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Chemical interaction, space-charge layer, and molecule charging energy for a TiO2/TCNQ interface

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Chemical interaction, space-charge layer, and molecule charging energy for a TiO2/TCNQ interface
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Physics and Astronomy
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School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) (New Brunswick)
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Article, Refereed
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Peer reviewed
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2015
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American Chemical Society
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English
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1 online resource (21 pages) : illustrations
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Chemical reactions
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Organic electronegativity
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Space charge layer
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Organic oxides
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Three driving forces control the energy level alignment between transition-metal oxides and organic materials: the chemical interaction between the two materials, the organic electronegativity, and the possible space charge layer formed in the oxide. This is illustrated in this study by analyzing experimentally and theoretically a paradigmatic case, the TiO2(110)/TCNQ interface; due to the chemical interaction between the two materials, the organic electron affinity level is located below the Fermi energy of the n-doped TiO2. Then, one electron is transferred from the oxide to this level and a space charge layer is developed in the oxide, inducing an important increase in the interface dipole and in the oxide work function.
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Martínez
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José I.
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Institute of Materials Science of Madrid
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Flores
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Fernando
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Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
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Ortega
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José
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Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
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Rangan
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Sylvie
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Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers University
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Ruggieri
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Charles
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Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers University
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Bartynski
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Robert
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Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers University
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2015
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The Journal of Physical Chemistry C
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119(38)
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https://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b07045
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22086-22091
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Bartynski, Robert
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Rangan, Sylvie
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Ruggieri, Charles
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doi:10.7282/T3BV7JKQ
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