NewsArtificial intelligence helps to identify correct atomic
structures

2nd November 2020by admin0
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Functional materials are commonly employed in emerging
technologies, such as green energy solutions and new electronic
devices. These materials are typically blends of different organic
and inorganic components and have many advantageous properties for
novel applications. To achieve their full potential, we need
precise knowledge on their atomic structure. State-of-the-art
experimental tools, such as atomic force microscopy (AFM), can be
used to investigate organic molecular adsorbates on metallic
surfaces.

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