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Communication: Site-dependent reactivity between chlorine atoms and mixed-chain-length alkanethiolate monolayers
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The chemical reaction of atomic chlorine with mixed monolayers of alkanethiolates having different chain lengths was investigated. In situ scanning tunneling microscopy was used to acquire time-lapsed series of images, allowing the measurement of the effect of monolayer structure and composition on reactivity. The rate of chemical reaction is strongly site-dependent. In particular, the boundary between two different-length alkanethiolates greatly promotes the reactivity of nearby molecules, much more so than any other native defect typical of single-component alkanethiolate monolayers.
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