Electrostatic Properties of Ideal and Non-ideal Polar Organic Monolayers: Implications for Electronic Devices

We review and explain the main uses of polar organic monolayers in shaping electronic device properties, with an emphasis on long-range cooperative effects and on the differences between electrical properties of uniform and non-uniform monolayers

A. Natan

2007

Scholarcy highlights

  • Molecules in electronic devices are attractive because the variety and flexibility inherent in organic chemistry can be harnessed towards a systematic design of electrical properties
  • We review and explain the main uses of polar organic monolayers in shaping electronic device properties, with an emphasis on long-range cooperative effects and on the differences between electrical properties of uniform and non-uniform monolayers
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