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Title Small organic molecules on surfaces : fundamentals and applications / Helmut Sitter, Claudia Draxl, Michael Ramsey, editors.
Imprint Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2013.

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Series Springer Series in Materials Science ; v. 173
Springer series in materials science ; v. 173.
Subject Electronic polymers.
Organic electronics -- Materials.
Alt Name Sitter, Helmut, 1951-
Draxl, Claudia.
Ramsey, Michael (Michael G.)
Description 1 online resource (327 pages).
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Summary This book deals with basic aspects of polymer electronics and optoelectronics. There is an enormous world-wide effort both in basic scientific research as well as in industrial development in the area of organic electronics. It is becoming increasingly clear that, if devices based on organic materials are ever going to have a significant relevance beyond being a cheap replacement for inorganic semiconductors, there will be a need to understand interface formation, film growth and functionality.
Contents Part I. Theory. The Structure of Molecular Orbitals Investigated by Angle-Resolved Photoemission / Peter Puschnig, Georg Koller, Claudia Draxl, Michael G. Ramsey -- Part II. Growth Model and Interfaces. Pre-nucleation and Growth of Self-assembling Organic Molecule Crystals / Alexander J. Fleming, Michael G. Ramsey -- Organic-Organic Heteroepitaxy--The Method of Choice to Tune Optical Emission of Organic Nano-fibers? / Clemens Simbrunner, Gerardo Hernandez-Sosa, Martin Oehzelt, Roland Resel -- Ehrlich-Schwoebel Barriers and Island Nucleation in Organic Thin-Film Growth / Christian Teichert, Gregor Hlawacek, Adolf Winkler, Peter Puschnig, Claudia Draxl -- In-situ Observation of Organic Thin Film Growth on Graphene / Gregor Hlawacek, Fawad S. Khokhar, Raoul van Gastel, Harold J.W. Zandvliet -- Tuning Organic Electronics via Photoreactive Thin Organic Films / Matthias Edler, Thomas Griesser, Gregor Trimmel, Wolfgang Kern -- Part III. Electrical Properties. Effective Medium Approximation Theory Description of Charge-Carrier Transport in Organic Field-Effect Transistors / Ivan I. Fishchuk, Andrey Kadashchuk -- Charge Transport in Organic Diodes and OFETs: A Comparison / Mujeeb Ullah, Almantas Pivrikas, N. Sedar Sariciftci, Helmut Sitter -- Part IV. Optical Properties. Excited-State Dynamics and Laser Action in Epitaxial Organic Nanofibers / Francesco Quochi, Michele Saba, Andrea Mura, Giovanni Bongiovanni -- In-situ, Real-Time Investigation of Organic Thin Film Growth Using Reflectance Difference Spectroscopy / Lidong Sun, Peter Zeppenfeld -- Part V. Devices. Dipole-Controlled Energy Level Alignment at Dielectric Interfaces in Organic Field-Effect Transistors / Philipp Stadler, Anna M. Track, Georg Koller, N. Serdar Sariciftci, Michael G. Ramsey -- Natural Materials for Organic Electronics / Mihai Irimia-Vladu, Eric D. Gowacki, N. Serdar Sariciftci, Siegfried Bauer.
