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Kevin S. Schneider, Thomas M. Owens, Daniel R. Fosnacht, Bradford G. Orr and Mark M. Banaszak Holl The Case of the Disappearing Monolayer: Alkylsilane Monolayer Formation, Oxidation, and Subsequent Transparency to Scanning Tunneling Microscopy ChemPhysChem 4

Article first published online: 7 OCT 2003 | DOI: 10.1002/cphc.200300851

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An invisible monolayer? Oxidation of an octylsilane monolayer (see graphic) chemisorbed onto Au(111) yields two surprising results. The 23×equation image Au surface reconstruction typical of a clean gold surface forms underneath the siloxane monolayer. In addition, the physisorbed alkylsiloxane monolayer is transparent to scanning tunneling microscopy imaging.

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