The Interaction of Sublimed Iminodiacetic Acid with a Cu{110} Surface

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Iminodiacetic acid (IMDA), NH(CH2CO2H)2, whose molecular structure is shown in figure 1, is a small molecule but has a very large scope for interacting with copper due to its two carboxylic acid and imine functionalities, which have been shown to bind strongly to copper [1,2,3]. The electronegative oxygen and nitrogen atoms present also make this a good candidate for hydrogen bonding, which often leads to very stable ordered two dimensional (2D) structures being formed across surfaces.

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Solid State Phenomena (Volumes 145-146)

Edited by:

Paul Mertens, Marc Meuris and Marc Heyns

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335-338

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/SSP.145-146.335

Citation:

D.W. Tee et al., "The Interaction of Sublimed Iminodiacetic Acid with a Cu{110} Surface", Solid State Phenomena, Vols. 145-146, pp. 335-338, 2009

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January 2009

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