2011 journal article

Standing Up versus Looping Over: Controlling the Geometry of Self-Assembled Monolayers of α,ω-Diynes on Gold

Langmuir, 27(10), 6069–6075.

By: Y. Kim n & C. Gorman n

Contributors: Y. Kim n & C. Gorman n

TL;DR: It is shown that self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) composed of α,ω-diynes on gold have different structures depending on the concentration of molecules used to make the SAM, which offers a less densely packed and thus somewhat accessible surface that may be useful when the underlying surface is used as an electrode. (via Semantic Scholar)
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