화학공학소재연구정보센터
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Vol.15, No.4, 1153-1158, 1997
Controlled Formation of Organic Layers on Semiconductor Surfaces
It has been shown that well-defined, ordered organic layers can be formed on the silicon (100) surface. This is achieved through the interaction of unsaturated C=C bonds with the oriented dimers of the reconstructed Si(100)-(2 X 1) surface. In this article, we present an investigation of the structure and chemical bonding of organic films prepared using different organic precursors, Data were obtained using scanning tunneling microscopy, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The molecules investigated are cyclopentene, 3-pyrroline, and norbornadiene, representing prototypical cyclic, heterocyclic, and bicyclic unsaturated organic molecules, respectively. Each molecule has at least one unsaturated C=C bond.