|Title:||Chemical and structural investigation of the cobalt phthalocyanine|
|Authors:||Stupar, Matija (Author)|
Ressel, Barbara (Mentor) More about this mentor...
De Ninno, Giovanni (Mentor) More about this mentor...
|Files:|| Matija_Stupar.pdf (2,96 MB)|
|Work type:||Master's thesis/paper (mb22)|
|Tipology:||2.09 - Master's Thesis|
|Organization:||FAN - Faculty of Applied Sciences|
|Abstract:||In the last two decades, studies on organic molecules mimicking substances of fundamental importance in nature, like chlorophyll or hemoglobin, have attracted researchers’ attention. These molecules are building blocks for a family of materials also referred to as “organic semiconductors”. Such compounds can be implemented in numerous applications, ranging from data-storage to light harvesting. Some of their fundamental advantages include low cost, light weight, relatively easy engineering and mechanical flexibility, compatible with bending plastic substrates.
In this thesis work we investigated the chemical, structural and electronic properties of cobalt phthalocyanines (CoPc). These molecules have promising applications in the field of magnetic data storage and spintronics in general, due to the ferromagnetic properties of the cobalt atom. Several techniques like photoemission core-level spectroscopy and valence band spectroscopy, together with X-ray absorption, have been used in order to determine the CoPc properties in gaseous phase, i.e. in the absence of interaction with the surrounding environment.
Another set of experiments was devoted to the commissioning of the CITIUS time-resolved photoemission setup, that will be used in future studies of CoPc molecules on surfaces.|
|Keywords:||Cobalt phthalocyanine (CoPc), photoemission spectroscopy (PES), X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS), synchrotron radiation, laser, high order harmonic generation (HHG), time resolved spectroscopy|
|Year of publishing:||2015|
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