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Photovoltaic action in a self-assembled monolayer of hemicyanine dyes on gold from dissociation of surface plasmons
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Hemicyanine dye molecules, containing a thiol functionality, form a self-assembled
(SAM) on thin films of gold. The combined SAM-gold layer system supports surface plasmons and can be converted into a diode using a liquid electrolyte top contact. Diodes fabricated on a quartz
prism allow for incoupling of incident light to surface plasmons and show a spontaneous photocurrent under short-circuit conditions. Measurement of the short-circuit photocurrent as function of incident angle of the light shows that the photocurrent arises from dissociation of surface plasmons into pairs of charge carriers.
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