Meetings & Events

fall 1996 logo1996 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

December 2 - 6, 1996 | Boston
Meeting Chairs:
 Werner Lutze, Karen Maex, Karl Sieradzki




Symposium D—Properties and Applications of Electronic Organic Materials and Fullerenes

Chairs

Robert Haddon, AT&T Bell Laboratories
Andrew Holmes, University of Cambridge
Hans Kuzmany, Technische Univ Wien
Joseph Shinar, Iowa State University

Symposium Support

  • Digital Instruments, Inc.
  • ICI Acrylics
  • Texas Instruments, Inc.

 * Invited paper

SESSION D1: LIGHT EMISSION AND LEDs I
Chair: Stephen R. Forrest
Monday Morning, December 2, 1996
Republic B (S)
8:30 AM *D1.1
CONTROL OF LUMINESCENCE IN CONJUGATED POLYMERS, Richard H. Friend, Nir Tessler, Nick T. Harrison, Graham J. Denton, Cambridge Univ, Dept of Physics, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM.

9:00 AM *D1.2
LASER EMISSION FROM SOLUTIONS AND FILMS CONTAINING SEMICONDUCTING POLYMER AND TITANIUM DIOXIDE NANOCRYSTALS, Hide Fumitomo, Univ of California-S Barbara, Inst of Polymers & Organic Solids, Santa Barbara, CA; Benjamin J. Schwartz, Univ of California-S Barbara, Inst for Polymers & Organic Solids, Santa Barbara, CA; Maria A. Diaz-Garcia, Alan J. Heeger, Univ of California-S Barbara, Inst of Polymers & Organic Solids, Santa Barbara, CA.

9:30 AM *D1.3
ELECTRO- AND PHOTOLUMINESCENCE IN POLYTHIOPHENES: MATERIALS AND DEVICES, Olle Inganas, Linkoping Univ, Dept of Physics, Linkoping, SWEDEN; Magnus Berggren, Linkoping Univ, Dept of Physics, Linkoping, SWEDEN; Mats R. Anderson, Chalmers Univ of Technology, Dept of Polymer Technology, Goteborg, SWEDEN; Magnus Granstrom, Thomas Granlund, Mattias Theander, Linkoping Univ, Dept of Physics, Linkoping, SWEDEN; Thomas Olinga, Olof Wennerstrom, Chalmers Univ of Technology, Dept of Organic Chemistry, Goteborg, SWEDEN; Thomas Hjertberg, Chalmers Univ of Technology, Dept of Polymer Technology, Goteborg, SWEDEN.

10:00 AM D1.4
REALIZATION OF MULTICOLOR (RGB) LIGHT EMISSION WITH LIGHT EMITTING-DIODES FROM OLIGOMERS AND POLYMERS, Guenther Leising, Farideh Meghdadi, Stefan Tasch, Berthold Winkler, Technical Univ, Inst for Solid State Physics, Graz, AUSTRIA.

10:15 AM BREAK

10:45 AM *D1.5
THE ELECTRONIC AND CHEMICAL STRUCTURE OF CONJUGATE POLYMER SURFACES AND INTERFACES , William R. Salaneck, Linkoping Univ, Dept of Physics, Linkoping, SWEDEN.

11:15 AM D1.6
POLYMER-BASED SELF-ASSEMBLED FILMS AND COMPOSITES: LUMINESCENCE AND WAVEGUIDES, Dan Davidov, Racah Inst, Dept of Physics, Jerusalem, ISRAEL; R. Newmann, E. Z. Faraggi, H. Hong, Hebrew Univ, Jerusalem, ISRAEL; Y. Avny, Hebrew Univ, Dept of Organic Chemistry, Jerusalem, ISRAEL.

11:30 AM *D1.7
CONJUGATED POLYMER LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES: RECENT PROGRESS AND PERFORMANCE DATA, Karl Pichler, Cambridge Display Technology Ltd, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM.

SESSION D2: SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
Chair: T. T.M. Palstra
Monday Afternoon, December 2, 1996
Republic B (S)
1:30 PM *D2.1
UNIAXIAL STRESS DEPENDENT ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE IN LOW DIMENSIONAL METALS - THE CASE OF tex2html_wrap_inline811 -Mo4011 AND (TMTSF) tex2html_wrap_inline813 PF tex2html_wrap_inline815 , James S. Brooks, Florida State Univ, Dept of Physics, Tallahassee, FL; K. Harris, Florida State Univ, Dept of Mechanical Engr, Tallahassee, FL; J. Qualls, Univ of Florida, Dept of Physics, Tallahassee, FL; S. Uji, Nat Research Inst for Metals, Ibaraki, JAPAN; M. H. Whangbo, North Carolina State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Raleigh, NC; C. E. Campos, Boston Univ, Dept of Physics, Boston, MA; P. Sandhu, Univ of Florida, Dept of Physics, Tallahassee, FL; J. van Bentum, J. Perenboom, Univ of Nymegen, High Field Magnet Lab, Nymegen, NETHERLANDS; John L. Sarrao, Zachary Fisk, Univ of Florida, Dept of Physics, Tallahassee, FL; Madoka Tokumoto, Electrotechnical Laboratory, Superconducting Materials Section, Ibaraki, JAPAN; N. Kinoshita, T. Kinoshita, Y. Tanaka, Electrotechnical Laboratory, Ibaraki, JAPAN; H. Anzai, Himeji Inst of Technology, Hyogo, JAPAN.

2:00 PM *D2.2
STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF C, Si AND Ge CLUSTER SOLIDS, Katsumi Tanigaki, NEC Corporation, Fundamental Research Lab, Ibaraki, JAPAN.

2:30 PM *D2.3
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW ORGANIC CONDUCTOR PRECURSOR BIS(ETHYLENEDITHIO)TETRATHIONAPHTHALENE, Lawrence K. Montgomery, Kyle P. Starkey, Sherryl L. Lifer, John J. Becker, Timothy P. Burgin, J. C. Huffman, Indiana Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Bloomington, IN.

3:00 PM BREAK

3:30 PM *D2.4
COMPARISON OF ALKALI-METAL FULLERIDES PREPARED FROM AMINE SOLVENTS TO THOSE PREPARED BY SOLID STATE METHODS, S. Glenis, S. Cooke, X. Chen, C. Kuper, M M Labes, Temple Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Philadelphia, PA.

4:00 PM D2.5
SUPERCONDUCTING METAL-CARBON COMPOSITE NANOSTRUCTURES, Wolfgang K Maser, Univ de Montpellier II, Dept GDPC, Montpellier, FRANCE; Patrick Bernier, Univ de Montpellier II, GDPC, Montpellier, FRANCE; P. M. Ajayan, Max-Planck-Inst fur Metallforschung, Inst fur Werkstoffwissenschaft, Stuttgart, GERMANY; Marc Lamy-de-la-Chapelle, Serge Lefrant, Phillipe Molinie, Univ de Nantes, IMN, Nantes, FRANCE.

4:15 PM D2.6
SEARCH FOR METALLIC PHASE IN POTASSIUM FULLERIDE K tex2html_wrap_inline817 C tex2html_wrap_inline819 , Mototada Kobayashi, Himeji Inst of Technology, Dept of Material Science, Hyogo, JAPAN; Hisanori Shinohara, Nagoya Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Nagoya, JAPAN; Mayumi Kosaka, NEC Corporation, Fundamental Research Lab, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Haruki Kawamura, Yuichi Akahama, Toshifumi Hara, Himeji Inst of Technology, Dept of Material Science, Kamigohori, JAPAN; Katsumi Tanigaki, NEC Corporation, Fundamental Research Lab, Ibaraki, JAPAN.

4:30 PM D2.7
DEPENDENCE OF FLUX-CREEP ACTIVATION ENERGY ON THE MAGNETIZATION CURRENT FOR A SUPERCONDUCTING tex2html_wrap_inline821 , Shaoyan Chu, Michael E. McHenry, Carnegie Mellon Univ, Dept of MS&E, Pittsburgh, PA.

4:45 PM D2.8
DESIGN OF SOLID C tex2html_wrap_inline819 CONDUCTOR: Na tex2html_wrap_inline813 CsC tex2html_wrap_inline819 , Susumu Saito, Tokyo Inst of Technology, Dept of Physics, Tokyo, JAPAN; Marvin L. Cohen, Univ of California-Berkeley, Dept of Physics, Berkeley, CA.

SESSION D3: POSTER SESSION: LIGHT EMISSION AND LEDs
Monday Evening, December 2, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom/Constitution (S)
D3.1
BLUE PHOTO- AND ELECTROLUMINESCENCE FROM A SOLUBLE PPP-TYPE POLYMER, Sylke Blumstengel, Andrew Edwards, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY; Igor Sokolik, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY; Roger Dorsinville, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY; H. Yun, T. K. Kwei, Yoshi Okamoto, Polytechnic Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Brooklyn, NY.

D3.2
FÖRSTER ENERGY TRANSFER BETWEEN SELF-ASSEMBLED HETEROSTRUCTURES OF POLY(PHENYLENE VINYLENE) AND DERIVATIZED CONJUGATED POLYMERS, Jeffery Baur, Michael F. Rubner, MIT, Dept of MS&E, Cambridge, MA; John R. Reynolds, Seungho Kim, Univ of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Fred Arnold, Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH; Thuy Dang, Univ of Dayton, Research Inst, Dayton, OH.

D3.3
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTROLUMINESCENT PROPERTIES OF POLY(BITHIAZOLE)S, Jeffrey K. Politis, Univ of Michigan, Dept of Chemistry, Ann Arbor, MI; Yi He, Univ of Michigan, Display Tech & Mfg Lab, Ann Arbor, MI; M. D. Curtis, Univ of Michigan, Dept of Chemistry, Ann Arbor, MI; Jerzy Kanicki, Univ of Michigan, Dept of EE&CS, Ann Arbor, MI.

D3.4
INVESTIGATION OF ELECTRICAL AND CHEMICAL STABILITY OF ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE BASED ON METHYLATED POLY(NONYL BITHIAZOLE), Yi He, Univ of Michigan, Applied Physics Program Center for Display Technology, Ann Arbor, MI; Jerzy Kanicki, Univ of Michigan, Dept of EE&CS, Ann Arbor, MI; Haitao Cheng, Jeffrey K. Politis, M. D. Curtis, Univ of Michigan, Dept of Chemistry, Ann Arbor, MI.

D3.5
POLYMERIC ANODES FOR IMPROVED POLYMER LED PERFORMANCE, S. A. Carter, Univ of California-Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA; J. C. Scott, S. Karg, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA; M. Angelopoulos, IBM T.J. Watson Research Ctr, Yorktown Heights, NY.

D3.6
LITHIUM-ALUMINUM CONTACTS FOR ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICES, Eliav I. Haskal, IBM Zurich, Research Lab, Ruschlikon, SWITZERLAND; Paul F. Seidler, IBM Zurich, Research Div, Ruschlikon, SWITZERLAND.

