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Local density of states for a metal-organic interface
« on: February 1, 2013, 13:23 »
I am currently studying a metal-organic interface between Au(111) and a pentacene crystal. The plots below show the electronic structure at the interface. The LDOS  shows the DOS as function of z in the energy range [-2,2] eV. You can clearly see the 5 gold layers, and the 4 molecular states of the pentacene layers. Note the band bending in the pentacene crystal.
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Re: Local density of states for a metal-organic interface
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2013, 12:10 »
Dear Kurt, Is it possible to have an iron instead of metal ? I'm looking for understanding the  magnetic-organic interface for spintronic application.