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High-Sensitivity Transmission IR Spectroscopy for the Chemical Identification and Structural Analysis of Conjugated Molecules on Gallium Arsenide Surfaces

Published

Author(s)

D Krapchetov, H Ma, Daniel A. Fischer, Y-L Loo

Abstract

Organic thin films, especially conjugated molecular assemblies, have attracted considerable attention as candidates for electrically-active components in nanoscale electronic devices. Indeed, this field has seen significant progress; single-molecule nanojunctioins, nanopore and soft-contact nanoscale devices have been demonstrated recently. While the device front has seen major advances, the organization of the molecules - central to device performance - remains poorly understood.
Citation
Langmuir
Volume
22

Keywords

IR spectroscopy, NEXAFS, SAMs, surfaces

Citation

Krapchetov, D. , Ma, H. , Fischer, D. and Loo, Y. (2006), High-Sensitivity Transmission IR Spectroscopy for the Chemical Identification and Structural Analysis of Conjugated Molecules on Gallium Arsenide Surfaces, Langmuir (Accessed July 19, 2024)

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Created January 15, 2006, Updated October 12, 2021