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Fabrication and micro-Raman spectroscopy of arrays of copper phthalocyanine molecular-magnet microdisks

  title={Fabrication and micro-Raman spectroscopy of arrays of copper phthalocyanine molecular-magnet microdisks},
  author={Jivr'i Livska and Tom'avs Krajvn'ak and Peter Kepivc and Martin Konevcn'y and Martin Hrtovn and Vlastimil Kvr'apek and Zdenvek Nov'avcek and Lorenzo Tesi and Joris van Slageren and Jan vCechal and Tom'avs vSikola},
Phthalocyanines as organic semiconductors and molecular magnets provide plenty of industrial or high-tech applications from dyes and pigments up to gas sensors, molecular electronics, spintronics and quantum computing. Copper phthalocyanine (CuPc) belongs among the most used phthalocyanines, typically in the form of powder or films but self-grown nanowires are also known. Here we describe an opposite, i.e., top-down approach based on fabrication of ordered arrays of CuPc microstructures… 


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  • Jian Zhou, Qiang Sun
  • Materials Science, Physics
    Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • 2011
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