Willi Auwärter spends much of his time researching Scanning tunneling microscope, Molecule, Crystallography, Monolayer and Borazine. His research on Scanning tunneling microscope concerns the broader Nanotechnology. His work in Molecule addresses issues such as Nanostructure, which are connected to fields such as Tetradentate ligand and Electron transfer.
His work investigates the relationship between Crystallography and topics such as Adsorption that intersect with problems in Cluster, Excited state and Computational chemistry. In Monolayer, Willi Auwärter works on issues like Boron nitride, which are connected to Hexagonal boron nitride, Nickel, Transition metal and Substrate. His Borazine study incorporates themes from Inorganic chemistry and Rhodium.
Willi Auwärter mainly investigates Scanning tunneling microscope, Crystallography, Molecule, Porphyrin and Nanotechnology. His Scanning tunneling microscope study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Supramolecular chemistry, Chemical physics, Monolayer, Self-assembly and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His work in the fields of Crystallography, such as Bond length, intersects with other areas such as Lanthanide, Substrate Interaction and Linker.
In his research, Graphene nanoribbons is intimately related to Covalent bond, which falls under the overarching field of Molecule. He combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry, Metalation, Metal and Catalysis with his study of Porphyrin. His work deals with themes such as Optoelectronics and Coordination complex, which intersect with Nanotechnology.
His primary areas of investigation include Scanning tunneling microscope, Monolayer, Scanning probe microscopy, Hydroxamic acid and Graphene. His studies in Scanning tunneling microscope integrate themes in fields like Supramolecular chemistry, Photochemistry, Crystallography and Density functional theory. His Monolayer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hexagonal boron nitride and Ruthenium.
His research in Scanning probe microscopy intersects with topics in Deposition and Boron nitride. The study incorporates disciplines such as Tetraphenylporphyrin, Porphyrin and Molecule in addition to Nonmetal. His Molecule research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Heterojunction and Nanotechnology, Nanostructure.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Porphyrin, Tetraphenylporphyrin, Graphene, Scanning probe microscopy and Molecule. His studies deal with areas such as In situ, Silicon, Inorganic chemistry, Adsorption and Metal as well as Porphyrin. He combines subjects such as Scanning tunneling microscope, Scanning tunneling spectroscopy, Main group element and Nonmetal with his study of Tetraphenylporphyrin.
His studies deal with areas such as Cycloaddition, Conjugated system, Polymer, Dehydrogenation and Boron nitride as well as Graphene. His studies in Scanning probe microscopy integrate themes in fields like Self-assembly, Monolayer and Heterojunction. He combines topics linked to Nanostructure with his work on Molecule.
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Boron nitride nanomesh.
Martina Corso;Willi Auwärter;Matthias Muntwiler;Anna Tamai.
Porphyrins at interfaces
Willi Auwärter;David Écija;Florian Klappenberger;Johannes V. Barth.
Nature Chemistry (2015)
A surface-anchored molecular four-level conductance switch based on single proton transfer
Willi Auwärter;Knud Seufert;Felix Bischoff;David Ecija.
Nature Nanotechnology (2012)
XPD and STM investigation of hexagonal boron nitride on Ni(111)
W. Auwärter;T.J. Kreutz;T. Greber;J. Osterwalder.
Surface Science (1999)
Synthesis of One Monolayer of Hexagonal Boron Nitride on Ni(111) from B-Trichloroborazine (ClBNH)3
Willi Auwärter;Hans Ulrich Suter;Hermann Sachdev;Thomas Greber.
Chemistry of Materials (2004)
Controlled metalation of self-assembled porphyrin nanoarrays in two dimensions
Willi Auwärter;Alexander Weber-Bargioni;Susan Brink;Andreas Riemann.
Boron nitride on Cu(111): an electronically corrugated monolayer.
Sushobhan Joshi;David Ecija;Ralph Koitz;Marcella Iannuzzi.
Nano Letters (2012)
The Surface Trans Effect: Influence of Axial Ligands on the Surface Chemical Bonds of Adsorbed Metalloporphyrins
Wolfgang Hieringer;Ken Flechtner;Andreas Kretschmann;Knud Seufert.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Density functional theory investigation of the geometric and spintronic structure of h -BN/Ni(111) in view of photoemission and STM experiments
G. B. Grad;P. Blaha;K. Schwarz;W. Auwärter.
Physical Review B (2003)
Chiral kagomé lattice from simple ditopic molecular bricks.
U. Schlickum;R. Decker;F. Klappenberger;G. Zoppellaro.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
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