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LMU's set up for mapping defect densities in organic thin films.
Set up for mapping defect densities in organic thin films. A pulsed laser beam is used to raster-scan the material of interest, which is then assembled in a field-effect geometry, allowing changes in current flow to be detected. The yellow zones indicate sites at which the defect density is particularly high. (Image: Christian Westermeier).
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