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Confinement Consequences on Optics of Molecular Crystalline Nanofilms

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This paper presents a model of molecular ultrathin crystalline film and analysis of optical properties of these spatially very restricted structures. Using the two-time dependent Green's functions the energy spectrum and possible exciton states were determined and the dynamic permittivity was calculated. It was shown that the appearance of localized states, which define schedule and determine the number of resonant absorption lines in the infrared area of the external electromagnetic radiation.
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Keywords: ABSORPTION; ENERGY SPECTRA; EXCITONS; GREEN'S FUNCTIONS; PERMITTIVITY; THIN FILM

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 February 2017

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