D3.7
EMISSION RELAXATION OF ORIENTED FILMS OF POLY(DI-N-HEXYLSILANE), Noriyuki Takada, Nat Inst of Matls & Chem Res, Dept of Polymer Physics, Tsukuba Ibaraki, JAPAN; N. Tanigaki, H. Kyotani, N. Minami, Nat Inst of Matls & Chem Res, Tsukuba Ibaraki, JAPAN; Y. Kawakami, Stanley Electric Co, Tsukuba Ibaraki, JAPAN.

D3.8
SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPY INVESTIGATION OF THE SURFACE OF CONJUGATED POLYMERS LAYERS FOR LIGHT- EMITTING DIODE APPLICATIONS, Hajanirina Razafitrimo, Yongli Gao, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Physics &Astronomy, Rochester, NY; Bing R. Hsieh, Xerox Corporation, Wilson Ctr for Research & Tech, Webster, NY.

D3.9
ELLIPSOMETRY AND PHOTOLUMINESCENCE OF FULLERENE-CONTAINING POLYSTYRENE, N. B. Mironkov, Yu. F. Biryulin, L. V. Sharonova, E. N. Fadeeva, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, St Petersburg, RUSSIA; V. N. Zgonnik, Inst of Macromolecular Compounds, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA.

D3.10
SATURATED RED ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DEVICES FOR FULL-COLOR DISPLAY APPLICATIONS, Paul E. Burrows, Princeton Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, Princeton, NJ; Stephen R. Forrest, Princeton Univ, ATC/POEM, Princeton, NJ; Scott M. Sibley, Mark E. Thompson, Univ of Southern California, Dept of Chemistry, Los Angeles, CA.

D3.11
NEW CLASS OF ELECTROLUMINESCENT EMITTER BASED ON ELECTROCHEMICALLY STABLE RUTHENIUM COMPLEXES, Jin-Kyu Lee, MIT, Dept of Chemistry, Cambridge, MA; Michael F. Rubner, Erik S Handy, Dongsik Yoo, Cormack Lyrons, MIT, Dept of MS&E, Cambridge, MA.

SESSION D4: POSTER SESSION: DEVICES
Monday Evening, December 2, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom/Constitution (S)
D4.1
MULTILAYERED ASSEMBLY OF PATTERNED POLYMERIC MICROSTRUCTURES FOR OPTICAL APPLICATIONS, Paula T. Hammond, Sarah L. Clark, Martha Montague, Mahesh K. Mahanthappa, MIT, Dept of Chemical Engr, Cambridge, MA.

D4.2
ALL ORGANIC FUNCTIONAL THIN FILM FOR ULTRA-HIGH DENSITY INFORMATION STORAGE, Y. L. Song, C. Q. Luo, Hui-Ying Chen, Peking Univ, College of Chemistry & Molecular Engrg, Beijing, CHINA; L. P. Ma, H. J. Gao, Z. Q. Xue, S. J. Pang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Lab of Vacuum Physics, Beijing , CHINA.

D4.3
FABRICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CHANNEL WAVEGUIDES ON SINGLE CRYSTAL FILMS OF N-(4-NITROPHENYL) - (L) - PROLINOL (NPP), Ligui Zhou, Auburn Univ, Materials Research Ctr, Auburn, AL; Jianjun Xu, Mrinal Thakur, Auburn Univ, Materials Research Center, Auburn University, AL.

D4.4
PROPERTIES OF NEW PHOTOREFRACTIVE ORGANIC GLASSES SENSITIZED WITH FULLERENES, P. M. Lundquist, IBM Almaden Research Center, Dept K13-D2, San Jose, CA; D. M. Burland, R. J. Twieg, R. Wortmann, C. Geletneky, M. C. Jurich, C. R. Moylan, R. M. Shelby, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA.

D4.6
OPTIMIZATION OF POLYMERIC D-A SCHOTTKY-TYPE PHOTOCELL BY SELECTIVE DOPING, Sergey Borisovich Li, Anvar Abdulakhad Zakhidov, Pulat Kirgizbaev Khabibullaev, Uzbek Academy of Sciences, DepT of Thermophysics, Tashkent, UZBEKISTAN; Kazuya Tada, Tsuyoshi Kawai, Katsumi Yoshino, Osaka Univ, Dept of Electronic Engr, Osaka, JAPAN; Anvar Abdulakhad Zakhidov, Pulat Kirgizbaev Khabibullaev, Uzbek Academy of Sciences, Dept of Thermophysics, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

D4.7
AN ELECTROCHROMIC FULLERENE-BASED FLAT PANEL DISPLAY, Greg Konesky, Tek-Vac Industries Inc, Hampton Bays, NY.

D4.8
DESIGN AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A FULLERENE SUBLIMATOR AND VAPOR EJECTOR, Greg Konesky, Tek-Vac Industries Inc, Hampton Bays, NY.

D4.9
C tex2html_wrap_inline829 AS A MASK MATERIAL FOR SELECTIVE TUNGSTEN CVD, Lars Norin, Sean McGinnis, Ulf Jansson, Jan-Otto Carlsson, Univ of Uppsala, Dept of Inorganic Chemistry, Uppsala, SWEDEN.

SESSION D5: LIGHT EMISSION AND LEDS II
Chair: Olle Inganas
Tuesday Morning, December 3, 1996
Republic B (S)
9:00 AM D5.1
ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINESCENT DEVICES WITH HIGH OPERATIONAL STABILITY, Jianmin Shi, Eastman Kodak Co, Imaging Research & Advanced Development, Webster, NY; Ching W. Tang, Eastman Kodak Co, Imaging Res & Advanced Dev, Rochester, NY.

9:15 AM D5.2
ELECTROLUMINESCENT PROPERTIES OF NOVEL METAL COMPLEXZES HAVING 8-QUINOLINOL, Junji Kido, Jun Endo, Yamagata Univ, Graduate School of Engineering, Yamagata, JAPAN.

9:30 AM *D5.3
COLOR AND EFFICIENCY OF SMALL MOLECULE ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODES, Stephen R. Forrest, Princeton Univ, ATC/POEM, Princeton, NJ; Paul E. Burrows, Princeton Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, Princeton, NJ; Zilan Shen, Princeton Univ, ATC/POEM, Princeton, NJ; G. Gu, Princeton Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, Princeton, NJ; V. Bulovic, Princeton Univ, ATC/POEM, Princeton, NJ; Mark E. Thompson, Univ of Southern California, Dept of Chemistry, Los Angeles, CA.

10:00 AM *D5.4
ON THE APPLICATION OF CHEMICALLY STABLE, LOW WORK FUNCTION ELECTRODES IN ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINESCENT DEVICES, James R. Sheats, Hewlett Packard Co, Palo Alto, CA; William A. Mackie, T. Xie, Linfield Research Inst, McMinnville, OR; Samir Anz, Hewlett Packard Co, Palo Alto, CA.

10:30 AM D5.5
PHOTOOXIDATION OF ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINESCENT MATERIALS: TRIS(8-HYDROXYQUINOLINE) ALUMINUM (ALQ3)., Igor Sokolik, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY; Alexander Couzis, City College of New York, Dept of Chemical Engr, New York, NY; Ching W. Tang, Eastman Kodak Co, Electronic Systems Div, Rochester, NY; Ardie D. Walser, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY; Roger Dorsinville, Richard Priestley, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY.

10:45 AM D5.6
ENVIRONMENTAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL EFFECTS INTO THE DEGRADATION MECHANISMS OF ALUMINUM QUINOLINE BASED LIGHT EMITTING DIODES, Fotios Papadimitrakopoulos, Univ of Connecticut, Inst of Materials Science, Storrs, CT; Keith A. Higginson, Univ of Connecticut, Dept of Chemical Engr, Storrs, CT; Xian-Man Zhang, Univ of Connecticut, Inst of Materials Science, Storrs, CT.

11:00 AM D5.7
EFFECTS OF METALS ON LUMINESCENCE OF ORGANIC MATERIALS*, Vi-En Choong, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Rochester, NY; Yongli Gao, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Physics &Astronomy, Rochester, NY; Bing R. Hsieh, Xerox Corporation, Wilson Ctr for Research & Tech, Webster, NY; Yongsup Park, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Rochester, NY; Klaus Mullen, Max-Planck-Inst, Polymerforschung, Mainz, GERMANY; Ching W. Tang, Eastman Kodak Co, Imaging Res & Advanced Dev, Rochester, NY.

11:15 AM D5.8
RECOVERY OF MOLECULAR PHOTOLUMINESCENCE BY THE OXIDATION OF METAL OVERLAYER: CA ON A PHENYLENE VINYLELE OLIGOMER*, Yongsup Park, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Rochester, NY; Ching W. Tang, Eastman Kodak Co, Imaging Res & Advanced Dev, Rochester, NY; Klaus Mullen, Max-Planck-Inst, Polymerforschung, Mainz, GERMANY; Bing R. Hsieh, Xerox Corporation, Wilson Ctr for Research & Tech, Webster, NY; Yongli Gao, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Physics &Astronomy, Rochester, NY; Vi-En Choong, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Rochester, NY.

11:30 AM *D5.9
ELECTRIC CURRENT INDUCED LIGHT EMISSION FROM C tex2html_wrap_inline829 , T. T.M. Palstra, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ; Robert C. Haddon, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Dept of Research, Murray Hill, NJ.

SESSION D6: ELECTRICAL DEVICES
Chair: James R. Sheats
Tuesday Afternoon, December 3, 1996
Republic B (S)
1:30 PM *D6.1
PENTACENE FILMS FOR HIGH MOBILITY ORGANIC THIN FILM TRANSISTORS, David J. Gundlach, Yen-Yi Lin, Thomas N. Jackson, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, University Park, PA; Shelby F. Nelson, Colby College, Dept of Physics, Waterville, ME.

2:00 PM *D6.2
SELF-ASSEMBLY STRATEGIES FOR FABRICATION OF MOLECULE-BASED DEVICES , David L. Allara, T. Dunbar, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, University Park, PA; J. Tour, Univ of South Carolina, Dept of Chemistry & Biochem, Columbia , SC; R. Lombardi, M. Reed, Yale Univ, Dept of Electical Engr, New Haven , CT; P. S. Weiss, M. Cygan, L. Bumm, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, University Park, PA; T. Burgin, Univ of South Carolina, Dept of Chemistry & Biochem, Columbia , SC.

2:30 PM D6.3
ORGANIC FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS WITH RELATIVELY HIGH MOBILITIES BASED ON METAL PHTHALOCYANINES, Zhenan Bao, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ; Andrew J. Lovinger, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ.

2:45 PM BREAK

3:15 PM D6.4
ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SELF ASSEMBLED BLMs DOPED WITH FULLERENES ON METAL AND GEL SUPPORTS, Angelica L. Ottova, Lei-Guang Wang, Xing Wang, H. Ti Tien, Michigan State Univ, Dept of Physiology, East Lansing, MI.

3:30 PM D6.5
INVALIDITY OF THE CONCEPT OF A COMMON VACUUM LEVEL AT ORGANIC/METAL INTERFACE BY UV-PHOTOEMISSION, Eisuke Ito, Nagoya Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Nagoya, JAPAN; Hisao Ishii, Inst for Molecular Science, Aichi, JAPAN; Yukio Ouchi, Kazuhiko Seki, Kazuyoshi Oichi, Nagoya Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Nagoya, JAPAN.

