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Atomic Force Microscopy Reveals Bistable Configurations of Dibenzo[a,h]thianthrene and their Interconversion Pathway

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Pavliček, Niko ; Fleury, Benoit ; Neu, Mathias ; Niedenführ, Judith ; Herranz-Lancho, Coral ; Ruben, Mario ; Repp, Jascha
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We investigated dibenzo[a,h]thianthrene molecules adsorbed on ultrathin layers of NaCl using a combined low-temperature scanning tunneling and atomic force microscope. Two stable configurations exist corresponding to different isomers of free nonplanar molecules. By means of excitations from inelastic electron tunneling we can switch between both configurations. Atomic force microscopy ...


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