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In-situ growth of gadolinium phthalocyaninato sandwich complexes on the Ag(111) surface.

Author(s) Urgel, J.I.; Ecija, D.; Vijayaraghavan, S.; Pörtner, M.; Bocquet, M.Laure; Auwärter, W.; Barth, J.V.
Journal Chemphyschem
Date Published 2019 Jun 11
Abstract

We report a low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy investigation of the in-situ growth of gadolinium phthalocyaninato complexes by co-depositing free-base phthalocyanines and gadolinium atoms on a smooth Ag(111) substrate. A careful control of the stoichiometry allows the expression of a reticular supramolecular architecture composed of irregularly distributed Gdx-1(Pc)x complexes, x=2-5, thus paving new avenues for surface-confined columnar growth.

DOI 10.1002/cphc.201900253
ISSN 1439-7641
Citation Urgel JI, Ecija D, Vijayaraghavan S, Pörtner M, Bocquet ML, Auwärter W, et al. In-situ growth of gadolinium phthalocyaninato sandwich complexes on the Ag(111) surface. Chemphyschem. 2019.

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