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  1. Preparation of a Key Tetraene Precursor for the Synthesis of Long Acenes
  2. Impact of the reaction pathway on the final product in on-surface synthesis
  3. Measurement and Control of the Charge Occupation of Single Adsorbed Molecules Levels by STM and Nc-AFM
  4. Self-decoupled tetrapodal perylene molecules for luminescence studies of isolated emitters on Au(111)
  5. On‐Surface Synthesis
  6. A Practical General Method for the Preparation of Long Acenes
  7. Observation of electron two-dimensional standing-wave patterns at the surface of an insulating layer by scanning tunneling microscopy
  8. Molecular Resonance Imaging and Manipulation of Hexabenzocoronene on NaCl(001) and KBr(001) on Ag(111)
  9. Interaction between perylene-derivated molecules observed by low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy
  10. Unimolecular Logic Gate with Classical Input by Single Gold Atoms
  11. Three-dimensional hydrogen bonding between Landers and planar molecules facilitated by electrostatic interactions with Ni adatoms
  12. Covalent Functionalization by Cycloaddition Reactions of Pristine Defect-Free Graphene
  13. Bicomponent Supramolecular Architectures at the Vacuum–Solid Interface
  14. Construction of 2D nanoporous networks by coupling on-surface dynamic imine chemistry and dipole-stabilized self-assembly
  15. Diacetylene polymerization on a bulk insulator surface
  16. Generic nature of long-range repulsion mechanism on a bulk insulator?
  17. Simple and economic elaboration of high purity CaCO3 particles for bone graft applications using a spray pyrolysis technique
  18. nc-AFM Imaging and Manipulation of a Triphenylene Derivative on KBr(001)
  19. Tetracene Formation by On-Surface Reduction
  20. Functional Molecules for Grafting onto Ionic Surfaces
  21. Maleimides Designed for Self-Assembly and Reactivity on Graphene
  22. Crystal structure of 3-ethynylbenzoic acid
  23. STM Studies of Self-Assembled Tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) Derivatives on Graphene: Influence of the Mode of Deposition
  24. Oxidative cyclodehydrogenation of a perylene derivative: different reagents give different products
  25. Design and synthesis of aromatic molecules for probing electric fields at the nanoscale
  26. Single-molecule light emission at room temperature on a wide-band-gap semiconductor
  27. Templatgesteuerte Photoreaktion von C60auf Calcit
  28. Substrate Templating Guides the Photoinduced Reaction of C60on Calcite
  29. ChemInform Abstract: cis,cis,cis,cis-1,2,3,4,5-Pentakis(hydroxymethyl)cyclopentane.
  30. Manipulating the Conformation of Single Organometallic Chains on Au(111)
  31. Bicomponent hydrogen-bonded nanostructures formed by two complementary molecular Landers on Au(111)
  32. Controlled Activation of Substrate Templating in Molecular Self-Assembly by Deprotonation
  33. cis,cis,cis,cis-1,2,3,4,5-Pentakis(hydroxymethyl)cyclopentane
  34. Sequential and Site-Specific On-Surface Synthesis on a Bulk Insulator
  35. STM imaging, spectroscopy and manipulation of a self-assembled PTCDI monolayer on epitaxial graphene
  36. From zero to two dimensions: supramolecular nanostructures formed from perylene-3,4,9,10-tetracarboxylic diimide (PTCDI) and Ni on the Au(111) surface through the interplay between hydrogen-bonding and electrostatic metal-organic interactions
  37. Methylterrylene isomers
  38. Bond-Order Discrimination by Atomic Force Microscopy
  39. Direct Visualization of Molecule Deprotonation on an Insulating Surface
  40. An NC-AFM and KPFM study of the adsorption of a triphenylene derivative on KBr(001)
  41. Large organic molecule chemisorption on the SiC(0001) surface
  42. The paradox of an insulating contact between a chemisorbed molecule and a wide band gap semiconductor surface