3:45 PM D6.6
STRUCTURAL VARIETY IN HIGH-MOBILITY ORGANIC TFT SEMICONDUCORS, Joyce G. Laquindanum, Howard E. Katz, Ananth Dodabalapur, Andrew J. Lovinger, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ.

4:00 PM D6.7
ELECTRONIC CONDUCTION IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL NETWORKS OF NANOMETER DIAMETER METAL CLUSTERS FORMED BY SELF-ASSEMBLY, David B. Janes, Venkat R. Kolagunta, Purdue Univ, School of Electrical & Computer Engr, West Lafayette, IN.

4:15 PM D6.8
SPECIFIC ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS GROWN FROM TETRATHIA-FULVALENIUM BROMIDE CRYSTALS, Michael J. Sailor, Univ of California-San Diego, Dept of Chemistry , La Jolla, CA; Christian Gurtner, Univ of California-San Diego, Dept of Chemistry , La Jolla, CA.

4:30 PM *D6.9
FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS CONSTRUCTED FROM PRECURSOR-ROUTE CONJUGATED POLYMERS, A. R. Brown, A. Pomp, D. M. de Leeuw, K. H. Chmil, C. M. Hart, Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhoven, NETHERLANDS.

SESSION D7: POSTER SESSION: SYNTHESIS AND CHEMISTRY
Tuesday Evening, December 3, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom/Constitution (S)
D7.1
SECONDARY DOPING IN ELASTOMERIC POLYANILINE BLENDS, Gerson Mantovani, Univ of Sao Paulo, Dept of Physics & Matls Science, San Paulo, BRAZIL; L.H. C. Mattoso, Univ de Sao Paulo, CNPDIA/EMBRAPA, Sao Carlos , BRAZIL.

D7.2
DO DOPANTS ENHANCE THE CORROSION INHIBITION PROCESS FOR ANILINE BASED COATINGS?, Lionel Leviarity, Susan A Jansen, John Kratz, Temple Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Philadelphia, PA.

D7.3
CORROSION PROTECTION OF IRON/STEEL BY EMERALDINE BASE POLYANILENE AND DERIVATIVES THEREOF: A PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY STUDY, Mats Fahlman, Arthur J. Epstein, Ohio State Univ, Dept of Physics, Columbus, OH.

D7.4
MODEL MECHANISM FOR ANTI-CORROSIVE PROPERTIES OF POLYANILINE AND TRIMERIC OLIGMERS, John Kratz, Susan A Jansen, L. Levarity, R. Valerio, Temple Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Philadelphia, PA; Y. Wei, Drexel Univ.

D7.5
STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF NEW DOUBLE-STRAND CONDUCTIVE POLYANILINE COMPLEXES FOR OPTICAL AND ELECTRICAL APPLICATIONS, Ning Ke, Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Dept of Electrical Engr, Shantin NT, Hong Kong; Huaibing Liu, Robert L. Clark, Sze C. Yang, Univ of Rhode Island, Dept of Chemistry, Kingston, RI.

D7.6
NEW MOLECULAR COMPLEX OF POLYANILINE AND A RANDOM ANIONIC COPOLYMER, Huaibing Liu, Sze C. Yang, Univ of Rhode Island, Dept of Chemistry, Kingston, RI.

D7.7
NEW MOLECULAR COMPLEX OF POLYANILINE AND A BLOCK COPOLYMER, Huaibing Liu, Sze C. Yang, Univ of Rhode Island, Dept of Chemistry, Kingston, RI.

D7.8
PROCESSING OF THE EMERALDINE BASE FORM OF POLYANILINE INTO HIGH STRENGTH HIGHLY CONDUCTIVE FIBER, Hsing-Lin Wang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Chem Sci & Tech DIv, Los Alamos, NM; Benjamin R. Mattes, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Chem Sci & Tech DIv, Los Alamos, NM; Michael F. Hundley, William R. Blumenthal, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Materials Science & Tech Div, Los Alamos, NM; Yuntian Zhu, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Materials Science & Tech Div, Los Alamos, NM.

D7.9
ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND MORPHOLOGY OF A SERIES OF CONDUCTING POLYMERS BASED ON FLUOROPHENYL THIOPHENES, Jeffrey G. Killian, Haripada Sarker, Yosef Gofer, Theodore O. Poehler, Peter C. Searson, Johns Hopkins Univ, Dept of MS&E, Baltimore, MD.

D7.10
ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF POLY(FLUOROPHENYL THIOPHENES), Yosef Gofer, Haripada Sarker, Jeffrey G. Killian, Theodore O. Poehler, Peter C. Searson, Johns Hopkins Univ, Dept of MS&E, Baltimore, MD.

D7.11
POLY(CYANOCARBYNE): A WATER SOLUBLE POLYCARBYNE NETWORK POLYMER, Scott A. Best, Brian L. Aldrich, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, University Park, PA; Patricia A. Bianconi, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, University Park, PA.

D7.12
POLY(CARBOXYLCARBYNE) - A WATER-SOLUBLE POLYCARBYNE NETWORK POLYMER AND ITS POTENTIAL AS A PRECURSOR TO CARBON-BASED CERAMIC MATERIALS, Brian L. Aldrich, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, University Park, PA; Patricia A. Bianconi, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, University Park, PA; Scott A. Best, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, University Park, PA.

D7.13
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF COPOLYMERS CONTAINING C tex2html_wrap_inline829 IN THE MAIN CHAIN, Kazuhiko Saigo, Univ of Tokyo, Dept of Chemistry & Biotech, Tokyo, JAPAN; Mari Ikuta, Masaki Ozawa, Kentaro Nakahara, Tatsuya Hasegawa, Koichi Kitazawa, Univ of Tokyo, Dept of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo, JAPAN; Minoru Hayashi, Univ of Tokyo, Dept of Chemistry & Biotech, Tokyo, JAPAN; Masao Nohara, Univ of Tokyo, Dept of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo, JAPAN.

D7.14
STRUCTURE, PROPERTIES AND CONDUCTIVITY OF PLASMA POLYMERIZED THIOPHENE, Michael S. Silverstein, Ecole Polytechnique , Dept of Engr Physics, Montreal, CANADA; Iris Visoly, Technion-Israel Inst of Tech, Dept of Matls Engr, Haifa, ISRAEL.

D7.15
ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTING DENDRIMER FILMS, Robert G. Duan, Larry L. Miller, Univ of Minnesota, Dept of Chemistry, Minneapolis, MN; Donald A. Tomalia, Michigan Molecular Inst, Midland, MI.

D7.16
MULTIFUNCTIONAL BLOCK COPOLYMERS, NEW CLASS OF ELECTRONIC POLYMERIC MATERIALS, Ishrat M. Khan, Michael Burke, Jean Li, Clark Atlanta Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Atlanta, GA; Saeed M. Khan, Kansas State Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, Manhattan, KS.

D7.17
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CONJUGATED PORPHYRIN CONTAINING COPOLYMER, Biwang Jiang, SUNY-Binghamton, Dept of Chemistry , Binghamton, NY; Ross Niver, SUNY-Binghamton, Inst for Materials Research, Binghamton, NY; Wayne E Jones, SUNY-Binghamton, Dept of Chemistry, Binghamton, NY.

D7.18
NEW CHROMIC POLYDIACETYLENE CRYSTALS , Nicholas Benfaremo, J. C. Stark, Venkataramani Shivshankar, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Chemistry, Lowell, MA; Jayant Kumar, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Physics, Lowell, MA; Daniel J. Sandman, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Chemistry, Lowell, MA.

D7.19
INVESTIGATION OF PHTALOCYANINE DOPED SiO tex2html_wrap_inline813 THIN FILMS GROWN BY SOL-GEL, Sandro Santucci, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Physics, L'Aquila , ITALY; C. R. Frascati, Frascati, ITALY; Sergio Di Nardo, P. Picozzi, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Physics, L'AQUILA, ITALY; L. Ottaviano, Univ di L'Aquila, Dipt Fisica, Coppito, ITALY; M. Passacantando, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Chemistry, L'Aquila, ITALY; Luca Lozzi, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Physics, L'Aquila, ITALY; Rosa Maria Montereali, ENEA, Centro Ricerche Frascati, Frascati, ITALY.

D7.21
ANOMALOUS SOLUBILITY BEHAVIOUR OF tex2html_wrap_inline837 AND tex2html_wrap_inline839 FULLERENES, Roger Doome, Facultes Univ N-D de la Paix, Dept de Chimie , Namur, BELGIUM; Sylvie Dermaut, Mohammed Hammida, Antonio Fonseca, Janos B. Nagy, Facultes Univ N-D de la Paix, Laboratoire de RMN, Namur, BELGIUM.

D7.22
INTERCALATION OF HYDROGEN INTO tex2html_wrap_inline837 FULLERENE, J. C. Wang, F. C. Chen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Energy Div, Oak Ridge, TN; X. Lu, R. O. Loutfy, E. Veksler, Materials & Electrochemical Res Corp, Tucson, AZ.

D7.23
TIME-RESOLVED CIDNP AND LASER FLASH PHOTOLYSIS STUDY OF PHOTOREACTIONS OF C tex2html_wrap_inline829 WITH TRIETHYLAMINE, Elena V. Nadolinnaya, Novosibirsk State Univ, Dept of Physics, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Alexandra V. Yurkovskaya, Yuri Pavlovich Tsentalovich, Renad Z. Sagdeev, International Tomography Center, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA.

D7.24
MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CROSSLINKED UNSATURATED POLYESTER CATALYZED BY tex2html_wrap_inline837 , Wei Zhao, Jinke Tang, Univ of New Orleans, Dept of Physics, New Orleans, LA; Sichu Li, C. J. O'Connor, Univ of New Orleans, Dept of Chemistry, New Orleans, LA; J. H. Zhang, Xavier Univ, Dept of Chemistry, New Orleans, LA.

D7.25
NEW CARBONACEOUS tex2html_wrap_inline847 -ELECTRON MATERIALS SYNTHESIZED AT TEMPERATURES AND THEIR ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS, Susumu Yoshimura, Masako Yudasaka, Rie Kikuchi, Yoshimasa Ohki, Nobusuke Yamada, Masahito Sano, Yu Hongan, Tomohiko Kaneko, Res Development Corp of Japan, ERATO, Kawasaki, JAPAN.

D7.26
SYNTHESIS AND STRUCTURE INVESTIGATION OF NITROFULLERENE, Marina Zhuravleva, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Igor Asanov, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Siberian Branch, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Olga Morozova, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Siberian Branch , Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Alexandr V. Okotrub, Yura V. Shevtsov, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Alexandra V. Yurkovskaya, International Tomography Center, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA.

D7.27
KINETIC CONTROL OF C tex2html_wrap_inline829 O AND C tex2html_wrap_inline829 O tex2html_wrap_inline813 FORMATIONS, Zdenek Slanina, Toyohashi Univ of Technology, Dept of Knowledge-Based Information Engr, Toyohashi, JAPAN; Shyi-Long Lee, National Chung Cheng Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Chia-Yi, TAIWAN; Filip Uhlik, Charles Univ, Faculity of Science, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC; Ludwik Adamowicz, Univ of Arizona, Dept of Chemistry, Tucson, AZ.

