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Imaging the Molecular Orbitals of Pentacene 70

Posted by timothy
from the didn't-keats-write-an-ode-about-that? dept.
eparker05 writes "Researchers at University of Liverpool have used a scanning tunneling microscope to image the aromatic molecule pentacene (Abstract). Not unexpectedly, the resulting images showed an astonishingly close correlation to the theoretically predicted molecular orbitals. This incredible set of images reminds me of the group that imaged a single carbon atom in 2009."
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