Organic Molecular Crystals [E-Book] : Their Electronic States / by Edgar A. Silinsh.
Silinsh, Edgar A., (author)
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1980
XVIII, 392 p. 11 illus. online resource.
englisch
9783642814648
10.1007/978-3-642-81464-8
Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences ; 16
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction: Characteristic Features of Organic Molecular Crystals
  • 1.1 Interaction Forces in Molecular Crystals
  • 1.2 The Atom-Atom Potential Method
  • 1.3 Aromatic Hydrocarbons — Model Compounds of Organic Molecular Crystals
  • 1.4 Specific Properties of Electronic States in a Molecular Crystal
  • 1.5 Basic Characteristics of Electronic Conduction States in Molecular Crystals
  • 2. Electronic States of an Ideal Molecular Crystal
  • 2.1 Neutral Excited States in a Molecular Crystal
  • 2.2 Ionized States in a Molecular Crystal
  • 2.3 Electronic Polarization of a Molecular Crystal by a Charge Carrier
  • 2.4 Electrostatic Methods of Electronic Polarization Energy Calculation in Molecular Crystals
  • 2.5 Determination of Molecular Polarizability Tensor
  • 2.6 Selection of Molecular Polarizability Components bi. for Electronic Polarization Energy Calculations
  • 2.7 Extended Polarization Model of Ionized States in Molecular Crystal s
  • 2.8 Charge Transfer (CT) States in Molecular Crystals
  • 2.9 Experimental Determination of Energy Structure Parameters in Molecular Crystals
  • 2.10 Energy Structure of an Anthracene Crystal
  • 2.11 Energy Structure of Aromatic and Heterocyclic Molecular Crystals
  • 3. Role of Structural Defects in the Formation of Local Electronic States in Molecular Crystals
  • 3.1 Statistical Aspects of the Formation of Local States of Polarization Origin
  • 3.2 General Considerations on the Role of Specific Structural Defects
  • 3.3 Point Defects (Vacancies) in Molecular Crystals, Their Crystallographic and Electronic Properties
  • 3.4 Dislocation Defects, Their Role in Local State Formation
  • 3.5 Energetics of Dislocations in Molecular Crystals
  • 3.6 Atomic and Molecular Models of the Dislocation Core
  • 3.7 Dislocation Alignments and Aggregations, Their Configurational and Energetic Properties
  • 3.8 Grain Boundaries, Their Energetic Characteristics
  • 3.9 Stacking Faults in Molecular Crystals
  • 3.10 Formation of Predimer States in the Regions of Extended Structural Defects of Anthracene-Type Crystals
  • 3.11 Some More Complex Two- and Three-Dimensional Lattice Defects in Molecular Crystals
  • 3.12 Observation of Structural Defects in Molecular Crystals
  • 3.13 Main Characteristics of Dislocation Defects in Some Model Molecular Crystals
  • 4. Local Trapping Centers for Excitons in Molecular Crystals
  • 4.1 Theory of Exciton States in a Deformed Molecular Crystal
  • 4.2 Electron Level Shifts in Hydrostatically Compressed Molecular Crystal s
  • 4.3 Formation of Local Exciton Trapping Centers in Structural Defects of a Crystal
  • 5. Local Trapping States for Charge Carriers in Molecular Crystals
  • 5.1 Electronic Polarization Energy of a Compressed Anthracene Crystal
  • 5.2 Formation of Local Trapping Centers for Charge Carriers in Structural Defects of a Real Molecular Crystal
  • 5.3 Energy Spectrum of Local States of Polarization Origin in Stacking Faults of an Anthracene Crystal
  • 5.4 Local Surface States of Polarization Origin in Molecular Crystals
  • 5.5 Local States of Polarization Origin in the Vicinity of a Lattice Vacancy
  • 5.6 Local Charge Carrier Trapping in Covalent, Ionic and Molecular Crystal s
  • 5.7 Randomizing Factors Determining Gaussian Distribution of Local States of Structural Origin
  • 5.8 Investigation of Local Trapping States by Method of Space Charge Limited Currents (SCLC)
  • 5.9 Phenomenological SCLC Theory for Molecular Crystals with Gaussian Distribution of Local Trapping States
  • 5.10 Gaussian SCLC Approximations of Experimental CV Characteristics
  • 5.11 SCLC Theory for Spatially Nonuniform Trap Distribution
  • 5.12 Investigation of Local Trapping States by Thermally Activated Spectroscopy Techniques
  • 5.13 Other Experimental Methods for Local Trapping State Study
  • 5.14 Correlations Between Distribution Parameters of Local Trapping States and Crystalline Structure
  • 5.15 Local Lattice Polarization by Trapped Charge Carrier in Molecular Crystals
  • 5.16 Guest Molecules as Trapping Centers in a Host Lattice
  • 6. Summing Up and Looking Ahead
  • References
  • Additional References with Titles.