Scanning Tunnelling Hydrogen Microscopy
Hydrogen sharpens microscopic images of single molecules, making them resemble structural formulae as shown in chemistry textbooks. We first reported this effect in 2008  and termed it “Scanning Tunnelling Hydrogen Microscopy”, or STHM in short. Since then, we have studied the mechanism of STHM in detail. The results of these experiments were reported in 2010 in Refs.  and . Easy-to-understand accounts of STHM have appeared in Physik in unserer Zeit  (in German) and in Imaging& Microscopy  (in English).
Reports about STHM have been published, among others, in Chemistry World , Nature Nanotechnology , Nature Physics  and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. If you are interested in applying STHM in your own research, please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
 Temirov, R.; Soubatch, S.; Neucheva, O.; Lassise, A. C.*; Tautz, F. S.
A novel method achieving ultra-high geometrical resolution in scanning tunnelling microscopy
New Journal of Physics, 10 (2008), 053012
 Weiss, C.; Wagner, C.; Kleimann, C.; Rohlfing, M.*; Tautz, F. S.; Temirov, R.
Imaging Pauli Repulsion in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Physical Review Letters, 105 (2010) 8, 086103
 Weiss, C.; Wagner, C.; Temirov, R.; Tautz, F. S.
Direct Imaging of Intermolecular Bonds in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 132 (2010) 34, 11864 – 11865
 Temirov, R.; Tautz, F. S.
Blick ins Molekül
Physik in unserer Zeit, 41 (2010) 6, 266 – 267
 Weiss, C.; Temirov, R.; Wagner, C., Tautz, F.S.
Looking Inside Molecules- Imaging with Scanning Tunneling Hydrogen Microscopy,
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