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REFERENCES 1. Vilitis, O., Rutkis, M., Busenbergs, J., and Merkulovs, D. (2016). Determination of contact potential difference by the Kelvin probe (Part I). 1. Basic principles of measurements probe. Latv. J. Phys. Techn. Sci., 2 , 48–57. 2. Palevsky, H., Swank, R.K., and Grenchik, R. (1947). Design of dynamic condenser electrometers. Rev. Sci. Instrum , 18 , 298–314. 3. Mitchinson, J.C., Prongle, R.D., and Farvis, W.E.J. (1971). Surface potential measurement using a rotating dynamic capacitor. J.phys., E 4, 525–529. 4. Petit-Cloerc, Y., and Carette, J


Charge-carrier transport in the channel of bottom gate, top contact organic field effect transistors with anisotropic layers of 6,13-bis(triisopropylsilylethynyl) pentacene (TIPS-Pentacene) obtained by zone casting was investigated using scanning Kelvin probe microscopy combined with atomic force microscopy. The TIPS-Pentacene continuous layers consisted of thin crystals unidirectionally oriented in the channel. Devices with perpendicular and parallel charge flow in the transistor channel were prepared. It was found that irregularities in the surface morphology at the semiconductor layer in the transistor channel are correlated with the local potential profile, and that the channel resistance strongly depends on the orientation of the TIPS-Pentacene crystals.

, E., Stiller, B., Brehmer, L. (2005). Photoinduced phenomena in organised polar organic films. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 116 , 133-141. Vilitis, O., Fonavs, E., & Muzikante, I. (2001). A system for measuring surface potential by the Kelvin-Zisman vibrating capacitor probe. Latvian J. Phys. Techn. Sci. , (5), 38-56. Dobulans, R., Cepite, D., Fonavs, E., & Muzikante, I. (2004). Studies of host-guest thin films of corona-poled betaine-type polar molecules by Kelvin probe technique and atomic force microscopy. Macromol. Symp., 212 , 421


The optically induced switching of electrical properties of indandione type molecules, which consist of acceptor and donor groups, are investigated. Both calculation and experimental results show a reversible highly dipolar photoinduced intramolecular electron transfer in 2-(4'-N, N-dimethylaminobenzyliden)indan-1,3-dione molecule (DMABI). Kelvin's probe technique is applied to investigate the surface potential of a host-guest polymer film with four different DMABI derivatives. The derivatives have been chosen to compare the influence of the geometry, concentration and dipole moment of a molecule in the ground and excited states on the response time and amplitude of photoinduced surface potential. It is shown that the time of fast response (up to several seconds) to irradiation is independent of the concentration of molecules in a polymer film. Dependence of the amplitudes of photoinduced changes in the surface potential on the molecules concentration is observed for DMABI and its three derivatives. The optimal concentration of guest molecules in the polymer matrix is in the range 10-25 wt% (depending on the molecule).

: Scanning Kelvin Probe and Local Electrochemical Impedance Study. Journal of The Electrochemical Society 2017, 164 (2), C66-C74. 4. Ren, Z. K.; Zang, S.; Pang, X. L.; Gao, K. V. A novel observation of the interaction between the microelastic stress and electrochemical corrosion of law carbon steel in 3,5 wt% NaCl solution. Electrochemica.Acta [Online] 2012, 85, 283-294. (accessed June 03, 2016).

scanning Kelvin probe and other electrochemical methods, Journal of Taiwan Institute. Chemical Engeniering 2017 , 70, 427-436. 5. Kalendová A., Kalenda P. Antikorozní nátěrové hmoty ve vícevrstvých systémech, Corrosion and Protection of Materials 1994 , 38 (5), 81-89. 6. Kalendová A., Antoš P. Anticorrosive coatings in multilayer systems, Corrosion and Protection of Materials 1998 , 42, 55-57. 7. Kalendová A. Alkalising and neutralising effects of anticorrosive pigments containing Zn, Mg, Ca, and Sr cations, Progress in Organic Coatings 2000 , 38, 199–206. 8. Kurian

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composite and its interface investigated by electric force microscope. Acta Physica Sinica , 62 (03), 95-100. (in Chinese) [13] Villeneuvefaure, C., Boudou, L., Makasheva, K., Teyssedre, G. (2017). Methodology for extraction of space charge density profiles at nanoscale from Kelvin probe force microscopy measurements. Nanotechnology , 28 (50), 505701. [14] Boularas, A., Baudoin, F., Villeneuvefaure, C., Clain, S., Teyssedre, G. (2014). Multi-dimensional modelling of electrostatic force distance curve over dielectric surface: Influence of tip geometry and correlation