Solution-processable organic and polymeric semiconducting materials are active materials used for electronic devices such as thin film field-effect transistors (FETs). These materials are more likely to have practical advantages when coupled with low cost approaches to patterning that are compatible with them. Material requirements for high performance solution based FETs are discussed. Also described are structural, morphological, and processing factors that influence device performance. Finally, methods and schemes of printing workable devices are surveyed.
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