D7.28
METHOD OF FULLERENE CRYSTAL GROWTH FROM ORGANIC SOLVENTS, Alexandr Talyzin, P. P. Syrnikov, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, RAS, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA.

D7.29
MAGNETIC AND CONDUCTING SOLIDS WITH TRANSITION METALS AND NITRILE LIGANDS, Kim R. Dunbar, Hanhua Zhao, Robert A. Heintz, Gary M. Finniss, Michigan State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, East Lansing, MI.

D7.30
MAGNETIC PROPERTIES AND THIN FILM CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSITION METAL/TCNQ COMPLEXES, Roger D. Willett, Gregory Long, Washington State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Pullman, WA.

D7.31
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW CLASS OF POLY(ALKYL FERROCENES), Glen E. Southard, Univ of Michigan, Willard H. Dow Lab, Ann Arbor, MI; M. David Curtis, Jeffrey M. Kampf, Univ of Michigan, Dept of Chemistry, Ann Arbor, MI.

D7.32
BULK SYNTHESIS OF INORGANIC FULLERENE-LIKE MS tex2html_wrap_inline813 (M=Mo, W) FROM THE RESPECTIVE TRIOXIDES, Reshef Tenne, Weizmann Inst of Science, Dept of Matls Interfaces, Rehovot, ISRAEL; Y. Feldman, G. L. Frey, M. Homyonfer, V. Lyakhovitskaya, L. Margulis, Weizmann Inst of Science, Dept of Materials & Interfaces, Rehovot, ISRAEL; H. Cohen, Weizmann Inst of Science, Dept of Chemical Services, Rehovot, ISRAEL; G. Hodes, Weizmann Inst of Science, Dept of Materials & Interfaces, Rehovot, ISRAEL; J. L. Hutchison, Univ of Oxford, Dept of Materials, Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.

D7.33
C60 INTERACTION WITH TRANSITION METALS, Sean McGinnis, Lars Norin, Ulf Jansson, Jan-Otto Carlsson, Univ of Uppsala, Dept of Inorganic Chemistry, Uppsala, SWEDEN.

SESSION D8: SYNTHESIS AND CHEMISTRY
Chair: Lawrence K. Montgomery
Wednesday Morning, December 4, 1996
Republic B (S)
8:30 AM *D8.1
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL FULLERENES, Amos B. Smith, Univ of Pennsylvania, Dept of Chemistry, Philadelphia, PA.

9:00 AM *D8.2
CROWN ETHER FULLERENE DERIVATIVES: SYNTHESIS, LANGMUIR FILMS, AND SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS USING SUPRAMOLECULAR INTERATIONS, Luis Echegoyen, Univ of Miami, Dept of Chemistry, Coral Gables, FL.

9:30 AM *D8.3
VIEWING tex2html_wrap_inline837 AS A LARGE, ELECTRONEGATIVE ATOM, Christopher A. Reed, Univ of Southern California, Dept of Chemistry, Los Angeles, CA.

10:00 AM BREAK

10:30 AM *D8.4
COMBINING MOLECULAR RECOGNITION AND CONDUCTING POLYMERS: SUPRAMOLECULAR ASSEMBLIES AND SENSORY MATERIALS, Timothy M. Swager, MIT, Dept of Chemistry, Cambridge, MA.

11:00 AM *D8.5
SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES OF SELF-ASSEMBLED tex2html_wrap_inline847 -CONJUGATED OLIGOMERIC AND POLYMERIC ARCHITECTURES, Egbert W. Meijer, Eindhoven Univ of Technology, Organic Chemistry Lab, Eindhoven, NETHERLANDS.

11:30 AM D8.6
ELECTROCHEMICALLY FORMED C tex2html_wrap_inline829 POLYMERS, Kryzsztof Winkler, David A. Costa, Alan L. Balch, Ronald W. Fawcett, Univ of California-Davis, Dept of Chemistry, Davis, CA.

11:45 AM D8.7
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF POLY(1-ALKYL PYRRYLENE VINYLENE): ELECTRONIC VERSUS STERIC EFFECTS ON N-SUBSTITUTED POLYPYRROLE CONDUCTIVE POLYMERS, Ronald L. Elsenbaumer, Univ of Texas-Arlington, Dept of MS&E, Arlington, TX; In Tae Kim, Univ of Texas-Arlington, Dept of Chemistry & Biochem, Arlington, TX.

SESSION D9: ELECTRONIC AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES I
Chair: Vaaly Z. Vardeny
Wednesday Afternoon, December 4, 1996
Republic B (S)
1:30 PM *D9.1
ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF UHV GROWN C tex2html_wrap_inline829 /CONJUGATED OLIGOMER MULTILAYERS, Carlo Taliani, Roberto Zamboni, CNR, Inst di Spettrescopia Molecolare, Bologna, ITALY; Robert Marks, CNR, Inst di Spettroscopia Molecolare, Bologna, ITALY; Michele Muccini, CNR, Inst di Spettroscipia Molecolare, Bologna, ITALY; Reiner Mahrt, Philipps Univ Marburg, Dept of Physics, Marburg, GERMANY.

2:00 PM D9.2
PHOTOPHYSICS OF PARA-HEXAPHENYL, Wilhelm Graupner, Technical Univ, Inst fur Festkoerperphysik, Graz, AUSTRIA; Andrea Mura, Univ of Cagliari, Dept of Physical Sciences, Cagliari, ITALY; Sandro De Silvestri, Mauro Nisoli, Politecnico di Milano, CEQSE-CNR, Milano, ITALY; Alessandra Piaggi, Guglielmo Lanzani, Univ of Sassari, Dept of Mat & Physics, Sassari, ITALY; Guenther Leising, Farideh Meghdadi, Technical Univ, Inst for Solid State Physics, Graz, AUSTRIA.

2:15 PM D9.3
DYNAMICS OF TRAPPED POLARONS AND BOUND POLARON PAIRS IN tex2html_wrap_inline847 -CONJUGATED POLYMERS, Joseph Shinar, Iowa State Univ, Dept of Physics & Astronomy , Ames, IA; Jonathan Partee, Iowa State Univ, Dept of Physics, Ames, IA.

2:30 PM D9.4
SEMIEMPIRICAL QUANTUM CHEMISTRY MODELS OF EXCITON BINDING IN CONJUGATED POLYMERS , David Yaron, Eric Moore, Carnegie Mellon Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Pittsburgh, PA.

2:45 PM D9.5
ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES AND ENERGY LEVEL ALIGNMENT OF PORPHYRIN / METAL INTERFACES STUDIED BY UV PHOTOEMSSION, Hisao Ishii, Inst for Molecular Science, Aichi, JAPAN; Kazuhiko Seki, Nagoya Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Aichi, JAPAN; Kazuo Yamashita, Yutaka Harima, Hiroshima Univ, Dept of Environmental Science,; Takafumi Miyazaki, Toyama Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Toyama, JAPAN; Shinji Hasegawa, Inst for Molecular Science, Okazaki, JAPAN; Yukio Ouchi, Masaki Sei, Satoru Narioka, Daisuke Yoshimura, Nagoya Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Nagoya, JAPAN.

3:00 PM BREAK

3:30 PM D9.6
LUMINESCENCE OF ULTRATHIN ORGANIC FILMS: ORDERED PERYLENE DYES ON SINGLE CRYSTAL SUBSTRATES, Andrew S. Back, Neal R. Armstrong, Univ of Arizona, Dept of Chemistry, Tucson, AZ; Derck Schlettwein, Univ Bremen, Dept of Chemistry, Bremen, GERMANY; Paul Lee, Univ of Arizona, Dept of Chemistry, Tucson, AZ; Torsten Fritz, Technische Univ Dresden, Inst Angewandte Photophysik, Dresden, GERMANY.

3:45 PM D9.7
CHEMICAL SELF-ASSEMBLY FOR METAL NANOPARTICLE RESONATOR-MOLECULE STRUCTURES ON WAVEGUIDE ''OPTICAL CHEMICAL BENCHES'', Mark P. Andrews, Russell Tuling, McGill Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Montreal, CANADA; Todd R. Marder, Chaoyang Dai, Univ of Waterloo, Dept of Chemistry, Waterloo, CANADA; Todd Brown, Mark G. Kuzyk, Washington State Univ, Dept of Physics, Pullman, WA.

4:00 PM D9.8
SELF-ASSEMBLED, MOLECULAR AND MACROMOLECULAR CONJUGATED OPTICAL MATERIALS AND THEIR NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES, DeQuan Li, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CST-4, Los Alamos, NM; Duncan W. McBranch, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CST-6, Los Alamos, NM; C. Thomas Buscher, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CST-4, Los Alamos, NM; Xiaoguang Yang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CST-1, Los Alamos, NM.

4:15 PM D9.9
NOVEL EPOXY POLYMERS WITH LARGE AND STABLE SECOND ORDER NLO PROPERTIES, Sukant K. Tripathy, Xiaogong Wang, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Chemistry, Lowell, MA; Jayant Kumar, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Physics, Lowell, MA; Lian Li, J. Chen, S. Marturunkakul, Molecular Technologies Inc, Lowell, MA.

4:30 PM D9.10
RHOMBOHEDRAL C tex2html_wrap_inline829 POLYMER: A NEW SEMICONDUCTING SOLID CARBON, Susumu Okada, Susumu Saito, Tokyo Inst of Technology, Dept of Physics, Tokyo, JAPAN.

4:45 PM D9.11
PHASE TRANSITION AND CRITICAL POINT IN ULTRA-THIN FERROELECTRIC POLYMER LANGMUIR-BLODGETT FILMS, Alexander V. Bune, Stephen Ducharme, Univ of Nebraska, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Lincoln, NE; Vladimir M. Fridkin, Lev M. Blinov, Sergey Palto, N. Petukhova, Sergey Yudin, Inst of Crystallography, Moscow, RUSSIA.

SESSION D10: POSTER SESSION: ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES
Wednesday Evening, December 4, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom/Constitution (S)
D10.1
SPECTRAL HOLE-BURNING AND OPTICAL ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY OF tex2html_wrap_inline869 :PMMA COMPLEXES, A. V. Carpenter, City College of New York, Dept of Physics, New York, NY; Alexey V. Turukhin, City College of New York, Dept of Physics,; Aushel A. Gorokhovsky, R. R. Alfano, City College of New York, Dept of Physics, New York, NY; T. Y. Chu, Yoshi Okamoto, Polytechnic Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Brooklyn, NY.

D10.2
NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF SOME FUSED HETEROCYCLIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS, Mamoun M. Bader, Univ of the United Emirates, Dept of Chemistry, Al-Ain, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.

D10.3
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FULLERENE BASED SILICA GLASS COMPOSITES FOR OPTICAL LIMITING APPLICATIONS, Marina N. Grigorova, Benjamin R. Mattes, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Chem Sci & Tech DIv, Los Alamos, NM; Laura Smilowitz, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM; Jeanne M. Robinson, Victor I. Klimov, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Chem Sci & Tech DIv, Los Alamos, NM; Duncan W. McBranch, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CST-6, Los Alamos, NM; Aaron C. Koskelo, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Chem Sci & Tech DIv, Los Alamos, NM.

