Langmuir Films of Polycyclic Molecules on Mercury
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Ocko, B. M.
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CitationTamam, L., H. Kraack, E. Slotskin, B. M. Ocko, Peter S. Pershan, and M. Deutsch. 2007. Langmuir films of polycyclic molecules on mercury. Thin Solid Films 515(14): 5631-5636.
AbstractLangmuir films (LFs) of biphenyl and anthracene derivatives on the surface of liquid mercury were studied by surface-specific X-ray and surface tension measurements. Phases of lying-down, side-lying and standing-up molecules were found, some of which exhibit long-range lateral order. The molecular symmetry and the position and nature of the side-, end-, and headgroups are shown to dominate the structural evolution of the LFs with surface coverage.
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