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Electron Transfer In Hybrid Molecular Solid-state Devices

E. Moons, M. Bruening, A. Shanzer, J. Beier, D. Cahen
Published 1996 · Chemistry

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Electron transfer (ET) in organic-inorganic hybrid structures is of interest for applications in optoelectronics. The study of these hybrid structures is difficult because contact formation is often destructive. We have experimented with the lift-off/float-on technique to create metal contacts in a gentle manner. We present results of these experiments and initial data on silicon/octadecyl trichlorosilane (OTS)/silver junctions where the metal contact was prepared by evaporation. The presence of the OTS greatly affects the current-voltage characteristics of such a junction.
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