Christopher Bronner
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Aligning the band gap of graphene nanoribbons by monomer doping
C Bronner, S Stremlau, M Gille, F Brauße, A Haase, S Hecht, P Tegeder
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 (16), 4422-4425, 2013
2132013
Topological Band Engineering of Graphene Nanoribbons
DJ Rizzo, G Veber, T Cao, C Bronner, T Chen, F Zhao, H Rodriguez, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.06470, 2018
1752018
Site-Specific Substitutional Boron Doping of Semiconducting Armchair Graphene Nanoribbons
RR Cloke, T Marangoni, GD Nguyen, T Joshi, DJ Rizzo, C Bronner, T Cao, ...
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137, 8872, 2015
1692015
Bottom-Up Synthesis of N = 13 Sulfur-Doped Graphene Nanoribbons
GD Nguyen, FM Toma, T Cao, Z Pedramrazi, C Chen, DJ Rizzo, T Joshi, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (5), 2684-2687, 2016
1012016
Quantitative Prediction of Molecular Adsorption: Structure and Binding of Benzene on Coinage Metals
W Liu, F Maaß, M Willenbockel, C Bronner, M Schulze, S Soubatch, ...
Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 036104, 2015
882015
Tracking and Removing Br during the On-Surface Synthesis of a Graphene Nanoribbon
C Bronner, J Björk, P Tegeder
J. Phys. Chem. C 119, 486, 2015
572015
Azobenzene versus 3, 3′, 5, 5′-tetra-tert-butyl-azobenzene (TBA) at Au (111): Characterizing the role of spacer groups
ER McNellis, C Bronner, J Meyer, M Weinelt, P Tegeder, K Reuter
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 12 (24), 6404-6412, 2010
542010
Ultrafast Exciton Population, Relaxation, and Decay Dynamics in Thin Oligothiophene Films
E Varene, L Bogner, C Bronner, P Tegeder
Physical review letters 109 (20), 207601, 2012
482012
Switching ability of nitro-spiropyran on Au (111): electronic structure changes as a sensitive probe during a ring-opening reaction
C Bronner, G Schulze, KJ Franke, JI Pascual, P Tegeder
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 23 (48), 484005, 2011
472011
Electronic structure of a subnanometer wide bottom-up fabricated graphene nanoribbon: end states, band gap, and dispersion
C Bronner, F Leyssner, S Stremlau, M Utecht, P Saalfrank, T Klamroth, ...
Physical Review B 86 (8), 085444, 2012
442012
Hierarchical On-Surface Synthesis of Graphene Nanoribbon Heterojunctions
C Bronner, RA Durr, DJ Rizzo, YL Lee, T Marangoni, AM Kalayjian, ...
ACS nano 12 (3), 2193-2200, 2018
422018
The influence of the electronic structure of adsorbate–substrate complexes on photoisomerization ability
C Bronner, M Schulze, S Hagen, P Tegeder
New Journal of Physics 14 (4), 043023, 2012
392012
Photoisomerization of an Azobenzene on the Bi (111) Surface
C Bronner, B Priewisch, K Rück-Braun, P Tegeder
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (51), 27031-27038, 2013
322013
Photo-induced and thermal reactions in thin films of an azobenzene derivative on Bi (111)
C Bronner, P Tegeder
New Journal of Physics 16 (5), 053004, 2014
222014
Iodine versus Bromine Functionalization for Bottom-Up Graphene Nanoribbon Growth: Role of Diffusion
C Bronner, T Marangoni, DJ Rizzo, RA Durr, JH Jørgensen, FR Fischer, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (34), 18490-18495, 2017
212017
Electronic structure changes during the surface-assisted formation of a graphene nanoribbon
C Bronner, M Utecht, A Haase, P Saalfrank, T Klamroth, P Tegeder
The Journal of chemical physics 140 (2), 024701, 2014
212014
Concentration Dependence of Dopant Electronic Structure in Bottom-Up Graphene Nanoribbons
Z Pedramrazi, C Chen, F Zhao, T Cao, GD Nguyen, A Omrani, HZ Tsai, ...
Nano letters, 2018
142018
Excitonic States in Narrow Armchair Graphene Nanoribbons on Gold Surfaces
C Bronner, D Gerbert, A Broska, P Tegeder
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2016
112016
Coverage-Driven Dissociation of Azobenzene on Cu(111): A Route Towards Defined Surface Functionalization
M Willenbockel, R Maurer, C Bronner, M Schulze, B Stadtmüller, ...
Chem. Commun. 51, 15324, 2015
112015
Unoccupied electronic band structure of the semi-metallic Bi (111) surface probed with two-photon photoemission
C Bronner, P Tegeder
Physical Review B 87 (3), 035123, 2013
102013
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