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Photoactive film morphology used to reduce CO2 is a crucial parameter that should be taken into account in order to improve the device performances. It is known that together with electron excitation and charge transfer, charge transport can dramatically affect the system properties. It is proposed to evaluate the adequate humid transfer method in order to induce the formation of organised films, with high control of the deposition parameters and a good reproducibility of the process. A high molecular organisation can favour the charge transport process and the chemical-physics characteristics of the transferred film have to be investigated by means of a wide variety of techniques such as UV-Vis-NIR polarised spectroscopy, FT-IR with Attenuated Total Reflection tool, PMIRRAS, steady state and time solved fluorescence, Raman Spectroscopy, ellipsometry and confocal microscopy.
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