HREELSによる Pentacene/HOPG 界面の電子移動の検出 Detection of an Electron Transfer System at the Pentacene/HOPG Interface by HREELS
Pentacene films grown on a graphite surface has been studied by using High-Resolution Electron-Energy-Loss Spectroscopy (HREELS) as a function of film thickness and of sample temperature. The HREELS spectra show that the adsorbed pentacene molecules are in a flat-lying geometry with the molecular plane parallel to the substrate. Further, we discuss the thickness and temperature dependences of the vibrational energies in terms of molecule-substrate and intermolecular interactions.
- 表面科学 = Journal of The Surface Science Society of Japan
表面科学 = Journal of The Surface Science Society of Japan 27(9), 546-548, 2006-09-10
The Surface Science Society of Japan