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Impact of low 6,13-pentacenequinone concentration on pentacene thin film growth
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(Color online) Specular x-ray diffraction scans of P/PQ codeposited films on at various molar ratios, denotes the momentum transfer normal to the surface at the Bragg angle ; the plots are vertically shifted for clearness. Peaks assigned to the P and PQ thin film phases are marked with a circle and triangle, respectively; peaks assigned to the P bulk phase are labeled with the corresponding indices.

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(Color online) Williamson-Hall plot of P films codeposited with different amounts of PQ. The lines connecting the peak series are linear least-squares fits.

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(Color online) FTIR spectra of P/PQ blended films of different PQ percentages compared to reference scans of the respective source materials used for evaporation.

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(Color online) AFM micrographs of a pure P film compared to a codeposited P/PQ film with 20% PQ ratio. The colors indicate a height range of ; arrows point to areas of interest (see text).


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Scitation: Impact of low 6,13-pentacenequinone concentration on pentacene thin film growth