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Multi-component organic layers on metal substrates

AuthorsGoiri, Elizabeth CSIC ORCID; Borghetti, Patrizia CSIC ORCID; El-Sayed, A.; Ortega, J. Enrique CSIC ORCID; Oteyza, D. G. de CSIC ORCID
Issue Date2016
CitationAdvanced Materials 28(7): 1340-1368 (2016)
AbstractIncreasingly high hopes are being placed on organic semiconductors for a variety of applications. Progress along these lines, however, requires the design and growth of increasingly complex systems with well-defined structural and electronic properties. These issues have been studied and reviewed extensively in single-component layers, but the focus is gradually shifting towards more complex and functional multi-component assemblies such as donor–acceptor networks. These blends show different properties from those of the corresponding single-component layers, and the understanding on how these properties depend on the different supramolecular environment of multi-component assemblies is crucial for the advancement of organic devices. Here, our understanding of two-dimensional multi-component layers on solid substrates is reviewed. Regarding the structure, the driving forces behind the self-assembly of these systems are described. Regarding the electronic properties, recent insights into how these are affected as the molecule's supramolecular environment changes are explained. Key information for the design and controlled growth of complex, functional multicomponent structures by self-assembly is summarized.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.201503570
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