Dresden 2014 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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HL: Fachverband Halbleiterphysik

HL 117: Organic semiconductors: Material properties (with CPP/DS)

HL 117.7: Vortrag

Freitag, 4. April 2014, 11:45–12:00, POT 051

Optical absorption and photoluminescence properties of perylene single-crystals — •Andre Rinn, Niklas Kraus, André Pick, Gregor Witte, and Sangam Chatterjee — Phillips Universität Marburg, Marburg, Germany

Organic semiconductors are considered promising candidates for next-generation optical devices. However, a detailed systematic understanding of the electro-optical response is in a much less holistic state than for inorganic materials such as Si or GaAs. Therefore, we investigated the two crystalline phases of perylene as model organic semiconductors and gain further insight in their optical response. This system crystallizes in two different phases: the beta-phase has a monomeric herringbone structure with two molecules per primitive unit cell, whereas the alpha phase grows in a dimeric herringbone configuration with four molecules per unit cell. The single -crystalline samples have been grown in silicon oil, which results in microcrystals of excellent quality. Hence, we can investigate the consequences of the respective crystal orientation on the Davydov splitting of the excitons as well as excimer formation. Both configurations have been investigated with polarization resolved absorption spectroscopy and time resolved luminescence experiments. Absorption spectroscopy reveals results with significant deviations from the widespread Davydov picture. The data obtained by time resolved luminescence shows characteristic excimer behavior. Additionally, the optical spectra are compared to the response of perylene in solution and the vapour phase.

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