Interface Controlled Organic Thin Films by Peter Puschnig, Dmitrii Nabok, Claudia Ambrosch-Draxl

By Peter Puschnig, Dmitrii Nabok, Claudia Ambrosch-Draxl (auth.), Katharina Al-Shamery, Giles Horowitz, Helmut Sitter, Horst-Günter Rubahn (eds.)

Organic semiconductors are a principal subject of complex fabrics learn. The booklet is aiming at bridging the space among the improvement and construction of units and easy learn on skinny movie characterisation utilizing state-of-the-art innovations in floor and interface technological know-how. issues contain natural molecular-based sensors; interfaces in natural diodes and transistors; mobility in natural box impression transistors and area cost difficulties; integration of optoelectronic nanostructures; nonlinear optical houses of natural nanostructures; the wetting layer challenge; find out how to get from functionalized molecules to nanoaggregates; optical, electric and mechanical houses of natural nanofibers besides; as close to box investigations of natural skinny films.

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3. Experimental Technique The technique of TDS is quite simple and straightforward. The molecules which have first been put onto the surface at sufficiently low surface temperature by gas dosing or evaporation are afterwards desorbed again by heating of the sample. Typically, linear heating rates between 1 to 10 K/s are applied. The desorbed material can be detected by a pressure gauge or by a mass spectrometer. Since the amount of material detected is quite small, TDS is generally performed under ultra-high vacuum conditions.

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