Alkanethiol Self-Assembly Monolayers (SAMs) were investigated by means of BiModal Atomic Force Microscopy. Morphological and mechanical properties show a parabolic trend vs. the chain length n, which is ascribed to the disorder at the SAMs/Au interface. This explains the trend of charge injection across SAMs in organic field effect transistors.

Morphological and mechanical properties of alkanethiol self-assembled monolayers investigated via bimodal atomic force microscopy / C., Albonetti; S., Casalini; F., Borgatti; L., Floreano; BISCARINI, FABIO. - In: CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 1364-548X. - 47:(2011), pp. 8823-8825. [10.1039/c1cc12567b]

Morphological and mechanical properties of alkanethiol self-assembled monolayers investigated via bimodal atomic force microscopy

BISCARINI, FABIO
2011

Abstract

Alkanethiol Self-Assembly Monolayers (SAMs) were investigated by means of BiModal Atomic Force Microscopy. Morphological and mechanical properties show a parabolic trend vs. the chain length n, which is ascribed to the disorder at the SAMs/Au interface. This explains the trend of charge injection across SAMs in organic field effect transistors.
2011
47
8823
8825
Morphological and mechanical properties of alkanethiol self-assembled monolayers investigated via bimodal atomic force microscopy / C., Albonetti; S., Casalini; F., Borgatti; L., Floreano; BISCARINI, FABIO. - In: CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. - ISSN 1364-548X. - 47:(2011), pp. 8823-8825. [10.1039/c1cc12567b]
C., Albonetti; S., Casalini; F., Borgatti; L., Floreano; BISCARINI, FABIO
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