Controlled manipulation of the Co-Alq

Dalton transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003) (2016-11-05)
Nicolas Großmann, Andrea Magri, Martin Laux, Benjamin Stadtmüller, Philip Thielen, Bernhard Schäfer, Olaf Fuhr, Mario Ruben, Mirko Cinchetti, Martin Aeschlimann

Recently, research has revealed that molecules can be used to steer the local spin properties of ferromagnetic surfaces. One possibility to manipulate ferromagnetic-metal-molecule interfaces in a controlled way is to synthesize specific, non-magnetic molecules to obtain a desired interaction with the ferromagnetic substrate. Here, we have synthesized derivatives of the well-known semiconductor Alq

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2-Bromopyridine, 99%

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