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Scanning Tunnelling Microscope image of Quinacridone molecules adsorbed on a Graphite surface. The organic semiconductor molecules self-assembled into nano-chains via Hydrogen-bonds. Nanowire width: 1.6 nm. Image processing Software: SPIP; 3D enhancement was applied.

Date 062007
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Author Frank Trixler; adapted from LMU/CeNS: Organic Semiconductor Nanostructures
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