  43. On-Surface Covalent Linking of Organic Building Blocks on a Bulk Insulator
  44. NC-AFM Study of the Adsorption of Hexamethoxytriphenylene on KBr(001)
  45. Adsorption of organic molecules on the TiO2(011) surface: STM study
  46. Covalent networks through on-surface chemistry in ultra-high vacuum: state-of-the-art and recent developments
  47. Supramolecular Architectures on Surfaces Formed through Hydrogen Bonding Optimized in Three Dimensions
  48. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of “Molecular Landers”
  49. Self-assembly of hydrogen-bonded chains of molecular landers
  50. STM and DFT Investigations of Isolated Porphyrin on a Silicon-Based Semiconductor at Room Temperature
  51. Adsorption of Large Organic Molecules on Clean and Hydroxylated Rutile TiO2(110) Surfaces
  52. Properties of Penta- tert -butylcorannulene Molecules Inserted in Phthalocyanine Networks Studied by Low-Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
  53. Internal Architecture and Adsorption Sites of Violet Lander Molecules Assembled on Native and KBr-Passivated InSb(001) Surfaces
  54. Synthesis of a porphyrin with allyl tethers for grafting on diamond
  55. Step-by-step rotation of a molecule-gear mounted on an atomic-scale axis
  56. STM images of a large organic molecule adsorbed on a bare metal substrate or on a thin insulating layer: Visualization of HOMO and LUMO
  57. Cyclodehydrogenation of hetero-oligophenylenes
  58. Non-Covalent Interactions in Supramolecular Assemblies Investigated with Electron Spectroscopies
  59. Conformational dependence of tag induced intramolecular STM contrast in hexaphenylbenzene molecules
  60. Self-Assembly of Fivefold-Symmetric Molecules on a Threefold-Symmetric Surface
  61. STM manipulation of molecular moulds on metal surfaces
  62. Synthesis of Two Complementary Molecular Moulds
  63. ChemInform Abstract: On-Surface Covalent Coupling in Ultrahigh Vacuum
  64. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy Studies of Individual Lander Molecules Anchored on a Copper Oxide Nanotemplate
  65. Kovalente Kupplung auf Oberflächen im Ultrahochvakuum
  66. On-Surface Covalent Coupling in Ultrahigh Vacuum
  67. Bicomponent Supramolecular Packing in Flexible Phthalocyanine Networks
  68. Bicomponent Supramolecular Packing in Flexible Phthalocyanine Networks
  69. Tunneling spectroscopy of lander molecules on coinage metal surfaces
  70. 2-methylterrylene in hexadecane: Do we see single rotational quantum jumps of methyl groups?
  71. A local view on hyperconjugation
  72. Spectroscopic Fingerprints of Amine and Imide Functional Groups in Self-Assembled Monolayers
  73. Molecular Aggregation within Self-Ordered Monolayers
  74. Synthesis of a 2D Lander
  75. A rack-and-pinion device at the molecular scale
  76. Self-Assembly of Heterogeneous Supramolecular Structures with Uniaxial Anisotropy
  77. Exploring the Interatomic Forces between Tip and Single Molecules during STM Manipulation
  78. Molecular Self-Assembly of Jointed Molecules on a Metallic Substrate: From Single Molecule to Monolayer
  79. Interaction of a long molecular wire with a nanostructured surface: Violet Landers on Cu(211)
  80. Chiral Close-Packing of Achiral Star-Shaped Molecules on Solid Surfaces
  81. Trapping and moving metal atoms with a six-leg molecule
  82. Conformations and controlled manipulation of a long molecular wire on Cu(111)
  83. Scanning tunneling microscopy experiments on single molecular landers
  84. Controlling the Electronic Interaction between a Molecular Wire and Its Atomic Scale Contacting Pad
  85. Tailoring molecular self-organization by chemical synthesis: Hexaphenylbenzene, hexa- peri -hexabenzocoronene, and derivatives on Cu (111)
