Abstract

Thin organic films with semiconducting properties are highly interesting for device applications such as charge transport layers, organic LKD, and solar cells. However, the phonon properties of organic crystals, which are important for e.g. exciton self-trapping, are very little understood. Because self-trapping might be critical for the realization of emission devices, a detailed investigation of the exciton-phonon interaction is required.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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