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    Millipore 200 proof ethanol
    Biological characterization of muscle strips. ( A ) Longitudinal fibrin muscle strip slice (day 9). Scale bar, 500 μm. ( Inset ) Scale bar, <t>200</t> μm. ( B ) Myotubes aligned along the fibrin muscle strip perimeter. Scale bar, 200 μm. (
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    Fisher Scientific 200 proof ethanol
    Biological characterization of muscle strips. ( A ) Longitudinal fibrin muscle strip slice (day 9). Scale bar, 500 μm. ( Inset ) Scale bar, <t>200</t> μm. ( B ) Myotubes aligned along the fibrin muscle strip perimeter. Scale bar, 200 μm. (
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    Decon Laboratories 200 proof ethanol
    High resolution imaging mass spectrometry in mouse cochlear sections. Two-dimensional ion density map overlay of mass-to-charge ratios 5458 (A) , 6197 (B) , and 11356 (C) in the middle turn of control, 106 or 112 dB noise exposed, and ouabain exposed cochlea. The protein signal at m/z 5458 (A) is present in the lateral wall (LW, arrowhead) of the 112 dB ear with even higher density observed in the LW (arrowhead) of the ouabain exposed cochlea, while showing lower signal presence in the control and 106 dB middle turns. Similarly, the signal at m/z 6197 (B) displays increasing density corresponding to the severity of the cochlear insult, with localization to auditory nerve (asterisk) and Reisner's membrane (arrow). Interestingly, the m/z 11356 (C) demonstrates localization of protein signal in only the ouabain exposed ear. Images were generated at 10–15 μm spatial resolution. Scale bar: <t>200</t> μm.
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    93
    PHARMCO-AAPER 200 proof ethanol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    EM Science Inc 200 proof ethyl alcohol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Avantor 200 proof ethanol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Gold Shield Distributors 200 proof ethanol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Fisher Scientific 200 proof ethanol etoh
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Decon Laboratories koptec 200 proof ethanol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Avantor 200 proof ethanol etoh
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Avantor 200 proof anhydrous ethanol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Millipore ethanol 200 proof
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    PHARMCO-AAPER non denatured 200 proof ethanol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Millipore 200 proof anhydrous ethanol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Millipore ethanol 200 proof absolute
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Veolia Water 200 proof ethanol
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Merck & Co ethanol 200 proof
    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of <t>200</t> images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.
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    Biological characterization of muscle strips. ( A ) Longitudinal fibrin muscle strip slice (day 9). Scale bar, 500 μm. ( Inset ) Scale bar, 200 μm. ( B ) Myotubes aligned along the fibrin muscle strip perimeter. Scale bar, 200 μm. (

    Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

    Article Title: Three-dimensionally printed biological machines powered by skeletal muscle

    doi: 10.1073/pnas.1401577111

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Biological characterization of muscle strips. ( A ) Longitudinal fibrin muscle strip slice (day 9). Scale bar, 500 μm. ( Inset ) Scale bar, 200 μm. ( B ) Myotubes aligned along the fibrin muscle strip perimeter. Scale bar, 200 μm. (

    Article Snippet: For bio-bot holders, cover glass slides were first treated with 2% (vol/vol) 3-(trimethoxysilyl)propyl methacrylate (Sigma-Aldrich) in 200-proof ethanol (100% EtOH) for 5 min and then washed in 100% EtOH for 3 min, dried, and secured to the center of a 35-mm dish.

    Techniques: Stripping Membranes

    High resolution imaging mass spectrometry in mouse cochlear sections. Two-dimensional ion density map overlay of mass-to-charge ratios 5458 (A) , 6197 (B) , and 11356 (C) in the middle turn of control, 106 or 112 dB noise exposed, and ouabain exposed cochlea. The protein signal at m/z 5458 (A) is present in the lateral wall (LW, arrowhead) of the 112 dB ear with even higher density observed in the LW (arrowhead) of the ouabain exposed cochlea, while showing lower signal presence in the control and 106 dB middle turns. Similarly, the signal at m/z 6197 (B) displays increasing density corresponding to the severity of the cochlear insult, with localization to auditory nerve (asterisk) and Reisner's membrane (arrow). Interestingly, the m/z 11356 (C) demonstrates localization of protein signal in only the ouabain exposed ear. Images were generated at 10–15 μm spatial resolution. Scale bar: 200 μm.

    Journal: Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience

    Article Title: Use of Proteomic Imaging Coupled With Transcriptomic Analysis to Identify Biomolecules Responsive to Cochlear Injury

    doi: 10.3389/fnmol.2018.00243

    Figure Lengend Snippet: High resolution imaging mass spectrometry in mouse cochlear sections. Two-dimensional ion density map overlay of mass-to-charge ratios 5458 (A) , 6197 (B) , and 11356 (C) in the middle turn of control, 106 or 112 dB noise exposed, and ouabain exposed cochlea. The protein signal at m/z 5458 (A) is present in the lateral wall (LW, arrowhead) of the 112 dB ear with even higher density observed in the LW (arrowhead) of the ouabain exposed cochlea, while showing lower signal presence in the control and 106 dB middle turns. Similarly, the signal at m/z 6197 (B) displays increasing density corresponding to the severity of the cochlear insult, with localization to auditory nerve (asterisk) and Reisner's membrane (arrow). Interestingly, the m/z 11356 (C) demonstrates localization of protein signal in only the ouabain exposed ear. Images were generated at 10–15 μm spatial resolution. Scale bar: 200 μm.

    Article Snippet: Following end-point ABR measurement, mouse temporal bones were obtained and immersed immediately in a 1:3 (v:v) solution of acetic acid (Sigma Aldrich) and 200 proof ethanol (Decon Laboratories).

    Techniques: Imaging, Mass Spectrometry, Generated

    Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of 200 images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.

    Journal: ACS Nano

    Article Title: Polarizabilities of Adsorbed and Assembled Molecules: Measuring the Conductance through Buried Contacts

    doi: 10.1021/nn102371z

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Simultaneously acquired (A) topographic and (B) MDF images of a dodecanethiolate SAM with inserted nitro-functionalized OPE molecular switches. A series of 200 images was acquired (5 min/frame, 30 s between frames). (C) Areas of 120 Å × 120 Å were extracted for each inserted molecular switch in each image. The numbers for the extracted series correspond to the labels in (A) and (B). The most dynamic 19 sequential frames are shown for each: 1 frames 4−22, 2 frames 93−112, 3 frames 88−107, 4 frames 4−21, and 5 frames 133−152. Molecules that were stable (did not switch or exhibit motion) had a constant MDF profile, as shown for 1 . Molecules that switched OFF showed fluctuations in the MDF images before they switched, highlighted by yellow boxes in 2 and 3 . Note that, in 3 , the OPE molecule still appeared in the MDF images after the molecule switched OFF (highlighted by red box in 3 ). Molecules that exhibited motion within the SAM showed fluctuations in the MDF images as in 4 and 5 . Imaging conditions: V sample = −1.0 V, I tunnel = 2.0 pA, applied frequency = 2 GHz, difference frequency = 5 kHz, input power level = 10 dBm.

    Article Snippet: Materials The chemicals octanethiol, dodecanethiol, tetrahydrofuran (Sigma-Aldrich, St. Louis, MO), and 200-proof ethanol (Pharmco, Brookfield, CT) were used as received.

    Techniques: Imaging