Bonding Motifs in Metal-Organic Compounds on Surfaces

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Bonding Motifs in Metal-Organic Compounds on Surfaces. / Queck, Fabian; Krejčí, Ondrej; Scheuerer, Philipp; Bolland, Felix; Otyepka, Michal; Jelínek, Pavel; Repp, Jascha.

In: Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 140, 40, 17.09.2018, p. 12884−12889.

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Queck, F, Krejčí, O, Scheuerer, P, Bolland, F, Otyepka, M, Jelínek, P & Repp, J 2018, 'Bonding Motifs in Metal-Organic Compounds on Surfaces' Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 140, 40, pp. 12884−12889. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.8b06765

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Queck, F., Krejčí, O., Scheuerer, P., Bolland, F., Otyepka, M., Jelínek, P., & Repp, J. (2018). Bonding Motifs in Metal-Organic Compounds on Surfaces. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 140, 12884−12889. [40]. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.8b06765

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Queck F, Krejčí O, Scheuerer P, Bolland F, Otyepka M, Jelínek P et al. Bonding Motifs in Metal-Organic Compounds on Surfaces. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2018 Sep 17;140:12884−12889. 40. https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.8b06765

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Queck, Fabian ; Krejčí, Ondrej ; Scheuerer, Philipp ; Bolland, Felix ; Otyepka, Michal ; Jelínek, Pavel ; Repp, Jascha. / Bonding Motifs in Metal-Organic Compounds on Surfaces. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2018 ; Vol. 140. pp. 12884−12889.

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abstract = "The bonds in metal organic networks on surfaces govern the resulting geometry as well as the electronic properties. Here, we study the nature of these bonds by forming phenazine-copper complexes on a copper surface by means of atomic manipulation. The structures are characterized by a combination of scanning probe microscopy and density functional theory calculations. We observed an increase of the molecule-substrate distance upon covalent bond formation and an out-of-plane geometry that is in direct contradiction with the common expectation that these networks are steered by coordination bonds. Instead, we find that a complex energy balance of hybridization with the substrate, inhomogeneous Pauli repulsion, and elastic deformation drives the phenazine-copper interaction. Most remarkably, this attractive interaction is not driven by electron acceptor properties of copper but is of completely different donation/back-donation mechanism between molecular π-like orbitals and sp-like metal states. Our findings show that the nature of bonds between constituents adsorbed on surfaces does not have to follow the common categories.",
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