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Correction: Locally Resolved Core-Hole Screening, Molecular Orientation, and Morphology in Thin Films of Diindenoperylene Deposited on Au(111)Single Crystals

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  1. Locally Resolved Core-hole Screening, Molecular Orientation, and Morphology in Thin Films of Diindenoperylene Deposited on Au(111) Single Crystals Volume 22, Issue 33, 3740–3744, Article first published online: 20 August 2010

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Organic electronics has reached the market in a very short period of time, since the first organic light emitting device has been demonstrated.[1] Growth of organic thin films has been the focus of intensive investigations that in the recent years have gained knowledge about the involved mechanisms: substrate-molecule interaction versus molecule-molecule interaction, preparation parameters, substrate morphology (i.e., roughness, local defects, steps), and post growth treatment.[2–6] Here we investigate thin films of diindenoperylene deposited on Au(111) single crystals by using photoelectron emission microscopy (PEEM). We also discuss the effect of the growth on the film structure using the molecular orientation (i.e., the angle between the molecular axis and the substrate).

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