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Issue 19, 2012
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Ambipolar organic field-effect transistors with balanced mobilities through solvent–vapour annealing induced phase-separation of bi-component mixtures

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Abstract

Thin films of bi-component mixtures of two commonly used n- and p-type organic semiconductors are found to undergo spontaneous phase-separation with the formation of well-ordered nanoneedles/crystals upon solvent–vapour annealing. The de-mixing is used to fabricate ambipolar organic field-effect transistors where balanced mobilities were achieved by adjusting the relative amount of the constituent in solution.

Graphical abstract: Ambipolar organic field-effect transistors with balanced mobilities through solvent–vapour annealing induced phase-separation of bi-component mixtures

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Submitted
20 Feb 2012
Accepted
30 Mar 2012
First published
30 Mar 2012

J. Mater. Chem., 2012,22, 9509-9512
Article type
Communication

Ambipolar organic field-effect transistors with balanced mobilities through solvent–vapour annealing induced phase-separation of bi-component mixtures

M. Treier, J. Arlin, C. Ruzié, Y. H. Geerts, V. Lemaur, J. Cornil and P. Samorì, J. Mater. Chem., 2012, 22, 9509
DOI: 10.1039/C2JM31063E

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