Organic Nanowires

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Resumé

Single crystalline nanowires from fluorescing organic molecules like para-phenylenes
or thiophenes are supposed to become key elements in future integrated optoelectronic
devices [1]. For a sophisticated design of devices based on nanowires
the basic principles of the nanowire formation have to be well understood [2].
Nanowires from para-phenylenes, from ®-thiophenes, and from phenylene/thiophene
co-oligomers, Fig. 1, are investigated exemplarily. Epitaxy and electrostatic
interactions determine the microscopic growth mechanism, whereas kinetics ascertains
the macroscopic habit. Results from atomic force microscopy and from
polarized far-field optical microscopy for various prototypical molecules are reproduced
by electrostatic and Monte Carlo calculations. Based on the crystal
structure, predictions on the growth habit from other conjugated molecules become
in reach.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2008
StatusUdgivet - 2008
BegivenhedInternational Conference on One-dimensional Nanostructures - Malmö, Sverige
Varighed: 26. sep. 200729. sep. 2007

Konference

KonferenceInternational Conference on One-dimensional Nanostructures
LandSverige
ByMalmö
Periode26/09/200729/09/2007

Fingeraftryk

nanowires
habits
thiophenes
molecules
oligomers
epitaxy
far fields
atomic force microscopy
electrostatics
microscopy
kinetics
predictions

Citer dette

Balzer, F., Schiek, M., Al-Shamery, K., Lützen, A., & Rubahn, H-G. (2008). Organic Nanowires. Abstract fra International Conference on One-dimensional Nanostructures, Malmö, Sverige.
Balzer, Frank ; Schiek, Manuela ; Al-Shamery, Katharina ; Lützen, Arne ; Rubahn, Horst-Günter. / Organic Nanowires. Abstract fra International Conference on One-dimensional Nanostructures, Malmö, Sverige.
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