The chemical structures and electronic structures at conjugated polyelectrolyte/Au interfaces demonstrate that conjugated polyelectrolytes with identical backbones but different pendant charges and charge-compensating ions exhibit different electronic properties. This finding shows that counterions and backbone charges enable control of the electronic and chemical nature of critical device interfaces.
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