Application of low dose techniques to structure determination in a transition metal-containing poly-yne

A. E. Dray, A. M. Donald, R. H. Friend, M. S. Khan, J. Lewis, R. Rachel, W. O. Saxton

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Abstract

Organometallic polymers have potential applications in opto-electronics but full understanding and utilisation of their properties requires knowledge of the polymer structure and possible structural defects. In this work we present a summary of results obtained using high resolution electron microscopy (HREM) and a variety of low dose techniques in order to obtain lattice images of a well crystallised, beam sensitive Pt-containing poly-yne. Many details of the unit cell and of typical lattice defects have been obtained via HREM on a polymer system for which single crystal x-ray diffractometry has proved impossible.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInstitute of Physics Conference Series
PublisherPubl by IOP Publishing Ltd
Pages349-352
Number of pages4
Volume119
ISBN (Print)0854984089
Publication statusPublished - 1991
EventProceedings of the Institute of Physics Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group Conference - Bristol, Engl
Duration: Sep 10 1991Sep 13 1991

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OtherProceedings of the Institute of Physics Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group Conference
CityBristol, Engl
Period9/10/919/13/91

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electron microscopy
organometallic polymers
transition metals
dosage
high resolution
defects
polymers
single crystals
cells
electronics
x rays

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Dray, A. E., Donald, A. M., Friend, R. H., Khan, M. S., Lewis, J., Rachel, R., & Saxton, W. O. (1991). Application of low dose techniques to structure determination in a transition metal-containing poly-yne. In Institute of Physics Conference Series (Vol. 119, pp. 349-352). Publ by IOP Publishing Ltd.

Application of low dose techniques to structure determination in a transition metal-containing poly-yne. / Dray, A. E.; Donald, A. M.; Friend, R. H.; Khan, M. S.; Lewis, J.; Rachel, R.; Saxton, W. O.

Institute of Physics Conference Series. Vol. 119 Publ by IOP Publishing Ltd, 1991. p. 349-352.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Dray, AE, Donald, AM, Friend, RH, Khan, MS, Lewis, J, Rachel, R & Saxton, WO 1991, Application of low dose techniques to structure determination in a transition metal-containing poly-yne. in Institute of Physics Conference Series. vol. 119, Publ by IOP Publishing Ltd, pp. 349-352, Proceedings of the Institute of Physics Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group Conference, Bristol, Engl, 9/10/91.
Dray AE, Donald AM, Friend RH, Khan MS, Lewis J, Rachel R et al. Application of low dose techniques to structure determination in a transition metal-containing poly-yne. In Institute of Physics Conference Series. Vol. 119. Publ by IOP Publishing Ltd. 1991. p. 349-352
Dray, A. E. ; Donald, A. M. ; Friend, R. H. ; Khan, M. S. ; Lewis, J. ; Rachel, R. ; Saxton, W. O. / Application of low dose techniques to structure determination in a transition metal-containing poly-yne. Institute of Physics Conference Series. Vol. 119 Publ by IOP Publishing Ltd, 1991. pp. 349-352
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