Highly anisotropic optoelectronic properties of aligned films of self-assembled platinum molecular wires

M.G. Debije, M.P. Haas, de, T.J. Savenije, J.M. Warman, M. Fontana, N. Stutzmann, W.R. Caseri, P. Smith

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Abstract

Self-assembled columns of alternating tetrachloro- and tetraalkylaminoplatinum moieties form stable, highly oriented, optically anisotropic films on a friction-deposited polytetrafluoroethylene surface (see Figure). Charge transport in the films is rapid (mobility =¿ca. 10–2 cm2¿V–1¿s–1) and highly one-dimensional along the axis of the columns (anisotropy =¿20), further substantiating the potential application of these materials in molecular opto-electronic devices.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)896-899
JournalAdvanced Materials
Volume15
Issue number11
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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