Copper-phthalocyanine based metal–organic interfaces: The effect of fluorination, the substrate, and its symmetry Academic Article uri icon

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  • Metal-organic interfaces based on copper-phthalocyanine monolayers are studied in dependence of the metal substrate (Au versus Cu), of its symmetry [hexagonal (111) surfaces versus fourfold (100) surfaces], as well as of the donor or acceptor semiconducting character associated with the nonfluorinated or perfluorinated molecules, respectively. Comparison of the properties of these systematically varied metal-organic interfaces provides new insight into the effect of each of the previously mentioned parameters on the molecule-substrate interactions.


  • de Oteyza, DG
  • El-Sayed, A
  • Garcia-Lastra, JM
  • Goiri, E
  • Krauss, TN
  • Turak, Ayse
  • Barrena, E
  • Dosch, H
  • Zegenhagen, J
  • Rubio, A
  • Wakayama, Y
  • Ortega, JE

publication date

  • December 7, 2010