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2 April 2004 Optical excitations in novel conjugated organic materials for electronics
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The optical properties of multi-chromophore systems such as conjugated polymers and dendrimers have attracted great interest because of the possibility of these structures displaying enhanced electronic and optical effects. In this manuscript the optical and electronic properties of novel organic materials for possible applications in optical switching, coherent energy transfer, as well as for enhanced emission from metal nanoparticles are presented. Measurements of the steady state absorption and emission, as well as the time-resolved fluorescence of selected novel organic materials are probed in order to provide a comparison of their use in electronic applications.
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Theodore G. Goodson III "Optical excitations in novel conjugated organic materials for electronics", Proc. SPIE 5276, Device and Process Technologies for MEMS, Microelectronics, and Photonics III, (2 April 2004);

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