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Topology Effects in Molecular Organic Electronic Materials: Pyrene and Azupyrene

Topology Effects in Molecular Organic Electronics Materials: Pyrene and Azupyrene

Benedikt P. Klein, Lukas Ruppenthal, Samuel J. Hall, Lars E Sattler, Sebastian M. Weber, Jan Herritsch, Andrea Jaegermann, Reinhard J. Maurer, Gerhard Hilt, and Michael Gottfried, ChemPhysChem 22, 1-10 (2021)

"Using photoelectron spectroscopy, near edge X-ray absoption fine structure spectroscopy, and density functional theory, we characterize the electronic and optical properties of pyrene and azupyrene thin films. The differences between the properties of the two compounds can be understood in terms of their different bonding topology."

Interpretation of X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy in the Presence of Surface Hybridisation

Interpretation of X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy in the Presence of Surface Hybridisation

Katharina Diller, Reinhard J. Maurer, Moritz Müller, Karsten Reuter, J. Chem. Phys. 146, 214701 (2017)

Accurate ab-initio core-level spectroscopy simulations of surface-adsorbed molecules reveal the details of surface hybridization.


Temperature-dependent templated growth of porphine thin films on the (111) facets of copper and silver

Temperature-dependent templated growth of porphine thin films on the (111) facets of copper and silver

K. Diller, F. Klappenberger, F. Allegretti, A. C. Papagergiou, S. Fischer, D. A. Duncan, R. J. Maurer, J. A. Lloyd, S. Cheol Oh, K. Reuter, J. V. Barth, J. Chem. Phys. 141, 144703 (2014)

Using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, NEXAFS and Density Functional Theory we show the coverage dependent adlayer structure of porphine films