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Keywords:

  • condensation;
  • nanoparticles;
  • oligomers;
  • semiconductors
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Organic nanoparticle dispersions are prepared via a versatile technique. Particles are formed by evaporation of aromatic hydrocarbons (like pentacene, rubrene, and tetracene) in an inert atmosphere and condensation of the vapor in a liquid medium. This allows the preparation of stable and concentrated dispersions of organic nanoparticles, showing interesting optical properties and potential applications in organic electronics and sensors.