Kinetics of solvent supported tubule formation of Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) wax on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) investigated by atomic force microscopy

Sujit Kumar Dora, Kerstin Koch, Wilhelm Barthlott and Klaus Wandelt

Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 468–481. https://doi.org/10.3762/bjnano.9.45

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Supporting Information File 1: Video 1.
Lotus tubule growth on HOPG from 0.8 mg/mL chloroform wax solution. Only (forward) trace images are used for making videos. Size = 1.35 × 1.35 µm, scan rate = 0.796 Hz, 512 lines/image.
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Supporting Information File 2: Video 2.
Lotus tubule growth on HOPG from 1 mg/mL chloroform wax solution. Only trace images are used for making videos. Size = 2.5 × 2.5 µm, scan rate = 0.512 Hz, 512 lines/image.
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Supporting Information File 3: Video 3.
Lotus tubule growth on HOPG from 10 mg/mL chloroform wax solution. Only trace images are used for making videos. Size = 4.9 × 4.9 µm, scan rate = 0.512 Hz, 512 lines/image.
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Supporting Information File 4: Video 4.
Lotus tubule growth on HOPG from 0.2 mg/mL chloroform wax solution. Only trace images are used for making videos. Size = 3.25 × 3.25 µm, scan rate = 0.519 Hz, 512 lines/image.
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Supporting Information File 5: Video 5.
Lotus tubule growth on HOPG from 0.8 mg/mL water saturated chloroform wax solution. Only trace images are used for making videos. Size = 3 × 3 µm, scan rate = 1.04 Hz, 512 lines/image.
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Supporting Information File 6: Video 6.
Lotus tubule growth on HOPG from 0.8 mg/mL (NH4)2SO4 salt saturated chloroform wax solution. Only trace images are used for making videos. Size = 1.2 × 1.2 µm, scan rate = 1.04 Hz, 512 lines/image.
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Supporting Information File 7: Video 7.
Lotus tubule growth on HOPG from 0.8 mg/mL (NH4)2SO4/water saturated chloroform wax solution. Only trace images are used for making videos. Size = 2.05 × 2.05 µm, scan rate = 1.04 Hz, 512 lines/image.
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