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Theory -- 1. Structure of Molecular Orbitals Investigated by Angle-Resolved Photoemission / Michael G. Ramsey -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Theory -- 1.2.1. One-Step Model of Photoemission -- 1.3. Photoemission Experiments -- 1.4. Results -- 1.4.1. Determination of Molecular Orientations -- 1.4.2. Identification of Molecular Orbitals -- 1.4.3. Reconstruction of Molecular Orbitals in Real Space -- 1.5. Conclusion -- References -- pt. II Growth Model and Interfaces -- 2. Pre-nucleation and Growth of Self-assembling Organic Molecule Crystals / M.G. Ramsey -- 2.1. Experimental Methodology -- 2.2. PEEM Photoemission Intensity Time Plots -- 2.3. Nucleation Mechanism of 6P on Cu (110) 2 x 1 -- O -- 2.4. Nucleation Mechanism of 6P on Cu (110) -- 2.5. 6P Condensation at Steps During Pre-nucleation Deposition Period for 6P on Cu (110) -- 2.6. Spontaneous Dewetting During Post-nucleation Deposition Period -- 2.7. PEEM Measurement of Diffusion Anisotropy -- 2.8. Direct Evidence of the Formation of (20-3) Critical Nuclei on Cu (110) -- 2.9. Nucleation Densities of (20-3) Critical Nuclei on Cu (110) and Cu (110) 2 x 1 -- O -- 2.10. Conclusions -- References -- 3. Organic-Organic Heteroepitaxy-The Method of Choice to Tune Optical Emission of Organic Nano-fibers/ Helmut Sitter -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Sheet Silicate Substrates -- 3.2.1. Dioctahedral Phyllosilicates (Muscovite Mica, Pyrophyllite) -- 3.2.2. Trioctahedral Phyllosilicates (Phlogopite Mica, Talc) -- 3.2.3. Freshly Cleaved Mica Surfaces -- 3.3. Epitaxial Growth of Rod-Like Molecules on Sheet Silicates -- 3.3.1. Para-Hexaphenyl -- 3.3.2. Sexithiophene -- 3.3.3. Growth Model of Rod-Like Molecules on Sheet Silicates -- 3.4. Organic Hetero-epitaxy of Nano-fibers -- 3.5. Summary -- References -- 4. Ehrlich-Schwoebel Barriers and Island Nucleation in Organic Thin-Film Growth / Claudia Draxl -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Experimental -- 4.3. Step-Edge Barriers in Organic Thin-Film Growth -- 4.3.1. Formation of Terraced Growth Mounds -- 4.3.2. Level-Dependent Ehrlich-Schwoebel Barriers -- 4.4. Island Nucleation in Organic Thin-Film Growth -- 4.4.1. Atomistic Nucleation Theory and Desorption Rate Dependence of Film Formation -- 4.4.2. Scaling Theories for the Island-Size Distribution and the Capture-Zone Distribution -- 4.4.3. Discussion of the Critical Island Size and Molecular Orientation -- 4.5. Summary and Outlook -- References -- 5. In-situ Observation of Organic Thin Film Growth on Graphene / Christian Teichert -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Experimental -- 5.2.1. Low Energy Electron Microscopy -- 5.2.2. Metal Supported Graphene -- 5.2.3. Para-Sexiphenyl -- 5.3. Graphene -- 5.3.1. Layer-by-Layer Growth -- 5.3.2. Structure of the Thicker Layer -- 5.3.3. Stranski-Krastanov Growth -- 5.4. Iridium{111} -- 5.4.1. Island Growth -- 5.4.2. Step Flow Growth -- 5.5. Summary -- References -- 6. Tuning Organic Electronics via Photoreactive Thin Organic Films / Wolfgang Kern -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Examples of Photoreactions -- 6.2.1. Photo-Fries Rearrangement of Aromatic Esters and Amides -- 6.2.2. Photoreaction of ortho-Nitrobenzyl Ester -- 6.3. Tuning of Material Parameters -- 6.3.1. Refractive Index Changes Induced by the Photo-Fries Rearrangement and Related Photoreactions -- 6.3.2. Tuning the Chemical Reactivity -- 6.4. Influence on Epitaxial Growth of Small Molecules -- 6.5. Applications of Photoreactive Polymer Layers in Organic Electronics -- 6.5.1. Tuning the Characteristics of Organic Thin-Film Transistors (OTFTs) -- 6.5.2. Application of Photoreactive Polymeric Layers in OLEDs -- 6.6. Photoreactive Self-assembled Monolayers -- 6.7. Summary -- References -- pt. III Electrical Properties -- 7. Effective Medium Approximation Theory Description of Charge-Carrier Transport in Organic Field-Effect Transistors / Andrey Kadashchuk -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. EMA Approach to Hopping Charge Transport at Large Charge-Carrier Concentrations -- 7.2.1. General EMA Theory Formulation -- 7.2.2. Spatial Energy Correlations -- 7.3. Calculations of the Charge-Carrier Concentration and the Electric-Field Dependences of the Charge Mobility -- 7.3.1. Dependence of the Charge Mobility on Carrier Concentration -- 7.3.2. Dependence of the Charge-Carrier Mobility on Electric Field -- 7.3.3. Concept of Strong Local Fields in Inhomogeneous Materials -- 7.4. Calculations of Temperature Dependence of the Charge-Carrier Mobility: Influence of Carrier Concentration and Electric Field -- 7.4.1. Influence of the Carrier Concentration on μ(T) in Zero Electric-Field Limit (Meyer-Neldel Compensation Rule) -- 7.4.2. Influence of the Electric Field on μ(T) -- 7.5. Influence of Electric Field on Meyer-Neldel Temperature and the Influence of Charge Carrier Concentration on Gill Temperature -- 7.6. Concluding Remarks on the Comparison of Different Models for the MNR in OFETs -- References -- 8. Charge Transport in Organic Diodes and OFETs: A Comparison / H. Sitter -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Experimental Details and Sample Configuration -- 8.3. Evaluation of Charge Carrier Mobility -- 8.3.1. Charge Carrier Mobility Measurements by Charge Extraction by Linearly Increasing Voltage -- 8.3.2. Charge Carrier Mobility Measurements by Organic Field-Effect Transistor -- 8.4. Type of Mobile Charge Carriers in C60 films -- 8.5. Charge Carrier Concentration Dependence of Electron Mobility -- 8.6. Electric Field Dependence of Electron Mobility -- 8.7. Temperature Dependence of Charge Carrier Mobility -- 8.7.1. Meyer-Neldel Rule -- 8.7.2. Gill's Law -- 8.7.3. Electric Field and Carrier Concentration Dependence of Meyer-Neldel Energy and Gill Energy, Respectively -- 8.8. Grain Size Dependence of Charge Carrier Mobility and Meyer-Neldel Energy -- 8.9. Conclusion -- References -- pt. IV Optical Properties -- 9. Excited-State Dynamics and Laser Action in Epitaxial Organic Nanofibers / Giovanni Bongiovanni -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Excited-State Dynamics and Random Lasing of Organic Media -- 9.3. Growth and Characterization of p-6P Epitaxial Nanofibers -- 9.3.1. Fluorescence Microscopy -- 9.3.2. Atomic-Force Microscopy -- 9.4. Excited-State Dynamics of p-6P Epitaxial Nanofibers -- 9.4.1. Transient Fluorescence Spectroscopy -- 9.4.2. Transient Absorption Spectroscopy -- 9.5. Optical Amplification and Laser Action in p-6P Epitaxial Nanofibers -- 9.5.1. Coherent Random Lasing vs. Amplified Spontaneous Emission -- 9.5.2. Monomolecular Lasing -- 9.5.3. Microscopic Origin of Random Lasing -- 9.5.4. Guided Amplification of Spontaneous Emission -- 9.6. Photonic Sensing Using p-6P Epitaxial Nanofibers -- 9.7. Sexiphenyl-Sexithiophene Heteroepitaxial Nanofibers -- 9.8. Conclusion -- References -- 10. In-situ, Real-Time Investigation of Organic Thin Film Growth Using Reflectance Difference Spectroscopy / Peter Zeppenfeld -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. Reflectance Difference Spectroscopy (RDS)/Reflectance Anisotropy Spectroscopy (RAS) -- 10.3. Results and Discussion -- 10.3.1. Organic-Inorganic Heteroepitaxy -- 10.3.2. Organic-Organic Heteroepitaxy on Metal Surface -- 10.4. Conclusions and Future Perspectives -- References -- pt. V Devices -- 11. Dipole-Controlled Energy Level Alignment at Dielectric Interfaces in Organic Field-Effect Transistors / Michael G.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
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