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Low-dimensional materials for organic electronic applications

Sumit Beniwal, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Abstract

This thesis explores the self-assembly, surface interactions and electronic properties of functional molecules that have potential applications in electronics. Three classes of molecules - organic ferroelectric, spin-crossover complex, and molecules that assemble into a 2D semiconductor, have been studied through scanning tunneling microscopy and surfacesensitive spectroscopic methods. The scientific goal of this thesis is to understand the self-assembly of these molecules in low-dimensional (2D) configurations and the influence of substrate on their properties.^

Subject Area

Nanoscience|Condensed matter physics

Recommended Citation

Beniwal, Sumit, "Low-dimensional materials for organic electronic applications" (2016). ETD collection for University of Nebraska - Lincoln. AAI10143299.
http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/dissertations/AAI10143299

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