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Interfacial Dynamics of Perylene Derivatives Attached to Metal Oxide Particle and Nanorod Films

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 February 2011

Rainer Eichberger
Affiliation:
eichberger@helmholtz-berlin.de
Robert Schütz
Affiliation:
robert.schuetz@helmholtz-berlin.de, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Antje Neubauer
Affiliation:
antje.neubauer@uni-rostock.de, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Thomas Hannappel
Affiliation:
hannappel@helmholtz-berlin.de, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Andreas Bartelt
Affiliation:
andreas.bartelt@helmholtz-berlin.de, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Abstract

Photo-induced electron transfer and recombination was investigated for prototype molecular absorbers covalently bound to metal-oxide films. Two perylene derivatives with different anchor/bridge groups, a propionic and an acrylic acid, were adsorbed on both bare ZnO nanorods and TiO2 coated nanorods and the dynamics of the systems compared.

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