Self assembled monolayer engineered interfaces for determination of charge transfer and charge separated states
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Most interfaces in organic electronics consists of weakly interacting organic/(in)organic material interfaces where the interaction is limited to charge transfer via tunnelling. In order to optimize device structure and performance, it is of great importance to understand the rules that govern the energy level alignment at those interfaces. The integer charge transfer (ICT) model is a model used to explain and predict the interaction and energy level alignment behaviour from the so-called integer charge transfer energy, EICT values. In this paper we investigate two phenomena that could influence the absolute value of EICT at hybrid organic and organic-organic interfaces and provide experimentally-derived quantitative data on the strength of the effects.
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-72233OAI: oai:DiVA.org:liu-72233DiVA: diva2:458619