Interface controlled organic thin films
- Dordrecht ; London : Springer Verlag 2009.
- Physical description
- xi, 230 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
- Springer proceedings in physics ; v. 129.
- Rubahn, H.-G. (Horst-Günter)
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- From the contents Nonlinear Properties of Organic Thin Films.- Femto-snom Spectroscopy on Organic Thin Films.- Organic Field Effect Transistors.- Electronic Defect Creation During Growth of Thin Films of Organic Molecules.- Experimental Determination of Energy Levels at Interfaces.- STM/STS Studies of Organic Molecules on Inorganic Substrates.- Controlling the Early Stages of Pentacene Growth by Supersonic Molecular Beam Deposition.- Thin Film Processes in Organic Electronics.- Organic-Based Sensors.- Thermal Desorption of Organic Materials -- Is There a Wetting Layer?
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- Publisher's Summary
- Organic semiconductors are a central topic of advanced materials research. This book is aiming at bridging the gap between the development and production of devices and basic research on thin film characterisation using cutting-edge techniques in surface and interface science. Topics involve organic molecular-based sensors; interfaces in organic diodes and transistors; mobility in organic field effect transistors and space charge problems; integration of optoelectronic nanostructures; nonlinear optical properties of organic nanostructures; the wetting layer problem; how to get from functionalized molecules to nanoaggregates; optical, electrical and mechanical properties of organic nanofibers as well as near field investigations of organic thin films.
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- Organic thin films.
- Publication date
- Horst-Günter Rubahn ... [et al.], eds.
- Springer proceedings in physics ; 129