D10.4
THE EFFECT OF INTERMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS ON THE NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC MATERIALS: A CASE STUDY ON THE 2-METHYL-4-NITROANILINE (MNA) CRYSTAL , Mamoun M. Bader, Univ of the United Emirates, Dept of Chemistry, Al-Ain, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES; Tomoyuki Hamada, Atsushi Kakuta, Yuzo Itoh, Organic Materials, Hitachi City, JAPAN.

D10.5
THIOPHENE-BASED NOVEL SECOND ORDER NONLINEAR OPTICAL MATERIALS MODELED BY tex2html_wrap_inline871 QUANTUM MECHANICAL CALCULATIONS, Shashi P. Karna, USAF Phillips Laboratory, VTE, Kirtland AFB, NM.

D10.6
ELECTROABSORPTION DETERMINATION OF tex2html_wrap_inline873 OF POLYMERIC FILM, Ke Yang, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Physics, Lowell, MA; Dong-Wook Cheong, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Chemistry, Lowell, MA; Jayant Kumar, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Physics, Lowell, MA; Sukant K. Tripathy, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Chemistry, Lowell, MA.

D10.7
DEVELOPMENT OF HYBRID POROUS AND NON-POROUS POLYSILSESQUIOXANE XEROGELS WITH NANO-SIZED SEMICONDUCTOR OR METAL PARTICLES FOR OPTICAL APPLICATIONS, K. M. Choi, NIST, Polymers Div, Gaithersburg, MD; A. V. Apkarian, R. Zadoyan, Kenneth J. Shea, Univ of California-Irvine, Dept of Chemistry, Irvine, CA.

D10.8
ORGANIC NONLINEAR OPTICAL CRYSTAL MHBA FOR COMPACT BLUE VIOLET LASER, Duorong Yuan, Shandong Univ, Inst of Crystal Materials, Shandong, CHINA; Dong Xu, Shandong Univ, Inst of Crystal Matls, Jinan, CHINA; Nan Zhang, Shandong Univ, Inst of Crystals Matls, Jinan, CHINA; Mingguo Liu, Minhua Jiang, Shandong Univ, Inst of Crystal Matls, Jinan, CHINA.

D10.9
AN EFFICIENT COMPLEX CRYSTAL FOR LASER DIODE FREQUENCY DOUBLING, Duorong Yuan, Shandong Univ, Inst of Crystal Materials, Shandong, CHINA; Dong Xu, Mingguo Liu, Shandong Univ, Inst of Crystal Matls, Jinan, CHINA; Fong Qi, Shandong Univ, Inst of Crystal Matls & Nat Lab of Crystal Materials, Shandong, P.R. CHINA; Minhua Jiang, Shandong Univ, Inst of Crystal Matls, Jinan, CHINA.

D10.10
ELECTROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND APPLICATION OF ORGANIC POLYPYRROLE FILM, Mykola T. Dehtyaruk, Anatoliy S. Litovchenko, Inst of Geochemistry, Dept of Minerology & Ore Formation, Kiev, UKRAINE.

D10.11
ULTRAFAST OPTICAL KERR EFFECT OF PLASMA POLYMERIZED CONJUGATED POLYNITRILES, Hui-Ying Chen, Peking Univ, College of Chemistry & Molecular Engrg, Beijing, CHINA; Xiong-Yian Zhao, Yuan-Kang He, Peking Univ, Dept of Polymer Science, Beijing, CHINA; Ying-hua Zou, Peking Univ, Dept of Physics, Beijing, CHINA.

D10.12
ELECTRICAL CONDUCTION OF POLYPYRROLE/SULFATED POLY( tex2html_wrap809 -HYDROXYETHERS) COMPOSITES, Takafumi Koshiba, Ciba-Geigy Japan Ltd, Analitics Unit/Inatl Res Lab, Takarazuka, JAPAN; Hitoshi Yamato, Wolfgang Wernet, Kunihiko Kodama, Ciba-Geigy Japan Ltd, Dept of New Materials Res, Takarazuka, JAPAN.

D10.13
CHARGE TRANSFER IN SOME ORGANIC COMPOUNDS DETERMINED BY RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY, Raul Gomez, UNAM, Dept of Physics, Mexico DF, MEXICO; M. Quintana, UNAM, Facultad de Ciencias, Mexico, MEXICO; R. Ridaura, UNAM, Inst di Quimica, Mexico, MEXICO; M. L. Marquina, M. Jimenez, UNAM, Dept of Physics, Mexico, MEXICO; S. Aburto, Vivianne Marquina, UNAM, Fac de Ciencias, Mexico, MEXICO; Jacobo Gomez-Lara, UNAM, Inst of Chemistry, Mexico DF, MEXICO; B. Reyna, A. Cogordan, UNAM, Inst de Quimica, Mexico, MEXICO.

D10.14
CHARGE TRANSFER IN FULLERENE FILMS, Oleg A. Gudaev, Inst of Automation & Electrometry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Valery K. Malinovsky, Automation & Electrometry Inst, RAS, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Alexandr V. Okotrub, Yura V. Shevtsov, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA.

D10.15
PREDICTION OF ABSORPTION SPECTRA FOR SUBSTITUTED NICKEL DITHIOLENES, Ruth Pachter, Air Force Wright Laboratory, Materials Directorate WL/MLPJ, Wright Patterson AFB, OH; Steven Trohalaki, Robert Zellmer, Air Force Wright Laboratory, Materials Directorate, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.

D10.16
ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF FERROELECTRIC POLYURETHANES, Ambalangodage C. Jayasuriya, Shigeru Tasaka, N. Inagaki, Shizuoka Univ, Dept of Materials Science, Hamamatsu, JAPAN.

D10.17
STUDIES ON ORIENTED DOMAIN ORGANIC POLYMER-FERROELECTRIC COMPOSITE FILMS, Ganiyu A. Hanidu, Hampton Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, Hampton, VA; Satish C. Mathur, Calvin W. Lowe, Hampton Univ, Dept of Physics, Hampton, VA.

D10.18
CHARACTERIZATION OF METHYLATED POLY(NONYLBITHIAZOLE) (MPNBT), Jo Anna Johnson, Univ of Michigan, Dept of Physics & Chemistry, Novi, MI; David C. Martin, Univ of Michigan, Dept of MS&E, Ann Arbor, MI; L. Gonzalez, M. D. Curtis, Haitao Cheng, Univ of Michigan, Dept of Chemistry, Ann Arbor, MI.

D10.19
ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF FULLERENE-CONTAINING POLYSTYRENES IN INITIAL AND IODINE-DOPED STATES., Nick B. Mironkov, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, St Petersburg, RUSSIA; Ludmila V. Vinogradova, Elena Yu. Melenevskaya, Vladimir N. Zgonnik, Inst of Macromolecular Compounds, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA; Andrej N. Aleshin, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, St.Petersburg, RUSSIA.

D10.20
CONDUCTIVITY OF PRESSURE-POLYMERIZED C tex2html_wrap_inline829 , Sergey A. Rymarev, State Technical Univ, Dept of Radiophysics, St Petersburg, RUSSIA; Tatiana L. Makarova, Nikolay J. Nemchuk, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, Dept of Solid State Electronics, St Petersburg, RUSSIA; Vul' Ya. Alexander, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, Solid State Electronics, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA; Valerii A. Davydov, Inst of High Pressure Physics, RAS, Troitsk, RUSSIA; Prikhodko V. Alexander, State Technical Univ, Dept of Physical, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA.

D10.21
THERMAL STABILITY OF FULLERENE-BASED CONDUCTIVE INTERPENETRATING NETWORKS, Lee Y. Wang, National Taiwan Univ, Ctr for Condensed Matter Sci, Taipei, TAIWAN; C. S. Kuo, Long Y. Chiang, National Taiwan Univ, Ctr for Condensed Matter Sciences, Taipei, TAIWAN.

D10.22
HIGH PRESSURE STUDIES ON AMORPHOUS CONDUCTING CARBON FILMS, S. V. Subramanyam, Somnath Bhattacharyya, Indian Inst of Science, Dept of Physics, Karnataka , INDIA.

D10.23
ANOMALOUS MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF AMORPHOUS CARBON, S. V. Subramanyam, Somnath Bhattacharyya, Indian Inst of Science, Dept of Physics, Karnataka , INDIA.

D10.24
PYROELECTRIC CURRENT IN ORIENTED DOMAIN COMPOSITE FILMS OF PURE AND DOPED TRIGLYCENE SULPHATE AND POLYSTYRENE (PSTGS), Adebisi O. Oladipupo, Hampton Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, Hampton, VA; Satish C. Mathur, Calvin W. Lowe, Hampton Univ, Dept of Physics, Hampton, VA.

D10.25
DIELECTRIC PERMITTIVITY AND AC CONDUCTIVITY OF POLYSTERENE THIN FILMS WITH DISPERSED TGS POWDER AT 1 MHz - 1.3 GHz, Racchedine Mohammed, Hampton Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, Hampton, VA; Satish C. Mathur, Calvin W. Lowe, Hampton Univ, Dept of Physics, Hampton, VA.

D10.26
COMPARISONS OF N-STATE MODELS FOR THE NONLINEAR OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC MATERIALS, Kim F. Ferris, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA; Gregory J. Exarhos, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Energy & Environmental Sciences Div, Richland, WA; Steven M. Risser, John Wolfgang, East Texas State Univ, Dept of Physics, Commerce, TX.

D10.27
SELF-ASSEMBLED POLYMER/GRAPHITE OXIDE MULTILAYER COMPOSITES: TRANSITION BETWEEN CONDUCTIVE AND NONCONDUCTIVE STATES, Nicholas A. Kotov, G. Zavala, Syracuse Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Syracuse, NY; I. Dekany, A. Jozsef Univ, Dept of Colloidal Chemistry, Szeged, HUNGARY; J. Fendler, Syracuse Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Syracuse, NY.

D10.28
APPLICATION OF AFM FOR PATTERNING AND RESISTIVITY MAPPING OF THIN GRAPHITE OXIDE FILMS, G. Zavala, Nicholas A. Kotov, Janos H. Fendler, Syracuse Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Syracuse, NY; I. Dekany, A. Jozsef Univ, Dept of Colloidal Chemistry, Szeged, HUNGARY.

D10.29
BISTABILITY OF LANGMUIR-BLODGETT FILMS OF A NEW D- tex2html_wrap_inline847 -A MOLECULE BASED ON BENZOTHIAZOLE AND TRICY ANOQUINODIMETHANE, Hiroaki Tachibana, Robert M. Metzger, Will Hungerford, M. V. Lakshmikantham, Univ of Alabama, Dept of Chemistry, Tuscaloosa, AL; M. P. Cava, Univ of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.

D10.30
BOND DISTORTION AND ELECTRONIC STATE OF 1,2-C60 DIMER DIANION, Kee Hag Lee, Wang Ro Lee, Han Myoung Lee, Sung Soo Park, WonKwang Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Chon Buk, SOUTH KOREA; Xin Sun, Fudan Univ, Dept of Physics, Shanghai-City, China.

