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Structural templating in a nonplanar phthalocyanine using single crystal copper iodide

DOI: 10.1002/admi.201400540 DOI Help

Authors: Luke Rochford (University of Warwick) , Alexandra Ramadan (Imperial College London) , Dean S. Keeble (Diamond Light Source) , Mary Ryan (Imperial College London) , Sandrine Heutz (Imperial College London) , Tim S. Jones (University of Warwick)
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Type: Journal Paper
Journal: Advanced Materials Interfaces , VOL 2 , PAGES n/a - n/a

State: Published (Approved)
Published: May 2015

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Abstract: Solution-grown copper iodide crystals are used as substrates for the templated growth of the nonplanar vanadyl phthalocyanine using organic molecular beam deposition. Structural characterization reveals a single molecular orientation produced by the (111) Miller plane of the copper iodide crystals. These fundamental measurements show the importance of morphology and structure in templating interactions for organic electronics applications.

Journal Keywords: copper iodide; LEED; vanadyl phthalocyanine (VOPc); surface morphology; templating

Subject Areas: Materials, Physics, Chemistry

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Surfaces Physics Physical Chemistry Electronics Chemistry Materials Science interfaces and thin films Organic Chemistry

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