Scattering&Spectroscopy
Universität Wien

Selforganization and Molecular Nanorods

Functionalized molecules tend to self-organize into new morphologies and interesting nanostructures.

8-(N-Methyl-FulleroPyrrolidinium-1-yl-chloride)--3,6-Dioxaoctan-1-Ammonium-Chloride

Selforganized rods of MFPDAC
1. M. A. Reed, J. Chen, A. M. Rawlett, D. W. Price, and J. M. Tour, Appl. Phys. Lett. 78, 3735 (2001).
2. V. Georgakilas, F. Pellarini, M. Prato, D.M. Guldi, M. Melle-Franco and F. Zerbetto, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 99, 5075 (2002).

Thermal Stripping of Supramolecular Structures: C60 Nanorods


C60 Nanorods for molecular electronics ?!
1. Mannsberger et al., J. Nanosc. and Nanotechn. 5, 1 (2004)