Patterning a hydrogen-bonded molecular monolayer with a hand-controlled scanning probe microscope

Matthew F. B. Green, Taner Esat, Christian Wagner, Philipp Leinen, Alexander Grötsch, F. Stefan Tautz and Ruslan Temirov

Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 1926–1932. doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.203

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The paper is accompanied by a ZIP archive containing the following files: The file “Manipulation-sequence.avi” contains the sequence of intermediate images recorded during the manipulation, the final result of which is shown in Figure 4. The file “3Dmovie.avi” contains an animation exhibiting the 3-D model of the recorded manipulation trajectories shown in Figure 3 (for details cf. the caption of Figure 3). The file “3Dmodel.html” contains an interactive 3-D model of the recorded manipulation trajectories. To be viewed it must be placed in the same directory as the file “CanvasMatrix.js” (included in the ZIP archive) and opened with a browser. Use the mouse to rotate or zoom the field of view of the 3-D model.

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