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by Zhenan Bao,David J. Gundlach
Author: Zhenan Bao,David J. Gundlach
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Patterned Electrode Vertical Organic Field Effect Transistor (PE-VOFET) operational behavior is examined in this work with the use of self-consistent numerical model and experimental measurements.
Patterned Electrode Vertical Organic Field Effect Transistor (PE-VOFET) operational behavior is examined in this work with the use of self-consistent numerical model and experimental measurements. The device is described as a single carrier type diode where one of its electrode's electrical properties could be altered under the gate influence, switching the current regime between the Contact Limited (CL) and the Space Charge Limited (SCL) regimes. Based on the aforementioned models and optimization rules, we provide guidelines for the ideal PE-VOFET structure and future challenges in its fabrication.
10365, Organic Field-Effect Transistors XVI. KEYWORDS: Crystals, Organic semiconductors, Transistors, Physics, Dielectrics, Raman spectroscopy, Transmission electron microscopy, Temperature metrology, Semiconductors, Molecules. Read Abstract +. Low temperature transport measurements of classical semiconductors are a well-defined method to determine the physics of transport behavior. These measurements are also used to evaluate organic semiconductors, though physical interpretation is not yet fully developed.
We report on organic field-effect transistors with unprecedented electrical stability. of SPIE Vol. 6658, 665807, (2007). (--cf-cf cf- (CF2)-j-.
Using a multi-disciplinary approach, Organic Field-Effect Transistors provides comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of organic transistors and their technological applications. It describes the latest understanding of the physics of charge transport in single-crystal devices, small molecule oligomers, and conjugated polymer devices. It presents the synthetic methodology used for organic semiconductors and offers an overview of various crystal and thin-film aspects of different organic semiconductors.
field-effect transistors. It is now being recognized that the gate dielectric also plays a significant role and needs. 1–4. Organic field-effect transistors often suffer from a rather poor electrical stability.
Organic Field-Effect Transistors. Zhenan Bao, Jason Locklin. Covering various aspects of OFETs, the book begins with a theoretical description of charge transport in organic semiconductors at the molecular level
Organic Field-Effect Transistors. The remarkable development of organic thin film transistors (OTFTs) has led to their emerging use in active matrix flat-panel displays, radio frequency identification cards, and sensors. Covering various aspects of OFETs, the book begins with a theoretical description of charge transport in organic semiconductors at the molecular level. It then discusses the current understanding of charge transport in single-crystal devices, small molecules and oligomers, conjugated polymer devices, and charge injection issues in organic transistors.
Zhenan Bao, David J Gundlach, David Gundlach. Proceedings of SPIE are among the most cited references in patent literature.
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An organic field-effect transistor (OFET) is a field-effect transistor using an organic semiconductor in its channel. OFETs can be prepared either by vacuum evaporation of small molecules, by solution-casting of polymers or small molecules, or by mechanical transfer of a peeled single-crystalline organic layer onto a substrate. These devices have been developed to realize low-cost, large-area electronic products and biodegradable electronics.