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Pulse induced manipulation of supramolecular nanostructures

A. Nickel, R. Ohmann1, J. Meyer, M. Grisola, C. Joachim, G. Cuniberti1, F. Moresco

International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology

2012.03.20; Paris

Inspired by the ability of scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) to manipulate single molecules on the atomic scale, the idea to built nanomachines out of molecules has been emerged. The direct tip-molecule interaction or voltage pulses are used to control and power the movement of the molecules. However, until now only single molecules have been moved in a controlled way by applying voltage pulses. Moreover, the movement of larger molecules is crucially dependent on the underlying surface.




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