Tuning in to a single molecule: vibrational spectroscopy with atomic resolution

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Abstract

It has recently been shown that the scanning tunneling microscope
can be used to obtain the vibrational spectrum of a single molecule
on a surface. The ability to obtain both spatial and precise energetic
information with angstrom-scale resolution should lead to an enhancement
in our ability to understand and engineer surfaces at the atomic
level.

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  • scanning tunneling microscopy
  • single molecules
  • vibrational spectra

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  • Bc Stipe

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