  86. Selective internal manipulation of a single molecule by scanning tunneling microscopy
  87. Contacting a single molecular wire by STM manipulation
  88. Molecules on Insulating Films: Scanning-Tunneling Microscopy Imaging of Individual Molecular Orbitals
  89. Recording the intramolecular deformation of a 4-legs molecule during its STM manipulation on a Cu(211) surface
  90. Distance Dependence of the Electronic Contact of a Molecular Wire
  91. Scattering of Surface State Electrons at Large Organic Molecules
  93. One-Dimensional Assembly and Selective Orientation of Lander Molecules on an O–Cu Template
  94. Controlled manipulation of a single molecular wire along a copper atomic nanostructure
  95. Cu-TBPP and PTCDA molecules on insulating surfaces studied by ultra-high-vacuum non-contact AFM
  96. Nanostructuring Cu Surfaces Using Custom-Designed Molecular Molds
  97. Molecular Landers as Probes for Molecular Device-Metal Surface Interactions
  98. Syntheses of Hexabenzocoronene Derivatives.
  99. Probing the Different Stages in Contacting a Single Molecular Wire
  100. Properties of large organic molecules on metal surfaces
  101. Lander on Cu(211) – selective adsorption and surface restructuring by a molecular wire
  102. Syntheses of HexabenzocoroneneDerivatives
  103. Dibenzo[a:c](dipyrido[2,3-h:2′,3′-j])phenazine (dbdpzH2) mono and dinuclear cyclometallated ruthenium complexes
  104. Synthesis of Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons with a Central Rotor
  105. Adsorption behavior of Lander molecules on Cu(110) studied by scanning tunneling microscopy
  106. Deformation of a 3.7-nm long molecular wire at a metallic step edge
  107. Conformations of a molecular wire adsorbed on a metal surface
  108. Organic Molecules Acting as Templates on Metal Surfaces
  109. Conformations of a long molecular wire with legs on a Cu(100) surface
  110. Recording Intramolecular Mechanics during the Manipulation of a Large Molecule
  111. (Bipyridine)(terpyridine)(4-iodophenylcyanamide)ruthenium(II) complex: crystallography, electronic absorption spectroscopy, cyclic voltammetry and EPR measurements
  112. A mechanical approach to the dissipation process in NC-AFM: experiments, model and simulation
  113. Conformational Changes of Single Molecules Induced by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Manipulation: A Route to Molecular Switching
  114. Low temperature manipulation of big molecules in constant height mode
  115. Spatially Resolved Tunneling along a Molecular Wire
  116. Photophysics of Dinuclear Ru(II) and Os(II) Complexes Based on the Tetrapyrido[3,2- a :2‘,3‘- c :3‘ ‘,2‘ ‘- h :2‘ ‘‘-3‘ ‘‘- j ]phenazine (tpphz) Bridging Ligand
  117. Synthesis, Mass Spectrometry, and Spectroscopic Properties of a Dinuclear Ruthenium Complex Comprising a 20 Å Long Fully Aromatic Bridging Ligand
  118. Synthesis of “Molecular Landers”
  119. Mononuclear and Binuclear Tetrapyrido[2,3-a:3‘,2‘-c:2‘‘,3‘‘-h:3‘‘‘,2‘‘‘-j]phenazine (tphz) Ruthenium Complexes
  120. Tetranuclear Tetrapyrido[3,2-a:2‘,3‘-c:3‘‘,2‘‘-h:2‘‘‘,3‘‘‘-j]phenazineruthenium Complex:  Synthesis, Wide-Angle X-ray Scattering, and Photophysical Studies
  121. Molecular Landers
  122. Observation of supramolecular π–π dimerization of a dinuclear ruthenium complex by 1H NMR and ESMS
  123. Topological Effects on Intramolecular Electron Transfer via Quantum Interference
  124. One-Step Syntheses of Tetrapyrido[2,3-a:3',2'-c:2'',3''-h:3'', 2'' '-j] Phenazine and Dibenzo[a:c](Dipyrido[2,3-h:2',3'-j]) Phenazine
  125. Synthesis of Conjugated Ladder Oligomers
  126. Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Pentaammineruthenium(II) Complexes of 1-(4-Cyanophenyl)imidazole
  127. Mononuclear and Binuclear Tetrapyrido[3,2- a :2‘,3‘- c :3‘‘,2‘‘- h :2‘‘‘,3‘‘‘- j ]phenazine (tpphz) Ruthenium and Osmium Complexes
  128. Electron Transfer through Norbornadiene and Quadricyclane Moieties as a Model for Molecular Switching
  129. 1-Amino-2-nitro-4,5-bis(p-toluenesulfonamido)benzene
