The diamagnetic response of tetracene is exploited to increase the in-plane orientation of thin films grown by organic molecular beam deposition, while applying a magnetic field of 0.2 T parallel to the surface of the silica and potassium hydrogen phthalate substrates. The combined spectroscopic analysis of the films in the UV/visible region and morphological investigation of their surface performed by atomic force microscopy demonstrate a substantial increment of the film order when the magnetic field is applied along the c axis of potassium hydrogen phthalate, in agreement with the anisotropic magnetic susceptibility of tetracene.

Campione, M., & Sassella, A. (2006). Tetracene thin films grown by organic molecular beam deposition under a static magnetic field. THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 124(22) [10.1063/1.2202327].

Tetracene thin films grown by organic molecular beam deposition under a static magnetic field

CAMPIONE, MARCELLO;SASSELLA, ADELE
2006

Abstract

The diamagnetic response of tetracene is exploited to increase the in-plane orientation of thin films grown by organic molecular beam deposition, while applying a magnetic field of 0.2 T parallel to the surface of the silica and potassium hydrogen phthalate substrates. The combined spectroscopic analysis of the films in the UV/visible region and morphological investigation of their surface performed by atomic force microscopy demonstrate a substantial increment of the film order when the magnetic field is applied along the c axis of potassium hydrogen phthalate, in agreement with the anisotropic magnetic susceptibility of tetracene.
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organic semiconductors; organic molecular beam epitaxy; diamagnetic anisotropy; atomic force microscopy; orptical absorption
English
Campione, M., & Sassella, A. (2006). Tetracene thin films grown by organic molecular beam deposition under a static magnetic field. THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 124(22) [10.1063/1.2202327].
Campione, M; Sassella, A
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