Charge transfer from and to manganese phthalocyanine: Bulk materials and interfaces

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Manganese phthalocyanine (MnPc) is a member of the family of transition-metal phthalocyanines, which combines interesting electronic behavior in the fields of organic and molecular electronics with local magnetic moments. MnPc is characterized by hybrid states between the Mn 3d orbitals and the p orbitals of the ligand very close to the Fermi level. This causes particular physical properties, different from those of the other phthalocyanines, such as a rather small ionization potential, a small band gap and a large electron affinity. These can be exploited to prepare particular compounds and interfaces with appropriate partners, which are characterized by a charge transfer from or to MnPc. We summarize recent spectroscopic and theoretical results that have been achieved in this regard.




Rückerl, F., Waas, D., Büchner, B., Knupfer, M., Zahn, D. R. T., Haidu, F., … Kortus, J. (2017, August 4). Charge transfer from and to manganese phthalocyanine: Bulk materials and interfaces. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology. Beilstein-Institut Zur Forderung der Chemischen Wissenschaften.

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