Single molecules under the nano-lens
Scanning tunneling microscopy allows for deep insights into how chemical bonds of a molecule are broken or formed. Professor Katharina Franke and her colleagues have a really close look at chemical reactions of individual molecules on surfaces.
News from May 30, 2019
As a technical method, Franke's research group used a scanning tunneling microscope in ultra-high vacuum. The research results were published in the journal "ACS Nano".
- π-radical formation
- dissociation reaction
- scanning tunneling microscope