3D

Samples of 3D nanostructures

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SINGLE MOLECULES

Fullerene C60. Normal vibrational modes.
Fullerene. Normal vibrational modes.
(~500 Kb)
Rubrene. Normal vibrational modes.
Rubrene. Normal vibrational modes
(~700 Kb)
Rubrene. Wave functions/orbitals.
Rubrene. Wave functions/orbitals
(~460 Kb)


TMSA molecule. Orbitals.
TMSA molecule.Orbitals
(~110 Kb)
 


FULLERENE DERIVATIVES & NANOTUBES

Structure of PCBM.
Structure of PCBM.
Structure of PCBM derivative (ADS64BFA).
Structure of PCBM derivative (ADS64BFA).
Single-wall Carbon Nanotube (5;3)
structure of SWNT (5;3)

Structure of AFNP.
Structure of AFNP.

Structure of C60-4BA.
Structure of C60-4BA.


CRYSTALS


Structure of acene crystals. Pentacene.
Pentacene crystal structure
(~17 Kb)

Structure of rubrene crystal.
Rubrene crystal structure
(~40 Kb)


SELF-ASSEMLED MONOLAYERS


TMSA monolayer on Au substrate.
TMSA monolayer on Au substrate.
(~112 Kb)

Dielectric monolayer on Au substrate.
Dielectric monolayer on Au substrate.
(~100 Kb)
Dielectric monolayer on Au substrate.
Dielectric monolayer with pentacene Au substrate.
(~110 Kb)






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