Height-Height Correlation Function to Determine Grain Size in Iron Phthalocyanine Thin Films

Abstract

Quasi one-dimensional iron chains are formed in thermally evaporated iron phthalocyanine (FeC32N8H16) thin films on silicon substrates. The chain length is modified by the deposition temperature during growth. Atomic force microscopy images show spherical grains at low deposition temperatures that become highly elongated at high deposition temperatures due… (More)

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@inproceedings{Gredig2012HeightHeightCF, title={Height-Height Correlation Function to Determine Grain Size in Iron Phthalocyanine Thin Films}, author={Thomas Gredig and Evan A. Silverstein and Matthew P. Byrne}, year={2012} }