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Result of the Month (ROM) April 2024

Highly Entangled Polyradical Nanographene With Coexisting Strong Correlation And Topological Frustration 


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Newsflyer Winter 2023

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Result of the Month (ROM), April 2024

"Highly Entangled Polyradical Nanographene With Coexisting Strong Correlation And Topological Frustration "

Open-shell nanographenes exhibit unconventional π-magnetism arising from topological frustration or strong electron–electron interaction. However, conventional design approaches are typically limited to a single magnetic origin, which can restrict the number of correlated spins or the type of magnetic ordering in open-shell nanographenes. Here we present a design strategy that combines topological frustration and electron–electron interactions to fabricate a large fully fused ‘butterfly’-shaped tetraradical nanographene on Au(111). We employ bond-resolved scanning tunnelling microscopy and spin-excitation spectroscopy to resolve the molecular backbone and reveal the strongly correlated open-shell character, respectively. This nanographene contains four unpaired electrons with both ferromagnetic and anti-ferromagnetic interactions, harbouring a many-body singlet ground state and strong multi-spin entanglement, which is well described by many-body calculations. Furthermore, we study the magnetic properties and spin states in the nanographene using a nickelocene magnetic probe. The ability to imprint and characterize many-body strongly correlated spins in polyradical nanographenes paves the way for future advancements in quantum information technologies.  

Scienta Omicron Newsflyer Winter 2023

Welcome to the Scienta Omicron Winter Newsflyer!

We are thrilled to bring you the latest highlights and breakthroughs in the realm of scientific innovation. In this edition of the Scienta Omicron Winter Newsflyer, join us on a journey through the fascinating discoveries, cutting-edge technologies, and collaborative efforts that define the spirit of exploration in the scientific community.

From groundbreaking research to advancements in our instrumentation, this newsletter encapsulates the essence of our commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible. As we delve into the cold season, we invite you to warm your curiosity with the exciting stories and developments that unfold within these pages.

Latest News

News PEAK-1.5 Now Available for Download!

We're thrilled to announce that PEAK-1.5 is now ready for download at the Scienta Omicron Customer Portal. Here's a quick overview of the new features you can expect with this release:

  • New Sequence Control for easier setup of measurements
  • A fresh Sequence View with Spectrum Region Summaries for better control during measurement
  • Introduction of Continuous Pass Energies for optimisation of instrument resolution and data recording efficiency (requires a new software license)
  • Introduction of a Detector Overexposure Monitor to protect the MCP/CMOS detector from intensity overload

Sample Manipulators

Open and Closed Cycle Sample Manipulators

When aiming at high experimental energy resolution for ARPES measurement, it is crucial to achieve ultra-low sample temperatures to quench thermal broadening. This is possible with state-of-the-art cryo manipulators reaching sample temperatures from < 3.5 K and featuring up to 6 fully motorized axes for a large range of movements. The manipulators are available as open and closed cycle. Open cycle manipulators reach lower temperature specifications and are rapidly cooled down from room temperature to 10 K in 15 min. The low He consumption below 1 l/h at ultimate temperature and the possibility to operate with liquid nitrogen at higher temperatures ensure a low operating cost. Closed cycle manipulators have no He consumption providing unlimited holding time.

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PEAK Slit Control

Optimal analyser settings with remote control

In photoelectron spectroscopy measurements, there is always a trade-off between signal intensity and resolution. Optimising this balance is the key to obtaining smooth and sharp spectra within the shortest time possible. For hemispherical analysers, this trade-off is controlled by the selected entrance slit and pass energy.
PEAK Slit Control replaces manual slit changes at the analyser with a motorised and software-controlled slit. With the control of all analyser settings, easy and quick optimisation of signal intensity versus resolution is possible.

About Us 

Scienta Omicron is a leading innovator in Surface Science and Nanotechnology. At our technology centres in Uppsala, Sweden and Taunusstein, Germany we develop and produce high-tech instruments. Our instruments support top researchers globally and are serviced by our four regional hubs in USA, China, Japan and Germany.

We provide state of the art instruments in Electron Spectroscopy, Scanning Probe Microscopy and Thin Film Deposition. Focusing on the race for new unique materials and solutions, in areas like – smarter batteries, next generation electronics, quantum technologies, solar energy, intelligent sensors and advanced materials, Scienta Omicron enables development of tomorrow´s materials.

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Since 1983 the combined companies, including Scienta Omicron and Scienta Envinet (former Scienta Sensor Systems and Envinet GmbH respectively) that make up the Scienta Scientific Group have been leading the development of ultra high vacuum research and analysis equipment in the fields of Surface Science, Material Physics, UHV technology and Radiation Detection, resulting in scientific breakthroughs, Nobel Prizes and outstanding industrial equipment.