SESSION D11: MECHANICAL, MORPHOLOGICAL, STRUCTURAL, AND VIBRATIONAL PROPERTIES
Chair: Katsumi Tanigaki
Thursday Morning, December 5, 1996
Republic B (S)
8:30 AM *D11.1
VIBRATIONAL MODES OF SINGLE WALL CARBON NANOTUBES, A. M. Rao, Univ of Kentucky, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Lexington, KY; S. Bandow, Inst for Molecular Science, Osaka, JAPAN; P. C. Eklund, Keith Williams, E. Richter, M. Menon, K. R. Subbaswamy, Univ of Kentucky, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Lexington, KY; Gene Dresselhaus, MIT, Dept of Physics, Cambridge, MA; A. Thass, Rice Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Houston, TX; Richard E. Smalley, Rice Univ, Dept of Chemistry & Physics, Houston, TX.

9:00 AM D11.2
ALKALI METAL DOPING OF PHOTOPOLYMERIZED tex2html_wrap_inline837 , G. P. Lopinski, National Research Council, Steacie Inst ofor Molecular Sciencec, Ottawa, CANADA; J. R. Fox, J. S. Lannin, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Physics, University Park, PA.

9:15 AM D11.3
CHARGE TRANSFER AND CONDUCTIVITY OF TRANSITION METAL FULLERIDES Fe tex2html_wrap_inline817 C tex2html_wrap_inline829 , Ni tex2html_wrap_inline817 C tex2html_wrap_inline829 AND Cu tex2html_wrap_inline817 C tex2html_wrap_inline829 FILMS, Wei Zhao, Jinke Tang, Univ of New Orleans, Dept of Physics, New Orleans, LA; Alexander U. Falster, William B. Simmons, Univ of New Orleans, Dept of Geology & Geophysics, New Orleans, LA.

9:30 AM D11.4
MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CRYSTALLINE TDAE- tex2html_wrap_inline837 , Madoka Tokumoto, Electrotechnical Laboratory, Superconducting Materials Section, Ibaraki, JAPAN; A. Omerzu, K. Pokhodnia, D. Mihailovic, Jozef Stefan Inst, Ljubljana, SLOVENIA.

9:45 AM BREAK

10:15 AM D11.5
NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE STRATEGIES FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF LITHIUM-INTERCALATED MICROPOROUS CARBONS, Sophia Eugenie Hayes, Hellmut Eckert, Univ of California-Santa Barbara, Dept of Chemistry, Santa Barbara, CA.

10:30 AM D11.6
GRAPHITE NANOFIBERS-THE ANSWER TO HYDROGEN STORAGE, Nelly M. Rodriguez, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Chemical Engr, University Park, PA; Alan Chambers, Pennsylvania State Univ, University Park, PA.

10:45 AM D11.7
ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY OF EVAPORATED PENTACENE THIN FILMS, Shelby F. Nelson, Colby College, Dept of Physics, Waterville, ME; Thomas N. Jackson, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, University Park, PA; Carrie H. Heyman, Colby College, Dept of Physics, Waterville, ME; Yen-Yi Lin, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, University Park, PA; David J. Grundlach, Pennsylvania State Univ, Electronic Materials & Processing Research Lab, University Park, PA.

11:00 AM D11.8
PATTERNING OF ORGANIC MOLECULAR FILMS BY SELECTIVE EPITAXIAL GROWTH, Toshihiro Shimada, Atsushi Koma, Univ of Tokyo, Dept of Chemistry, Tokyo, JAPAN.

11:15 AM D11.9
LATERAL FORCE MICROSCOPY CHARACTERIZATION OF MICRO-CONTACT PRINTED PATTERNED MOLECULAR FILMS, Atul N. Parikh, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Chemical Science & Tech, Los Alamos, NM; Georg Bar, Albert-Ludwigs-Univ, Freiburger Materialforschungszentrum FMF, Freiburg, GERMANY; Basil I. Swanson, Thomas A. Zawodzinski, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Matls Science & Tech, Los Alamos, NM.

11:30 AM D11.10
INTERFACE INTERACTION OF EPITAXIAL C tex2html_wrap_inline829 FILMS WITH METAL SURFACES STUDIED BY PHOTOEMISSION SPECTROSCOPY, Kadosa Hevesi, P. Rudolf, J. Pireaux, R. Caudano, Facultes Univ N-D de la Paix, LISE, Namur, BELGIUM; A. Fardelli, Nicola Zema, M. Pedio, CNR, Frascati, ITALY.

11:45 AM D11.11
PROPERTIES OF SUPERHARD AND ULTRAHARD CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES CREATED FROM SOLID tex2html_wrap_inline837 AND THEIR APPLICATIONS, Sergei Buga, Vladimir Blank, Research Ctr for Superhard Materials, Troitsk, RUSSIA; Nadejda Seregrynaya, Research Ctr for Superhard Materials, Physics of Phase Transitions, Troitsk, RUSSIA; Gennadiy Dubitsky, Research Ctr for Superhard Materials, Synthesis of New Superhard Lab, Troitsk, RUSSIA; Rustem Bagramov, Research Ctr for Superhard Materials, Phase Transitions Physics Lab, Troitsk, RUSSIA; Michael Popov, Research Ctr for Superhard Materials, Phase Transition Physics Lab, Troitsk, RUSSIA; Vyacheslav Prokhorov, Research Ctr for Superhard Materials, Troitsk, RUSSIA; Vladimir Reshetov, Research Ctr for Superhard Materials, Phase Transition Physics Lab, Troitsk, RUSSIA; Boris Marvin, Victor Denisov, Aleksei Ivlev, Inst of Spectroscopy, Vibration Spectra Condenced Matter, Troitsk, RUSSIA.

SESSION D12: LIGHT EMISSION AND LEDs III
Chair: Dan Davidov
Thursday Afternoon, December 5, 1996
Republic B (S)
1:30 PM D12.1
CHARGE DISTRIBUTIONS, CURRENTS AND EFFICIENCY OF ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DIODES, J. C. Scott, S. Karg, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA; S. A. Carter, Univ of California-Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA.

1:45 PM *D12.2
HIGHLY EFFICIENT LIGHT-EMITTING ORGANIC COMPOSITES, Zakya Kafafi, Hideyuki Murata, Charles D. Merritt, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC.

2:15 PM D12.3
PHOTO- AND ELECTROLUMINESCENCE OF NEW LANTHANIDE(III)-ORGANIC COMPLEXES, Andrew Edwards, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY; Igor Sokolik, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY; Roger Dorsinville, City College of New York, Dept of Electrical Engr, New York, NY; C. Claude, Polytechnic Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Brooklyn, NY; T. Y. Chu, Yoshi Okamoto, Polytechnic Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Brooklyn, NY.

2:30 PM D12.4
ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL STUDIES OF ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICES USING A NEW, AIR STABLE, LOW WORK FUNCTION CATHODE, Khashayar Pakbaz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Dept of Physics & Space Technology, Livermore, CA; Howard W.H. Lee, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Photonics Group, Livermore , CA; Ronald G. Musket, Glenn A. Fox, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Dept of Chem & Matls Science, Livermore , CA; Anthony F. Bernhardt, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Physics & Space Technology, Livermore, CA; Ann M. Lee, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Dept of Chem & Matls Science, Livermore, CA.

2:45 PM D12.5
UV PHOTOEMISSION STUDY OF ORGANIC/METAL INTERFACES RELATED TO ELECTROLUMINESCENT DEVICES, Kazuhiko Seki, Kiyoshi Sugiyama, Daisuke Yoshimura, Eisuke Ito, Nagoya Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Aichi, JAPAN; Takafumi Miyazaki, Toyama Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Toyama, JAPAN; Ikuko Kawamoto, Yukiko Hamatani, Yukio Ouchi, Nagoya Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Nagoya, JAPAN; Hisao Ishii, Inst for Molecular Science, Aichi, JAPAN.

3:00 PM D12.6
THERMALLY STABLE BLUE-EMITTING POLYMERS FOR OLED'S, Robert D. Miller, M. Kreyenschmidt, S. Karg, J. C. Scott, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA.

3:15 PM BREAK

3:45 PM D12.7
PREPARATION OF THIN ELECTROLUMINESCENT POLYMER FILMS USED IN LIGHT EMITTING DIODES BY CHEMICAL VAPOR DEPOSITION, Kathleen M. Vaeth, Klavs F. Jensen, MIT, Dept of Chemical Engr, Cambridge, MA.

4:00 PM D12.8
ENHANCED LUMINESCENCE EFFICIENCY OF POLY(p-PHENYLENEVINYLENE) BY CONVERSION IN ULTRACLEAN CONDITIONS, Santos F. Alvarado, IBM Zurich, Research Div, Ruschlikon, SWITZERLAND; Walter Rieb, IBM Zurich, Ruschlikon, SWITZERLAND; Paul F. Seidler, IBM Zurich, Research Div, Ruschlikon, SWITZERLAND; Peter Strohriegl, IBM Zurich, Ruschlikon, SWITZERLAND.

4:15 PM D12.9
A STUDY OF ELECTROLUMINESCENT CHARACTERISTICS OF POLY(OCTYLTHIOPHENE-3-CARBOXYLATE) WITH EMPHASIS ON FAILURE MECHANISMS IN POLYMER LIGHT EMITTING DIODES, Ramesh K. Kasim, Ronald L. Elsenbaumer, Univ of Texas-Arlington, Dept of MS&E, Arlington, TX; Yang Cheng, Martin Pomerantz, Univ of Texas-Arlington, Dept of Chemistry & Biochem, Arlington, TX; Jin-Jian Chen, Univ of North Texas, Dept of Chemistry, Denton, TX.

4:30 PM D12.10
ELECTROCHEMICAL AND ELECTROLUMINESCENT PROPERTIES OF POLYBITHIAZOLE AND ITS N-METHYLATED DERIVATIVE, M. David Curtis, Haitao Cheng, Univ of Michigan, Dept of Chemistry, Ann Arbor, MI; Ramesh K. Kasim, Ronald L. Elsenbaumer, Univ of Texas-Arlington, Dept of MS&E, Arlington, TX.

4:45 PM D12.11
POLYMER LED DEVICES MADE BY MODIFYING ALKYL ETHERS OF PHENYLVINYLENE WITH SUBSTITUTED PHENYL THIOPHENES., Haripada Sarker, Ivan W Ong, Peter C. Searson, Theodore O. Poehler, Johns Hopkins Univ, Dept of MS&E, Baltimore, MD.

SESSION D13: POSTER SESSION: ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND PROCESSES
Thursday Evening, December 5, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom/Constitution (S)
D13.1
NATURE OF THE LOW-LYING TRIPLET STATE IN tex2html_wrap_inline847 -CONJUGATED POLYMERS, Jonathan Partee, Iowa State Univ, Dept of Physics, Ames, IA; Joseph Shinar, Iowa State Univ, Dept of Physics & Astronomy , Ames, IA; S. W. Jessen, Arthur J. Epstein, Ohio State Univ, Dept of Physics, Columbus, OH; Wilhelm Graupner, Technical Univ, Inst fur Festkoerperphysik, Graz, AUSTRIA; Guenther Leising, Technical Univ, Inst for Solid State Physics, Graz, AUSTRIA.

