Directional growth of copper phthalocyanine crystal by selective chemical vapor deposition method

Sekiguchi, A.; Uchida, T.
September 1994
Applied Physics Letters;9/12/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p1367
Academic Journal
Emphasizes the role of micrometer volume in chemical vapor deposition of phthalocyanine on copper substrates. Importance of photocatalytic and photoconductive properties of phthalocyanines; Construction of electronic switches, sensors, and photoresponsive devices; Formation of copper-phthalocyanine whiskers and debris of similar size.


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