Conjugated Polymer & Molecular Interfaces by William R. Salaneck, et al.

By William R. Salaneck, et al.

Defines the state of the art in interface technological know-how for digital functions of natural fabrics. Updates knowing of the foundaiton of interfacial houses. Describes novel digital units made from conjugated polymers and natural molecular solids.

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The last section is devoted to our conclusions and perspectives. The chemical structure of all the organic compounds involved in this chapter are sketched in Figure 2. II. THEORETICAL METHODOLOGY A rigorous simulation of UPS spectra would give rise to a UPS feature for each molecular level at a binding energy corresponding to the difference between the total energy of the molecule in the neutral state and that in the singly ionized state obtained by extracting an electron from the considered level; we should also take into account the occurrence of shake-up phenomena for which the ionization process is accompanied by the photogeneration of an electron-hole pair.

From the results presented here, stacks of PAHs physisorbed on a graphite surface is 36 Stafstro¨m et al. an ideal system for such a contact. The PAHs also introduce an additional flexibility because it would be possible to vary the contact resistance by choosing PAH molecules of different sizes. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Computational resources were provided by the Swedish Council for High Performance Computing (NSC). Financial support from the Swedish Research Council for Engineering Science (TFR) and the Swedish Natural Science Research Council (NFR) is gratefully acknowledged.

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