Diverse chain foldings of a semi-conjugated polymer are examined with submolecular resolution and molecular models (see Figure) are proposed. The ordering process observed directly supports the hypothesis that the polymer would show a preference to adsorb “straight” on a nanotube surface. The results provide important reference for the interaction mode between polymers and nanotubes.
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