  130. Chemistry of Iron with Dipicolinic Acid. 4. Mixed-Ligand Complexes of Iron(III) and Related Compounds
  131. Chemistry of Iron with Dipicolinic Acid. 3. Heptacoordinated Iron in [(dipicH)2FeII(OH2)] and [(dipic)2FeII2(OH2)6].cntdot.2dipicH2
  132. Chemistry of Iron with Dipicolinic Acid. 2. Bridging Role of Carboxylate Groups in Solid State Structures
  133. Chemistry of Iron with Dipicolinic Acid. 1. Mononuclear Complexes of Iron(II) or Iron(III)
  134. Hybridization effects on the spectra and structure of solvatochromic copper(II) chelates containing β-diones and nitrogenous bases
  135. First Example of a Mixed Valence MnIIIMnIIMnIII Schiff-Base Polymeric Complex having a Trimeric Repeat Unit. Crystal Structure of [Mn3(HL)2(acetato)2(5-Cl-salicylato)2]n
  136. Stepwise syntheses of mono- and di-nuclear ruthenium tpphz complexes [(bpy)2Ru(tpphz)]2–and [(bpy)2Ru(tpphz)Ru(bpy)2]4+{tpphz = tetrapyrido[3,2-a: 2′,3′-c: 3″,2″-h: 2″,3‴-j]phenazine}
  137. Synthesis, characterisation and crystal structure of molybdenum and molybdenum–copper hydroxy-rich Schiff-base complexes
  138. Synthesis and Characterization of Oxomolybdate-Copper(II) Cluster Containing Coordinatively Bound Schiff-Base Molecules
  139. Bicyclo[2.2.1]hepta-2,5-diene-2,3-dicarboxamide, C9H10N2O2
  140. 3,3'-Dimethyl-4,4'-bipyridine and 5,5'-dimethyl-4,4'-bipyrimidine
  141. Twisted internal charge transfer (TICT) effect in bis(4-cyanophenyl)piperazine, a pseudo-dimer of dimethylaminobenzonitrile: a comparative study
  142. The synthesis of phosphine derivatives of [Fe4N(CO)12]−: Crystal structures of [Fe4N(CO)9(NO)(PPh3)2], [HFe4N (CO)11)PPh3)] and [(PPh3)2N][Fe4N(CO)11(PMe2Ph)]
  143. Structure of (E,E)-1,4-bis(4-pyridyl)-1,3-butadiene methanol solvate
  144. Phosphine substituted derivatives of [Fe5C(CO)15]; crystal structure of [Fe5C(CO)12(PMe2Ph)3]
  145. Towards molecular switching: Photophysical properties of N,N′-bis(4-cyanophenyl)piperazine, a bridging TICT molecule
  146. Carbonyl nitrosyl clusters. Syntheses and structures of [Fe5C(CO)13(NO)]-, [Fe6C(CO)13(NO)2]2-, and [Fe3(CO)8(NO)(NH)]-
  147. Synthesis and polymerisation of bis(η-styrene)molybdenum and related studies: crystal structures of Mo(η-C6H5CH2CHCH2)2 and [Mo(η-C6H5SiMe2H)2]BF4
  148. Synthesis and X-ray analysis of a phosphidoiron cluster [{Fe3(CO)10}P{Fe(CO)4}]−
  149. Electrochemistry and X-ray structures of the isoelectronic clusters [Fe5C(CO)15], [N(PPh3)2][Fe5N(CO)14] and [NBu4]2[Fe5C(CO)14]
  150. Syntheses and X-ray structures of two nitrosyliron clusters [(Ph3P)2N] [Fe6C(CO)15NO] and (Fe6C(CO)11(NO)4]. First example of a carbonyl-nitrosyl cluster with four no ligands
  151. Synthesis, crystal structures and some reactions of zero-valent tris[bis-1,2-(dimethylphosphino)ethane] derivatives of chromium, molybdenum, tungsten, vanadium, niobium and tantalum
  152. Structure of η3-allyl[1,2-bis(dimethylphosphino)ethane]-η6-toluenetungsten hexafluorophosphate, [W(C3H5)(C7H8)(C6H16P2)]PF6
  153. Structure of (η7-cycloheptatrienyl)diiodo(tetrahydrofuran)molybdenum
  154. The structures of mono- and bis-arene tungsten derivatives: (I) bis(η6-toluene)tungsten, (II) hydridobis(η6-toluene)tungsten hexafluorophosphate, (III) hydridobis(η6-monofluorobenzene)tungsten hexafluorophosphate, (IV) dichlorohydrido(η6-toluene)bis(tr...
  155. The structures of bis[η5-(1-cyclopentadienyl-2-iodoethane)]diiodomolybdenum and bis[η5-(2-cyclopentadienylethyl)]molybdenum
  156. Synthesis and X-ray crystal structure of the ring-functionalised bis-η-cyclopentadienylmolybdenum compound [Mo(η-C5H4CH2CH2I)2I2] and of [Mo(η-C5H4CH2CH<...
  157. Synthesis of zerovalent tris[bis(1,2-(dimethylphosphino)ethane] compounds of chromium, molybdenum, tungsten, vanadium, niobium and tantalum using the metal vapours
  158. Etude des défauts d'empilement dans un cristal moléculaire [V(C6H5CN)2Cl3O]
  159. Etude cristallographique du bis(benzonitrile)trichlorooxovanadium(V)
  160. Etude cristallographique du (benzonitrile)trichlorooxovanadium(V) et du trichlorooxo(phénylacétonitrile)vanadium(V)