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Molecular-scale structural distortion near vacancies in pentacene
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STM images of the (a) (001) and (b) surfaces of pentacene. A section along the highlighted line appears beneath each image.

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Molecular models of the (a) (001) and (b) surfaces of a pentacene crystal based on crystallographic data from Ref. 14 The molecules closest to a central low molecule are labeled with a star.

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(a) STM images of the (001) surface of pentacene. (b) and (c) show larger images of the areas within the solid and dashed boxes.

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(a) The distances of the molecules near vacancies from their lattice sites in the (001) surface of pentacene for four vacancies in low molecular rows and two vacancies in high molecular rows. The positions of the numbered molecules with respect to the vacancies are given in the insets. (b) The direction and magnitude of displacement of molecules near a vacancy. The circles and triangles indicate molecules in the most displaced position near vacancies in the low and high molecular basis sites, respectively.

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Abstract

Molecular vacancies form in both of the crystallographic basis sites of thin pentacene crystals. Features in scanning tunneling microscopy images of these crystals correspond to the exposed terminal atoms of molecules. The (001) and surfaces of pentacene are distinguishable, which allows for the identification of the absolute orientation of crystals and for the unambiguous assignment of the position of molecules relative to each vacancy. For vacancies in each molecular basis site of the pentacene (001) surface, the image feature associated with one molecular nearest neighbor is displaced by significantly more than other molecules.

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