use of scanning probe microscope as a lithographic tool. First, a micro-template was fabricated on a hexadecyl self-assembled ...

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Facile and scalable synthesis of a highly hydroxylated water-soluble fullerenol as a single nanoparticle

23-Dec-2010 | Ken Kokubo, Shogo Shirakawa, Naoki Kobayashi, Hisae Aoshima, Takumi Oshima, Nano Research, 2010

A water-soluble polyhydroxylated fullerene, i.e. a fullerenol, with 44 hydroxyl groups and 8 secondary bound water molecules, C60(OH)44·8H2O (estimated average structure), has been synthesized in a facile one step reaction from pristine C60 by hydroxylation with hydrogen peroxide in the presence ...

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Local Electrochemical Functionality in Energy Storage Materials and Devices by Scanning Probe Microscopies: Status and Perspectives

15-Sep-2010 | Kalinin, Sergei V.; Balke, Nina, Advanced Materials, 2010

Energy storage and conversion systems are an integral component of emerging green technologies, including mobile electronic devices, automotive, and storage components of solar and wind energy economics. Despite the rapidly expanding manufacturing capabilities and wealth of phenomenological ...

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Cutting of Oxidized Graphene into Nanosized Pieces

21-Jul-2010 | Shintaro Fujii; Toshiaki Enoki, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2010

We report a simple approach to producing nanosized graphene on the basis of chemical oxidation of a graphene sheet followed by cutting of the sheet using a scanning probe microscopic (SPM) manipulation technique. The structural and electronic properties of the oxidized sheet are characterized by ...

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Nanostructures produced by SPM voltage ramping in metal oxide films

01-Jun-2010 | Bukauskas, V.; Mironas, A.; Šetkus, A.; Strazdienė, V., Surface and Interface Analysis, 2010

In metal oxide film-based nanosystems, the changes were produced and investigated by a scanning probe microscope (SPM). It is demonstrated that nanograins can be formed on the surfaces of ultrathin films (4 ÷ 10 nm) based on tin and indium oxides by the SPM electrical mode if the SPM tip is kept ...

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Fabrication of complex three-dimensional nanostructures using focused ion beam and nanomanipulation

10-May-2010 | Jangbae Jeon, Herman Carlo Floresca, and M. J. Kim, Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, 2010

In this article, the authors present a fabrication/assembly method that grants the ability to create complex three-dimensional (3D) nanostructures. This method uses a combination of micro- and nanomachining capabilities with a focused ion beam (FIB) and six degrees of freedom (DOFs) 3D ...

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Soluble poly (aryl ether)s containing naphthalene pendant group: synthesis, characterization and electrospinning

30-Apr-2010 | Xiaoyan Zhao, Chenyi Wang, Kai Zhang, Zhe Zhou, Meifang Zhu, Colloid & Polymer Science, 2010

Two soluble poly(aryl ether)s were prepared conveniently from bis(4-hydroxy-3,5-dimethylphenyl)naphthylmethane (1) and two activated dihalide monomers including 4,4′-difluorobenzophenone and bis(4-chlorophenyl)sulfone by an aromatic nucleophilic substitution. The bulky naphthyl and tetramethyl ...

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The use of scanning probe microscope with a diamond tip as a nanotechnological tool

04-Jan-2010 | O. G. Lysenko, Journal of Superhard Materials, 2010

Experimental results of the use of a scanning probe microscope having a nanometric resolution in surface machining have been considered. Specific features of the device are a tip of boron-doped diamond single crystal and electromagnetic system of measuring a nanointeraction between the tip and ...

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