Data supporting 'Ultrafast Tracking of Exciton and Charge Carrier Transport in Optoelectronic Materials on the Nanometer Scale'
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Schnedermann, C., Sung, J., Pandya, r., Verma, S. D., Chen, Y., Gauriot, N., Bretscher, H., et al. (2019). Data supporting 'Ultrafast Tracking of Exciton and Charge Carrier Transport in Optoelectronic Materials on the Nanometer Scale' [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.44692
This data set contains all data underlying the above mentioned publication 'Ultrafast Tracking of Exciton and Charge Carrier Transport in Optoelectronic Materials on the Nanometer Scale' The data is provided as .zip file, containing the main manuscript and supporting information (SI) data organised according to the figure number they appear as in the text. Figures (Main text) Figure 1: spatial and temporal profiles of pulses Figure 2: Pentacene: Point-spread-function, transient dynamics and retrieved fit results as well as the mean-square displacement curves. PDF figure provided Figure 3: Pentacene: Impulsive Raman experiment containing the transient and fitted dynamics as well as the Fourier transform power spectra Figure 4: Same data as in 2 but for Silicon SI_Figures (supporting information) Figure 1: Frequency-resolved Gating traces of pump and probe pulses Figure 2: Spectral phase retrieved for pump and probe Figure 3: Spectrally-dispersed transient absorption microscopy on Si and representative transient Figure 4: Pentacene Fitting overview: raw data, residual of fit and time-resolved standard deviations as well as histogram Figure 5: an-isotropic 2D gaussian fit to Pentacene data Figure 6: absorption spectrum of pentacene Figure 7: transient absorption spectroscopy of same pentacene films Figure 8: wavelength-resolved mean-square displacements of pentacene Figure 9: power-dependence of diffusion coefficient in pentacene
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time-resolved microscopy, singlet fission, exciton and charge-carrier transport
Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 (RF499/2018)
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.44692
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