Volume 101 2008

Organic Nanostructures for Next Generation Devices

ISBN: 978-3-540-71922-9 (Print) 978-3-540-71923-6 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIX

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 3-19

      Fundamentals of Organic Film Growth and Characterisation

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      Pages 21-28

      Optical Characterization Methods for Ultrathin Nanoaggregates

  3. Growth

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      Pages 31-65

      Growth of Oriented Organic Nanoaggregates via Molecular Beam Deposition

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      Pages 67-88

      Tailored Organic Nanoaggregates Generated by Self-Assembly of Designed Functionalised p-Quaterphenylenes on Muscovite Mica Substrates

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      Pages 89-117

      Hot-Wall Epitaxial Growth of Films of Conjugated Molecules

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      Pages 119-164

      Crystallography of Ultrathin Organic Films and Nanoaggregates

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      Pages 165-193

      Growth and Electronic Structure of Homo- and Hetero-epitaxial Organic Nanostructures

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      Pages 195-216

      Mechanisms Governing the Growth of Organic Oligophenylene “Needles” on Au Substrates

  4. Optics

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      Pages 219-238

      Nanooptics Using Organic Nanofibers

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      Pages 239-260

      Optical Gain and Random Lasing in Self-Assembled Organic Nanofibers

  5. Applications

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      Pages 263-300

      Fabrication and Characterization of Self-Organized Nanostructured Organic Thin Films and Devices

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      Pages 301-324

      Device-Oriented Studies on Electrical, Optical, and Mechanical Properties of Individual Organic Nanofibers

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      Pages 325-346

      Device Treatment of Organic Nanofibers: Embedding, Detaching, and Cutting

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 347-358