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Title:Evidence of enhanced photocurrent response in corannulene films
Authors:ID Patukhova, Nadya, Univerza v Novi Gorici (Author)
ID Martin Samos, Layla, Univerza v Novi Gorici (Author)
ID Pavlica, Egona, Univerza v Novi Gorici (Author)
ID Bratina, Gvido, Univerza v Novi Gorici (Author), et al.
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Abstract:Photoconductivity spectra measured in non-crystalline corannulene thin layers are compared to optical absorption in solution phase and thin films. The unexpected enhanced photoconductivity is correlated with GW–BSE theoretical predictions of corannulene gas-phase excitonic spectra. Theoretical analysis reveals a consistent contribution involving transitions to Super Atomic Molecular Orbitals (SAMOs), a unique set of diffuse orbitals typical of curved conjugated constructs. Results suggest SAMO population via direct photoexcitation as a potential mechanism towards exploiting these diffuse orbitals as conducting channels in suitably assembled quantum nanostructures or solids.
Keywords:Coranulene, photoconductivity, thin layers, photoexcitation
Article version:Postprint, final article version, accepted into publication
Year of publishing:2017
Number of pages:45601-45606
PID:20.500.12556/RUNG-3282-9d4d98b5-1695-cf07-8448-7f947472d952 New window
COBISS.SI-ID:4921851 New window
DOI:10.1039/c7ra08508g New window
Publication date in RUNG:26.09.2017
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Title:RCS Advances
Shortened title:RCS Adv.
Year of publishing:2017


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