The coadsorption of metals and molecular icosahedra on Cu(100)
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We have studied the coadsorption of two quite different metals with thin films of the molecular icosahedron orthocarborane (C2B10H12). The monovalent metal Na forms a bulk metal-icosahedral complex, while the divalent metal Hg does not intermix with the orthocarborane and instead forms islands at the orthocarborane-copper interface. This behavior is reminiscent of metal doping of fullerides. © 1995.
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McIlroy, D. N., Jiandi Zhang, P. A. Dowben, P. Xu, and D. Heskett. "The coadsorption of metals and molecular icosahedra on Cu(100)." Surface Science 328, 1-2 (1995): 47-57. doi: 10.1016/0039-6028(95)00040-2.