Organic Spintronics/Electronics (NNM group research lines)

Here we employ a bottom-up approach to understanding and rational design of organic materials from nanoscale molecular building blocks. We are particularly interested in: (i) persistent radical molecules and covalent organic frameworks (COFs) made thereof, (ii) semiconductor molecular materials for use in organic spintronic/electronic applications (e.g. flexible thin film electronics).

 COF screening paper PCCP2018

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Triarylmethyl-based 2D covalent networks: virtual screening of chemical functionalisation for optimising strain-induced property control

I. Alcón, S. T. Bromley, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2018) 20, 5028.

Existence of multi-radical and closed-shell
semiconducting states in post-graphene organic Dirac materials

I. Alcón, F. Viñes, I de P. R. Moreira, S. T. Bromley, Nature Communications (2017), 8, 1957

Design of multi-functional 2D open-shell organic networks with mechanically controllable properties

I. Alcon, D. Reta, I. de P. R. Moreira, S. T. Bromley, Chemical Science (2017) 8, 1027.
Radical transport JACS2017 Organic crystals feature article TOC 2016 Crystal fig CrystEngComm2016

Operative Mechanism of Hole-Assisted Negative Charge Motion in Ground States of Radical-Anion Molecular Wires

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Tuning Crystal Ordering, Electronic Structure and Morphology in Organic Semiconductors: Tetrathiafulvalenes as a Model Case (Feature Article)

R. Pfattner, S. T. Bromley, C. Rovira, Marta Mas-Torrent, Advanced Functional Materials (2016), 26, 2256

Structural and electronic characterisation of
π-extended tetrathiafulvalene derivatives as active
components in field-effect transistors

A. Campos, N. Oxtoby, S. Galindo, R. Pfattner, J. Veciana,
S. T. Bromley, C. Rovira and M. Mas-Torrent, CrystEngComm (2016), 18, 6149

 Kondo junction NanoLett2015 Fig 1 Chiral 2D PTM assembly on Au

Kondo Effect in a Neutral and Stable All Organic Radical Single
Molecule Break Junction

R. Frisenda, R. Gaudenzi, C. Franco, M. Mas-Torrent, C. Rovira, J. Veciana, I. Alcon, S. T. Bromley, E. Burzurí, H. S. J. van der Zant, Nano Letters (2015), 15, 3109

Structural control over spin localization in triarylmethyls

I. Alcon, S. T. Bromley, RSC Advances (2015), 5, 98593
 

Chiral Conformation at a Molecular Level of a Propeller-Like Open-Shell Molecule on Au(111)

F. Grillo, V. Mugnaini, M. Oliveros, S. M. Francis, D.-J. Choi, M. V. Rastei, L. Limot, C. Cepek, M. Pedio, S. T. Bromley, N. V. Richardson, J.-P. Bucher, J. Veciana, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2012), 3, 1559

NDR orbital fig ChemComm2011  PTM SAM AdvMater2009  

Negative differential resistance (NDR) in similar molecules with distinct
redox behaviour

N. Crivillers, M. Paradinas, M. Mas-Torrent, S. T. Bromley, C. Rovira, C. Ocal, S. T. Bromley, J. Veciana, Chemical Communications (2011), 47, 4664

Dramatic Influence of the Electronic Structure on the
Conductivity through Open- and Closed-Shell
Molecules

N. Crivillers, C. Munuera, M. Mas-Torrent, C. Simao,
S. T. Bromley, C. Ocal, C. Rovira, J. Veciana, Advanced Materials (2009), 21, 1177

 

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