Exciton dynamics of C60-based single-photon emitters explored by Hanbury Brown–Twiss scanning tunnelling microscopy

@inproceedings{Merino2015ExcitonDO,
  title={Exciton dynamics of C60-based single-photon emitters explored by Hanbury Brown–Twiss scanning tunnelling microscopy},
  author={Pablo Merino and Christoph Gro\sse and Anna Rosławska and Klaus Kuhnke and K. Kern},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2015}
}
Exciton creation and annihilation by charges are crucial processes for technologies relying on charge-exciton-photon conversion. Improvement of organic light sources or dye-sensitized solar cells requires methods to address exciton dynamics at the molecular scale. Near-field techniques have been instrumental for this purpose; however, characterizing exciton recombination with molecular resolution remained a challenge. Here, we study exciton dynamics by using scanning tunnelling microscopy to… CONTINUE READING

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