D13.2
DYNAMICS OF LONG-LIVED POLARONS IN POLY(P-PHENYLENE) (LPPP)-TYPE LADDER POLYMERS, Jonathan Partee, Iowa State Univ, Dept of Physics, Ames, IA; Joseph Shinar, Iowa State Univ, Dept of Physics & Astronomy , Ames, IA; Wilhelm Graupner, Technical Univ, Inst fur Festkoerperphysik, Graz, AUSTRIA; Guenther Leising, Technical Univ, Inst for Solid State Physics, Graz, AUSTRIA; U. Scherf, Max-Planck-Inst, For Polymerforschung, Mainz, GERMANY.

D13.3
PHYSICAL BASIS FOR EXCITON QUANTUM SIZE EFFECTS IN ULTRATHIN MOLECULAR ORGANIC FILMS, Zilan Shen, Stephen R. Forrest, Princeton Univ, ATC/POEM, Princeton, NJ.

D13.4
LOCALIZED AND EXTENDED EXCITONS IN THIN FILMS AND SOLUTIONS OF AN ARCHETYPE ORGANIC MOLECULAR CRYSTAL, V. Bulovic, Stephen R. Forrest, Princeton Univ, ATC/POEM, Princeton, NJ; Paul E. Burrows, Princeton Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr, Princeton, NJ; J. A. Cronin, Mark E. Thompson, Univ of Southern California, Dept of Chemistry, Los Angeles, CA.

D13.5
3-D STRUCTURAL MODELS OF SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS: PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF LAYERED, CRYSTALLINE SILVER N-ALKANETHIOLATES, Atul N. Parikh, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Chemical Science & Tech, Los Alamos, NM; Basil I. Swanson, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Chemical Sci & Technology, Los Alamos, NM; Thomas A. Zawodzinski, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Matls Science & Tech, Los Alamos, NM; Geofferey F. Strouse, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Chemical Sci & Technology, Los Alamos, NM; Russell W. Cutts, Shai Rubin, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Matls Science & Tech, Los Alamos, NM.

D13.6
AB INITIO STUDIES OF ALKYNYL PORPHYRINS AND METALLOPHTHALOCYANINES, Zhiqiang Wang, Ruth Pachter, Paul N. Day, Air Force Wright Laboratory, Materials Directorate WL/MLPJ, Wright Patterson AFB, OH.

D13.7
C tex2html_wrap_inline901 AND C tex2html_wrap_inline903 : RELATIVE STABILITIES OF THEIR IPR ISOMERS, Zdenek Slanina, Toyohashi Univ of Technology, Dept of Knowledge-Based Information Engr, Toyohashi, JAPAN; Shyi-Long Lee, National Chung Cheng Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Chia-Yi, TAIWAN; Mitsuho Yoshida, Toyohashi Univ of Technology, Dept of Information Engr, Toyohashi, JAPAN; Eiji Osawa, Toyohashi Univ of Technology, Dept Information Engr, Toyohashi, JAPAN.

D13.8
NEXAFS STUDIES OF HIGHER FULLERENES UP TO C96 INCLUDING ISOMER-SEPARTED SPECIMENS, Kazuhiko Seki, Ryuichi Mitsumoto, Hiroshi Oji, Ikuko Mori, Yasushi Yamamoto, Kumiko Asato, Yukio Ouchi, Hisanori Shinohara, Nagoya Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Aichi, JAPAN; Shigeru Nagase, Koichi Kikuchi, Yohji Achiba, Tokyo Metropolitan Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Hachioji, JAPAN.

D13.9
STRUCTURE AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF tex2html_wrap_inline905 AND tex2html_wrap_inline907 DETERMINED BY tex2html_wrap_inline871 QUANTUM MECHANICAL CALCULATIONS, Shashi P. Karna, USAF Phillips Laboratory, VTE, Kirtland AFB, NM; Brett I. Dunlap, Naval Research Laboratory, Code 6179, Washington, DC.

D13.10
THE JAHN-TELLER EFFECT IN THE C tex2html_wrap_inline815 O MOLECULE, Alipio G. Calles, UNAM, Dept of Physics, Mexico, MEXICO; Jorge R. Soto, UNAM, Dept de Fisica, Mexico, MEXICO; Jorge J. Castro, IPN, Dept de Fisica, Mexico DF, MEXICO.

D13.11
ELECTRONIC BEHAVIOR OF [8] ANNULENE AND ITS ANIONS, Roberto Salcedo, UNAM, Dept of Polymer, Mexico, MEXICO; Luis E. Sansores, UNAM, Inst de Inv en Materiales, Mexico, MEXICO.

D13.12
A PECULIAR GEOMETRY FOR tex2html_wrap_inline913 , Roberto Salcedo, UNAM, Dept of Polymer, Mexico, MEXICO; Luis E. Sansores, UNAM, Inst de Inv en Materiales, Mexico, MEXICO.

D13.13
COPPER DOPING EFFECT ON PHASE TRANSITION IN FULLERENE FILMS, Oleg A. Gudaev, Inst of Automation & Electrometry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; V. K. Malinovsky, A. V. Okotrub, Yu. V. Shevtsov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Automation & Electrometry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA.

D13.14
X-RAY SPECTROSCOPIC AND QUANTUM-CHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF ELECTRON STRUCTURE OF HALOGENFULLERENES AND NITROFULLERENES, Alexander Okotrub, Igor Asanov, Lubov Bulusheva, Lev Mazalov, Yura Shevtsov, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA.

SESSION D14: POSTER SESSION: MECHANICAL, MORPHOLOGICAL, STRUCTURAL, AND VIBRATIONAL PROPERTIES
Thursday Evening, December 5, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom/Constitution (S)
D14.1
RHEOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS INTO ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYMER BLENDS, Antony P. Chacko, Clemson Univ, School of Textiles & Fiber Polymer Sci, Clemson, SC; Richard V. Gregory, Clemson Univ, School of Textiles Fiber & Polymer Science, Clemson, SC.

D14.2
INFLUENCE OF OXIDATION STATE ON THE PROCESSING AND MORPHOLOGY OF POLYANILINE FILMS, Stephen S. Hardaker, Richard V. Gregory, Clemson Univ, School of Textiles Fiber & Polymer Science, Clemson, SC.

D14.3
ROTATIONAL BARRIERS AND CONJUGATION LENGTHS IN POLYPHENYLENE OLIGOMERS, Susan T. Pasco, Gregory L. Baker, Michigan State Univ, Dept of Chemistry, East Lansing, MI.

D14.4
INFRARED AND RAMAN STUDIES OF PRESSURE-INDUCED FULLERENE POLYMERS, A. M. Rao, P. C. Eklund, Univ of Kentucky, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, Lexington, KY; L. Marques, J. L. Hodeau, CNRS, Lab de Cristallographie, Grenoble, FRANCE; M. Nunez-Regueiro, CNRS, EPM-Matformag, Grenoble, FRANCE.

D14.5
AROMATIC CRYPTAND MOLECULES DEPOSITED ON HOPG: 1D AND 2D SELF ASSEMBLED STRUCTURES, Didier Stievenard, CNRS, Dept ISEN UMR 9929, Villencuve, FRANCE; L. Markey, A. DeVos, M. Lannoo, F. DeMol, M. de Backer, CNRS, Dept ISEN UMR 9929, Villeneuve, FRANCE.

D14.6
SURFACE MORPHOLOGY OF CHROMIC POLYDIACETYLENE (PDA) SINGLE CRYSTALS, Venkataramani Shivshankar, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Chemistry, Lowell, MA; Changmo Sung, Univ of Massachusetts, Center for Advanced Materials, Lowell, MA; Jayant Kumar, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Physics, Lowell, MA; Sukant K. Tripathy, Daniel J. Sandman, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Chemistry, Lowell, MA.

D14.7
NEW POLYDIACETYLENES WITH VISIBLE CHROMOPHORIC SIDE GROUPS, James L. Foley, Venkataramani Shivshankar, Daniel J. Sandman, Univ of Massachusetts, Dept of Chemistry, Lowell, MA.

D14.8
QUASICRYSTALLINE GRAPHITE SHEETS AND HIGH GENUS FULLERENES WITH NON-POSITIVE GAUSSIAN CURVATURE, Humberto Terrones, UNAM, Inst de Fisica, Mexico, MEXICO; Mauricio Terrones, Univ of Sussex, Dept of Chem & Molecular Sci, Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM.

D14.9
RAMAN SPECTRA OF C tex2html_wrap_inline829 PUT INTO CALIX[8]ARENE FRAMEWORK, Guangxu Cheng, Hao Ceng, Gang Gu, Xingkui Zhang, Youwei Du, Nanjing Univ, Natl Lab of Solid State Microstructures, Nanjing, CHINA; Zheng Xu, Nanjing Univ, Coordination Chemistry Inst, Nanjing, CHINA.

D14.10
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NEW GERMANIUM CLATHRATE COMPOUNDS, Otto Z. Zhou, Univ of North Carolina, Dept of Physics, Chapel Hill, NC; Sadanori Kuroshima, Katsumi Tanigaki, NEC Corporation, Fundamental Research Lab, Ibaraki , JAPAN.

D14.11
TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT STRUCTURE MODIFICATION OF VACUUM-DEPOSITED ALKALI METAL STEARATES PYROELECTRIC THIN FILMS, T. Gavrilko, V. Iliyn, A. Naumovets, G. Puchkovskaya, Inst of Physics, Dept of Photoactivity, Kiev, UKRAINE; Zinaida Tkachenko, Larisa Viduta, Inst of Physics, Dept of Physical Electronics, Kiev, UKRAINE.

D14.12
THE TRANSITION FROM THE ORDERED TO THE MEROHEDRAL DISORDERED PHASE IN OXYGENATED SOLID C tex2html_wrap_inline829 , Min Gu, Nanjing Univ, Inst Solid State Physics, Nanjing, CHINA; Y. N. Wang, Nanjing Univ, Solid State Microstructures Lab, Nanjing, CHINA; Tong B. Tang, Hong Kong Baptist Univ, Dept of Physics, Kowloon, HONG KONG; Weiyi Zhang, Chen Hu, Nanjing Univ, Inst of Solid State Physics, Nanjing, CHINA; Feng Yan, Nanjing Univ, Dept of Physics, Nanjing, CHINA; Duan Feng, Nanjing Univ, Inst of Solid State Physics, Nanjing, CHINA.

SESSION D15: POSTER SESSION: NANOTUBES
Thursday Evening, December 5, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom/Constitution (S)
D15.2
DIAMETER DOUBLING IN (10,10) SINGLE-WALLED NANOTUBES BY HEAT TREATMENT, Pavel Nikolaev, Andreas Thess, Andrew G Rinzler, Daniel T. Colbert, Richard E. Smalley, Rice Univ, Dept of Chemistry & Physics, Houston, TX.

D15.3
CYLINDRICALLY AVERAGED MOLECULAR POTENTIALS FOR SINGLE-WALL CARBON NANOTUBES, Louis A Girifalco, Roland S Lee, John E. Fischer, Univ of Pennsylvania, Dept of MS&E, Philadelphia, PA.

D15.4
SYNTHESIS OF CARBON NANOTUBES FROM BULK POLYMER, Hamada Etsuo, Cho Seok Woo, Takayanagi Kunio, Kondo Yukihito, Res Development Corp of Japan, Takayanagi Particle Surface Project, Tokyo, JAPAN.

