Langmuir Films of Anthracene Derivatives on Liquid Mercury II: Asymmetric Molecules

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Langmuir Films of Anthracene Derivatives on Liquid Mercury II: Asymmetric Molecules

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Title: Langmuir Films of Anthracene Derivatives on Liquid Mercury II: Asymmetric Molecules
Author: Tamam, L.; Kraack, H.; Sloutskin, E.; Ocko, B. M.; Pershan, Peter S.; Ofer, E.; Deutsch, M.

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Citation: Tamam, L., H. Kraack, E. Slotskin, B. M. Ocko, Peter S. Pershan, E. Ofer, and M. Deutsch. 2007. Langmuir films of anthracene derivatives on liquid mercury II: Asymmetric molecules. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111(6): 2580-2587.
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Abstract: The structure and phase sequence of liquid-mercury-supported Langmuir films (LFs) of anthrone and anthralin were studied by surface tensiometry and surface-specific synchrotron X-ray diffraction. In the low-coverage phase the molecules are both side-lying, rather than the flat-lying orientation found for anthracene and anthraquinone. In the high-coverage phase, the molecules are either standing up (anthrone) or remain side-lying (anthralin) on the mercury surface. In contrast with the symmetric anthracene and anthraquinone, both high-coverage phases exhibit long-range in-plane order. The order is different for the two compounds. The structural details, the role of molecular symmetry, the oxygen side groups, and the asymmetry-induced dipole moments are discussed.
Published Version: doi:10.1021/jp063937g
Other Sources: http://www.liquids.deas.harvard.edu/peter/2007.pdf/Anthracenes_JPCC_II.pdf
Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:4726296

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