Langmuir Films of Anthracene Derivatives on Liquid Mercury I: Symmetric Molecules
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Ocko, B. M.
Deutsch, M.Note: Order does not necessarily reflect citation order of authors.
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CitationTamam, 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 I: Symmetric molecules. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111(6): 2573-2579.
AbstractThe structure and phase sequence of liquid-mercury-supported Langmuir films (LFs) of two symmetric acenes, anthracene and anthraquinone, were studied by surface tensiometry and X-ray diffraction. At low coverage, both form a monolayer of surface-parallel, flat-lying, molecules. At high coverage, we find a monolayer of side-lying molecules, where the molecular plane is surface-normal, and the molecular long axis is surface-parallel. None of these phases exhibit long-range in-plane order.
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