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The scanning tunneling microscope as operative tool: doing physics and chemistry with single atoms and molecules

Rieder, Karl-Heinz ; Meyer, Gerhard ; Hla, Saw W. ; Moresco, Francesca ; Braun, Kai-Felix ; Morgenstern, Karina ; Repp, Jascha ; Fölsch, Stefan ; Bartels, Ludwig


The scanning tunnelling microscope, initially invented to image surfaces down to the atomic scale, has been further developed in the last few years to an operative tool, with which atoms and molecules can be manipulated at will at low substrate temperatures in different manners to create and investigate artificial structures, whose properties can be investigated employing spectroscopic dI/dV ...


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