Molecular Structure Studies Of Self Assembled Monolayers Using AFM Equipment From NanoSurf

The following measurements show images taken with easyScanSTM on 2-dimensional molecular crystals of dotriacontan and octadecanol molecular layers prepared on HOPG.

Octadecanol thin films, scan size: 38 nm

Figure 1. Octadecanol thin films, scan size: 38 nm

Octadecanol, scan size: 16 nm

Figure 2. Octadecanol, scan size: 16 nm

Dotriacontan thin films, scan size: 13 nm

Figure 3. Dotriacontan thin films, scan size: 13 nm

Dotriacontan, scan size: 40 nm

Figure 4. Dotriacontan, scan size: 40 nm

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