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A Supramolecular Hydrogen-bonded Network As A Diffusion Barrier For Metal Adatoms.
C. Silien, Minna T. Räisänen, M. Buck
Published 2009 · Medicine, Chemistry
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Confined in a molecular corral: A supramolecular network changes the mechanism by which underpotential deposition (UPD) of copper proceeds on a gold electrode modified by a self-assembled monolayer (SAM). Lateral diffusion of Cu adatoms is suppressed between adjacent cells of a network/SAM hybrid structure. Instead, UPD occurs by direct deposition into the SAM filled pores of the network, where the Cu adatoms are confined.
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