Charge Transport in Oxidation Product of Lutetium Diphthalocyanine.
Technical rept. no. 1, 1 Sep 77-31 Aug 78,
ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL ANAHEIM CA ELECTRONICS RESEARCH CENTER
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A redgreen anodic-reaction boundary was propagated in a lutetium diphthalocyanine film by application of a constant current through a metallic and an electrolytic contact. From the boundary velocity and the electric field in the red phase, the oxidation product was found to contain a charge carrier with a concentration approximately twice that of the dye molecules and a mobility of 4 by ten to the minus 6th power sq cmV-sec. These results and the charge compensation requirement of the boundary process suggested that the red oxidation product was a solid anion conductor. The estimated bulk resistivity of the red material at room temperature was 1600 ohmcm. Author
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry