Direct quantitative measurement of the C=O center dot center dot center dot H-C bond by atomic force microscopy

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Direct quantitative measurement of the C=O center dot center dot center dot H-C bond by atomic force microscopy. / Kawai, Shigeki; Nishiuchi, Tomohiko; Kodama, Takuya; Spijker, Peter; Pawlak, Remy; Meier, Tobias; Tracey, John; Kubo, Takashi; Meyer, Ernst; Foster, Adam S.

julkaisussa: Science Advances, Vuosikerta 3, Nro 5, 1603258, 05.2017, s. 1-6.

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Kawai, S, Nishiuchi, T, Kodama, T, Spijker, P, Pawlak, R, Meier, T, Tracey, J, Kubo, T, Meyer, E & Foster, AS 2017, 'Direct quantitative measurement of the C=O center dot center dot center dot H-C bond by atomic force microscopy' Science Advances, Vuosikerta. 3, Nro 5, 1603258, Sivut 1-6. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.1603258

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Kawai, Shigeki ; Nishiuchi, Tomohiko ; Kodama, Takuya ; Spijker, Peter ; Pawlak, Remy ; Meier, Tobias ; Tracey, John ; Kubo, Takashi ; Meyer, Ernst ; Foster, Adam S. / Direct quantitative measurement of the C=O center dot center dot center dot H-C bond by atomic force microscopy. Julkaisussa: Science Advances. 2017 ; Vuosikerta 3, Nro 5. Sivut 1-6.

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abstract = "The hydrogen atom-the smallest and most abundant atom-is of utmost importance in physics and chemistry. Although many analysis methods have been applied to its study, direct observation of hydrogen atoms in a single molecule remains largely unexplored. We use atomic force microscopy (AFM) to resolve the outermost hydrogen atoms of propellane molecules via very weak C=O center dot center dot center dot H-C hydrogen bonding just before the onset of Pauli repulsion. The direct measurement of the interaction with a hydrogen atom paves the way for the identification of three-dimensional molecules such as DNAs and polymers, building the capabilities of AFMtoward quantitative probing of local chemical reactivity.",
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