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Substrate-induced effects in thin films of a potential magnet composed of metal-free organic radicals deposited on Si(111)

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Abstract

We deposit a paramagnetic pyrene derivative of the nitronyl nitroxide radical on Si(111). The molecules experience a strong chemical interaction with the substrate that influences the film growth. We also study the time evolution of the nitronyl nitroxide radical under a micro-focused soft X-ray beam, observing a stable radical as a product. This result hints at the possibility of using this class of materials in dosimeters and sensors.

Graphical abstract: Substrate-induced effects in thin films of a potential magnet composed of metal-free organic radicals deposited on Si(111)

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Submitted
31 Jul 2014
Accepted
08 Sep 2014
First published
09 Sep 2014

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2014,50, 13510-13513
Article type
Communication

Substrate-induced effects in thin films of a potential magnet composed of metal-free organic radicals deposited on Si(111)

A. Caneschi and M. B. Casu, Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 13510
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC05990E

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