D15.5
THERMAL ANALYSIS OF HELIUM PRESSURE EFFECT ON THE FORMATION OF NANOTUBES, Haiyan Zhang, Dengyu Wong, Baoqiong Chen, Shaoqi Peng, Zhongshan Univ, Dept of Physics, Guangzhou, CHINA; S. P. Wong, Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Dept of Electronic Engr, Shantin NT, HONG KONG; Ning Ke, Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Dept of Electrical Engr, Shantin NT, Hong Kong.

D15.6
ELECTRON STRUCTURE OF CHIRAL NANOTUBULES: THEORY AND EXPERIMENT, Lubov G. Bulusheva, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Dmitry A. Romanov, Inst of Semiconductor Physics, Dept of Theoretical Physics, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Alexandr V. Okotrub, Yura V. Shevtsov, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Andrew L. Chuvilin, Boreskov Inst of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA; Lev N. Mazalov, Inst of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA.

D15.7
EVIDENCES ON THE GROWTH MECHANISM OF CARBON NANOTUBES PRODUCED BY THE CATALYTIC METHOD, Patricia Piedigrosso, Antonio Fonseca, Angelique G. Bosquillon, Antonio Fonseca, B.Nagy Janos, Facultes Univ N-D de la Paix, Laboratoire de RMN, Namur , BELGIUM.

D15.8
ESR AND TEM STUDY OF CARBON NANOTUBES THAT CONTAIN CARBON NANOPARTICLES , Yokomichi Haruo, Okina Teruo, Toyama Prefectural Univ, Dept of Electronics & Informatics, Toyama, JAPAN; Akita Seiji, Osaka Prefecture Univ, Dept of Electronics & Physics, Osaka, JAPAN; Yoshikazu Nakamura, National Defense Academy, Dept of MS&E, Kanagawa, JAPAN.

D15.9
SIZE EFFECTS IN THE STACKING OF CARBON LAYERS IN CARBON NANOTUBES, Ching-Hwa Kiang, Xiangzhong Sun, MIT, Dept of Physics,; Mildred S. Dresselhaus, MIT, Dept of EECS & Physics, Cambridge, MA; Gene Dresselhaus, MIT, Dept of Physics, Cambridge, MA; Sumio Iijima, NEC Corporation, Fundamental Research Lab, Ibaraki, JAPAN; P. M. Ajayan, Max-Planck-Inst fur Metallforschung, Inst fur Werkstoffwissenschaft, Stuttgart, GERMANY; Morinobu Endo, T. Furuta, Shinshu Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr.

SESSION D16: NANOTUBES
Chair: A. M. Rao
Friday Morning, December 6, 1996
Republic B (S)
8:30 AM *D16.1
HIGH YIELD PRODUCTION OF UNIFORM DIAMETER SINGLE-WALL FULLERENE NANOTUBES: THE BUCKYBALL OF TUBES, Andreas Thess, Pavel Nikolaev, Hongjie Dai, Andrew G Rinzler, Daniel T. Colbert, Richard E. Smalley, Rice Univ, Dept of Chemistry & Physics, Houston, TX.

9:00 AM D16.2
ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF INDIVIDUAL CARBON NANOTUBES, Eric W Wong, Charles M. Lieber, Harvard Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Cambridge, MA; Hongjie Dai, Rice Univ, Dept of Chemistry & Physics, Houston, TX; Paul E Sheehan, Harvard Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Cambridge, MA.

9:15 AM *D16.3
FIELD EMISSION FROM CARBON NANOTUBES, Walter De Heer, EPFL, Inst de Physique Experimentale, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND; J. M. Bonard, D. Ugarte, EPFL, Inst de Physique Experimental, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND.

9:45 AM D16.4
SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES OF FILLED NANOTUBES, Anant Setlur, J. M. Lauerhaas, J. Y. Dai, Northwestern Univ, Dept of MS&E, Evanston, IL; R. P. H. Chang, Northwestern Univ, Materials Research Ctr, Evanston, IL.

10:00 AM D16.4a
X-RAY OBSERVATION OF A 2-D LATTICE OF SINGLE-WALL CARBON NANOTUBES, Roland S Lee, Univ of Pennsylvania, Dept of MS&E, Philadelphia, PA; Andreas Thess, Rice Univ, Dept of Chemistry & Physics, Houston, TX; John E. Fischer, Univ of Pennsylvania, Dept of MS&E, Philadelphia, PA; Pavel Nikolaev, Andrew G Rinzler, Daniel T. Colbert, Richard E. Smalley, Rice Univ, Dept of Chemistry & Physics, Houston, TX.

10:15 AM BREAK

10:30 AM D16.5
ANNEALING-INDUCED STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND THE GROWTH MECHANISM OF CARBON NANOCLUSTERS, Jun Jiao, Supapan Seraphin, Univ of Arizona, Dept of MS&E, Tucson, AZ.

10:45 AM D16.6
BORON-NITROGEN NANOPARTICLES AND NANOTUBULES SYNTHESIZED BY LASER ABLATION, Z. Charles Ying, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN; Jane G. Zhu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Solid State Div, Oak Ridge, TN; Lawrence F. Allard, Robert N. Compton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.

11:00 AM D16.7
IN-SITU OBSERVATION OF CARBON NANOCAPSULES AT 800 tex2html_wrap_inline919 C IN A TEM, Kusunoki Michiko, Japan Fine Ceramics Ctr, Research & Development Lab, Aichi , JAPAN; Yuichi Ikuhara, Japan Fine Ceramics Center, Nagoya, JAPAN; Noriyoshi Shibata, Japan Fine Ceramics Ctr, Nagoya, JAPAN.

11:15 AM D16.8
ELECTRONIC CHARACTERIZATION OF CARBON NANOTUBES USING SCANNING TUNNELING SPECTROSCOPY, David L. Carroll, Max-Planck-Inst, Inst Werkstoffwissenschaft, Stuttgart, GERMANY; P. M. Ajayan, Max-Planck-Inst fur Metallforschung, Inst fur Werkstoffwissenschaft, Stuttgart, GERMANY; Manfred Ruhle, Max-Planck-Inst, Inst Werkstoffwinssenshaft, Stuttgart, GERMANY.

11:30 AM D16.9
SPIRAL CARBON TUBES GROWN BY A MIXED-VALENT OXIDE-CATALYTIC CARBONIZATION PROCESS, Z. L. Wang, Z. C. Kang, Georgia Inst of Technology, School of MS&E, Atlanta, GA.

11:45 AM D16.10
GROWTH MECHANISM OF SINGLE-WALLED NANOTUBES, Young Hee Lee, Seong Gon Kim, David Tomanek, Michigan State Univ, Dept of Physics & Astronomy, East Lansing, MI.

SESSION D17: ELECTRONIC AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES II
Chair: Zakya Kafafi
Friday Afternoon, December 6, 1996
Republic B (S)
1:30 PM *D17.1
ULTRAFAST EXCITONIC SWITCHES FROM LUMINESCENT CONDUCTING POLYMERS, S. V. Frolov, W. Gellerman, Vaaly Z. Vardeny, Univ of Utah, Dept of Physics, Salt Lake City, UT.

2:00 PM D17.2
EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS OF ULTRAFAST ANNIHILATION PROCESSES IN CONDUCTING-POLYMERS AND OLIGOMERS, Eric S Maniloff, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Chemical Science & Technology, Los Alamos, NM; Victor Klimov, Duncan McBranch, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Chemical Sci & Tech, Los Alamos, NM; Hsing-Lin Wang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Chem Sci & Tech DIv, Los Alamos, NM; Ben Mattes, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Chemical Science & Technology, Los Alamos, NM.

2:15 PM D17.3
ULTRAFAST SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF EXCITED-STATE INTRAMOLECULAR PROTON TRANSFER IN ROD-COIL COPOLYMERS, Xiaozhen Weng, Lab for Laser Energetics, Rochester, NY; Jury Vandyshev, Philippe M. Fauchet, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Electrical Engr,; Richard M. Tarkka, Samson A. Jenekhe, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Chemical Engr, Rochester, NY; J. Moll, Univ of Rochester, Dept of Chemistry, Rochester, NY.

2:30 PM D17.4
OBSERVATION OF THE DYNAMICS OF PHOTOEXCITED STATES AND PHOTOGENERATED CARRIERS IN PRISTINE TRIS-(8-HYDROXYQUINOLINE) ALUMINUM ( ALQ tex2html_wrap_inline921

3:15 PM BREAK

3:45 PM D17.7
CHROMOPHORES BASED ON A POWERFUL HETEROCYCLIC ACCEPTOR FOR OPTIMIZATION OF OPTICAL NONLINEARITY AND THERMAL STABILITY, Zhongying Hu, Seth R. Marder, California Inst of Technology, Dept of Chemistry, Pasadena, CA; Alain Fort, Marguerite Barzoukas, Inst de Physique et Chemie des Materiaux, Strasbourg, FRANCE.

4:00 PM D17.8
NOVEL NON-LINEAR OPTICAL PUSH-PULL AZINIUM-DICYANOMETHANIDE DYES, Alessandro Abbotto, Giorgio A. Pagani, Univ di Milano, Dipartimento di Chimica Organica e Industriale, Milano, ITALY; Silvia Bradamante, Univ di Milano, Milano, ITALY; Antonio Facchetti, Univ di Milano, Dipartimento di Chimica Organica e Industriale, Milano, ITALY; G. Gabrielli, Dipartimento di Chimica, Firenze, ITALY; Riccardo Ricceri, Univ di Firenze, Dipartimento di Chimica, Firenze, ITALY.

4:15 PM D17.9
NONLINEAR OPTICAL ACCORDIAN POLYMERS IN HETEROLAYER LANGMUIR-BLODGETT-KUHN FILMS, M. Joseph Roberts, Geoff A. Lindsay, Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake, CA; John D. Stenger-Smith, Rich Hollins, Andrew P. Chafin, Naval Air Warfare Center, WPNS, Chinal Lake, CA; Eric G. Nickel, GTRI, Atlanta, GA; Paul R. Ashley, US Army Missile, AMSMI-RD-WS-CM, Redstone Arsenal, AL; Warren N. Herman, U.S. Navy, Warminster, PA; Kenneth J. Wynne, Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA.

4:30 PM D17.10
LIFETIME AND MOBILITY MEASUREMENTS IN ORGANICS BY MOVING PHOTOCARRIER GRATING TECHNIQUE, Alex W Fung, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ; Igal Brener, L. J. Rothberg, Howard E. Katz, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ.

4:45 PM D17.11
GIANT MAGNETORESISTANCE IN ORGANIC CONDUCTORS, Madoka Tokumoto, Electrotechnical Laboratory, Superconducting Materials Section, Ibaraki, JAPAN; H. Kobayashi, Inst for Molecular Science, Ibaraki, JAPAN; A. Kobayashi, Univ of Tokyo, Tokyo, JAPAN; V. N. Laukhin, L. Brossard, CNRS, SNCM & LPS, Toulouse, FRANCE; P. Cassoux, CNRS, LCC, Toulouse, FRANCE.