德国图宾根大学Prof. Frank Schreiber 9月17日上午学术报告

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报告人:Prof. Frank Schreiber

Institut fuer Angewandte Physik, Universitaet Tuebingen, Germany

题目:Growth of organic-organic heterostructures for organic electronics

时间10:00 am, Sep. 17th Thursday

地点Conference Room B, BLDG 909-1F

 

摘要

Functional organic materials and devices are becoming increasingly complex.Their preparation and growth is, not surprisingly, similarly complex, and the resulting structure will be determinedby a competition between kinetics and thermodynamics, which is not trivial to predictin particular for multi-component systems.We discuss general concepts [1] and recent examples [2,3] of organics-based heterostructure growthin the context of kinetic effects compared to thermodynamic (equilibrium) structure.These include unconventional roughening and smoothing behavior at interfaces as well as unconventional structural motifs,such as a frozen-smectic structure formed in a blend of organic semiconductors which form conventional crystalsas pure compounds [4].

Particular attention is paid to the case of kinetically limited phase separation of a donor-acceptor pair (DIP:C60)used in organic photovoltaics [5]. This leads to asymmetric domain sizes near bottom vs top electrodedue to the time (thickness) dependent phase separation with important implications for device modeling [1,6].We also discuss the associated optical properties and the question of coupling between donor and acceptor components [7,8].

Finally, we comment on the implications of the structure and morphology for the optical and electronic propertiesas well as possible device applications with focus on organic photovoltaics [1,6].

 

Contributions by A. Hinderhofer, C. Frank, K. Broch, F. Anger, J. Novak, R. Banerjee, A. Gerlach, and S. Kowarik,are gratefully acknowledged.

 

[1] A. Hinderhofer and F. Schreiber, Organic-organic heterostructures: Concepts and applications, ChemPhysChem, 13 (2012) 628

    A. Dürr et al., Rapid roughening in thin film growth of the organic semiconductor diindenoperylene, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90 (2003) 016104

    S. Kowarik et al., Real-time observation of structural and orientational transitions during growth of organic thin films, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96 (2006) 125504

    S. Bommel et al., Unravelling the multilayer growth of the fullerene C60 in real-time, Nature Comm. 5 (2014) 5388

[2] A. Hinderhofer et al., Templating effect for organic heterostructure film growth: Perfluoropentacene on diindenoperylene, J. Phys. Chem. C 115 (2011) 16155

[3] A. Hinderhofer et al., Structure and morphology of co-evaporated pentacene-perfluoropentacene thin films, J. Chem. Phys. 134 (2011) 104702

[4] A. Aufderheide et al., Mixing-induced anisotropic correlations in molecular crystalline systems, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109 (2012) 156102

[5] R. Banerjee et al., Evidence for kinetically limited thickness dependent phase separation in organic thin film blends, Phys. Rev. Lett. (2013)

[6] J. Wagner et al., High fill factor and open circuit voltage in organic photovoltaic cells with diindenoperylene as donor material, Adv. Funct. Mater. 20 (2010) 4295

[7] K. Broch et al., Optical evidence for intermolecular coupling in mixed films of pentacene and perfluoropentacene, Phys. Rev. B 83 (2011) 245307

[8] F. Anger et al., Photoluminescence spectroscopy of pure pentacene, perfluoropentacene and mixed thin films, J. Chem. Phys. 136 (2012) 054701

 

简介:

http://www.soft-matter.uni-tuebingen.de/

 

联系人: Prof. Steffen Duhm

 

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