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a) Scheme of a MoO3 nanocrystal on MoS2. The AFM tip is firmly positioned on top on the nanocrystal...
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a) Example of a nanomanipulation during which half of a nanoparticle is scan-imaged, before the tip...
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Dependence of nanoparticle shear stress on the contact area. a) Relative shear stress obtained from...
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Front perspective: a snapshot of a MD-simulated frictional interface between a colloidal monolayer ...
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a) A graphene nanoribbon manipulated along a Au(111) surface. A probing tip lifts the GNR verticall...
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Single-molecule tribology. a) Schematic drawing of the experiment: A single porphyrin molecule is a...
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Non-contact friction experiments of NbSe2. At certain voltages and distances, one finds dramaticall...
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The “Swiss Nanodragster” (SND), a 4’-(p-tolyl)-2,2’:6’,2”-terpyridine molecule, was moved across an...
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Example of a change of conformation potentially triggered at surfaces. a) Trans (1) and cis (2) iso...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 1995–2014, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.190
The two-dimensional material consisting of carbon atoms in honeycomb orientation, graphene (a), los...
AFM measurements of HOPG after hydrogen plasma exposure at 450 °C, where round-shaped blisters appe...
(a) XPS and (b) UPS spectra of the HOPG before exposure, after 30 min of exposure and after an anne...
(a) STM images of the HOPG after 5 min of hydrogen plasma exposure at 450 °C and (b) after an annea...
Top-view STM image of the surface consisting of various atomic-scale patterns where a very low defe...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2012, 3, 852–859, doi:10.3762/bjnano.3.96
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