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The molecule-metal interface.


The molecule-metal interface.

Ed. by Norbert Koch, Nobuo Ueno, and Andrew T.S. Wee.



255 pages




The textbook for a graduate course and a reference for researchers in organic electronics, molecular electronics, and nanoscience focuses on the interface between molecules and metals. Physicists, chemists, and electrical engineers cover theory, atomic structure, and electronic structure. The topics include the basic theory of the molecule-metal interface, scanning tunneling microscope studies of the interfaces, X-ray standing waves and surfaces X-ray scattering studies of molecule-metal interfaces, the fundamental structure of organic solids and their interfaces by photoemission spectroscopy and related methods, and vibrational spectroscopies for future studies of the molecule-metal interface.

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