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Impact of low 6,13-pentacenequinone concentration on pentacene thin film growth
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24.The flat features assigned to PQ areas in the codeposited film are being found near grain boundaries and cannot be observed in the pure P film, whereas the areas assigned to the P bulk phase in the pure P film cannot be observed at PQ ratios in the codeposited films.
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