Probing and Modifying Surface and Interfacial Chemistry at the Nanoscale (NS+2D+AS-WeA)
Wednesday, Oct 23 2019 2:20PM, Room A222
Moderated by: Phillip First, Georgia Institute of Technology; Adina Luican-Mayer, University of Ottawa, Canada
Abstracts (Use Expand/Collapse icon in first column to see/hide details)
SchedulePaper #Invited TalkTitle
2:20 PMNS+2D+AS-WeA-1Bitumen’s Microstructures are Correlated with its Bulk Thermal and Rheological Properties
2:40 PMNS+2D+AS-WeA-2Energetics and Statistical Mechanical Analysis of Complexation on Metal Surfaces
3:00 PMNS+2D+AS-WeA-3Adding the Chemical Dimension to Lithography at All Scales: Enabling Cellular Therapies & Other Adventures in Biology and Medicine
4:20 PMNS+2D+AS-WeA-7STM Directed Synthesis of Armchair Graphene Nanoribbons and Their Oxidation
4:40 PMNS+2D+AS-WeA-8Carbon-based Two-dimensional Materials from Surface-catalyzed Reactions of Small Molecules
5:00 PMNS+2D+AS-WeA-9Bottom-up Fabrication of 2D Molecular Networks via On-surface Reactions
5:40 PMNS+2D+AS-WeA-11Determining the Jahn-Teller Stabilization Energy of Surface Vacancies on Si(111)-√3 x √3:B
6:00 PMNS+2D+AS-WeA-12Influence of the Substrate on Self-Assembly: Terphenyl Monolayers investigated by NC-AFM and FM-KPFM
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