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Physical, chemical and electronic properties of hybrid supramolecular interfaces

Abstract : The work realized during this thesis was oriented toward the comprehension of the charge transport mechanism involved in organic electronics, and on the engineering of the semiconducting properties of hybrid supramolecular interfaces. Firstly, the intrinsic origin of the charge transport properties was studied for two semiconducting small molecules which are similar in terms of chemical structure but exhibit different electrical properties. Secondly, the electronic properties of 2D material were modulated with the help of self-assembled monolayers inducing antagonist doping properties. Finally, hybrid perovskites and semiconducting small molecules were used as active materials in oxygen and humidity sensing respectively, forming high-performance sensors. All the project employed the principles of the supramolecular chemistry in their realisation.
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Marc-Antoine Stoeckel. Physical, chemical and electronic properties of hybrid supramolecular interfaces. Plasma Physics [physics.plasm-ph]. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. English. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAF002⟩. ⟨tel-02346378⟩

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