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T. Vilmin, C. Tardivat, L. L´eger, H. Brown, E. Raphael, Europhys. Lett. 68, 543 (2004). Biomolecular Layers on Silicon Studied by Optical Spectroscopy Dietrich R. T. Zahn and Simona D. de Summary. Amongst biomolecules the DNA base molecules adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine may also ﬁnd interesting applications in organic electronics. They have optical gaps in the near ultra-violet and have already been considered as charge transport molecules in organic ﬁeld eﬀect transistors. Still there is very little knowledge on their electronic and optical properties when deposited as layers on inorganic substrates.
4. NRA data showing the interdiﬀusion of linear polystyrene (P = 137, left side of bilayer) into a polystyrene network (N = 110). In (a) the bilayer is unannealed; in (b) and (c) it has been annealed for 55 minutes at 413 and 425 K respectively. In (d) the sample is at equilibrium after swelling for 60 minutes at 458 K. Reproduced with permission from reference . Copyright 2001 EDP Sciences its diﬀusion coeﬃcient unlike the intradiﬀusion coeﬃcients described above, which have no concentration dependence.
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