We investigate from first principles the effect of many-body corrections on the optoelectronic properties of polyphenanthrene (PPh), a prototype system for carbon-based ladder polymers and I D nanographenes with cis-polyene edges. We show that the inclusion of many-body effects is essential to correctly describe both quasiparticle bandstructure and optical response. Consistently with the reduced dimensionality of the system, the inclusion of electron-hole interaction leads to strongly bound excitons which dominate the spectra. A complete characterization of the low-energy excitonic states is carried out, together with their optical activity. In particular, we find a dark exciton below the first optically active one, which is expected to crucially affect the luminescence efficiency. (c) 2007 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

We investigate from first principles the effect of many-body corrections on the optoelectronic properties of polyphenanthrene (PPh), a prototype system for carbon-based ladder polymers and 1D nanographenes with cis-polyene edges. We show that the inclusion of many-body effects is essential to correctly describe both quasiparticle bandstructure and optical response. Consistently with the reduced dimensionality of the system, the inclusion of electron-hole interaction leads to strongly bound excitons which dominate the spectra. A complete characterization of the low-energy excitonic states is carried out, together with their optical activity. In particular, we find a dark exciton below the first optically active one, which is expected to crucially affect the luminescence efficiency. © 2007 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA,.

Optical properties of one-dimensional graphene polymers: the case of polyphenanthrene / Prezzi, Deborah; D., Varsano; Ruini, Alice; A., Marini; Molinari, Elisa. - In: PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI B-BASIC RESEARCH. - ISSN 0370-1972. - STAMPA. - 244:11(2007), pp. 4124-4128. [10.1002/pssb.200776132]

Optical properties of one-dimensional graphene polymers: the case of polyphenanthrene

PREZZI, Deborah;RUINI, Alice;MOLINARI, Elisa
2007

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We investigate from first principles the effect of many-body corrections on the optoelectronic properties of polyphenanthrene (PPh), a prototype system for carbon-based ladder polymers and I D nanographenes with cis-polyene edges. We show that the inclusion of many-body effects is essential to correctly describe both quasiparticle bandstructure and optical response. Consistently with the reduced dimensionality of the system, the inclusion of electron-hole interaction leads to strongly bound excitons which dominate the spectra. A complete characterization of the low-energy excitonic states is carried out, together with their optical activity. In particular, we find a dark exciton below the first optically active one, which is expected to crucially affect the luminescence efficiency. (c) 2007 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.
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Optical properties of one-dimensional graphene polymers: the case of polyphenanthrene / Prezzi, Deborah; D., Varsano; Ruini, Alice; A., Marini; Molinari, Elisa. - In: PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDI B-BASIC RESEARCH. - ISSN 0370-1972. - STAMPA. - 244:11(2007), pp. 4124-4128. [10.1002/pssb.200776132]
Prezzi, Deborah; D., Varsano; Ruini, Alice; A., Marini; Molinari, Elisa
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