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Themed collection Organic Field Effect Transistors

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Editorial

Themed issue on “Organic field-effect transistors: interfacial phenomena and electronic properties”

This themed issue presents a collection of articles on organic field-effect transistors: interfacial phenomena and electronic properties.

Graphical abstract: Themed issue on “Organic field-effect transistors: interfacial phenomena and electronic properties”
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Open Access Perspective

Organic metal engineering for enhanced field-effect transistor performance

The use of charge transfer salts in OFETs offers unique possibilities for enhancing the device performance.

Graphical abstract: Organic metal engineering for enhanced field-effect transistor performance
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Perspective

Development of high-performance printed organic field-effect transistors and integrated circuits

In this perspective article, we provide a recent overview of the route to realize high-performance printed organic transistors and integrated circuits.

Graphical abstract: Development of high-performance printed organic field-effect transistors and integrated circuits
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Communication

Single-displacement controlled spontaneous electrolysis towards CuTCNQ microribbon electrodes in organic single-crystal transistors

CuTCNQ microribbons prepared by a controllable and solution-processed method give rise to interfacial energetic match with organic semiconductor.

Graphical abstract: Single-displacement controlled spontaneous electrolysis towards CuTCNQ microribbon electrodes in organic single-crystal transistors
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Paper

An asymmetric naphthalimide derivative for n-channel organic field-effect transistors

A novel asymmetric naphthalimide derivative (IZ0) is synthesized and high electron mobility of 0.072 cm2 V−1 s−1 and 0.22 cm2 V−1 s−1 are achieved for IZ0 film and single crystal-based transistors, respectively.

Graphical abstract: An asymmetric naphthalimide derivative for n-channel organic field-effect transistors
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Paper

Controlled integration of oligo- and polythiophenes at the molecular scale

Hole mobilities greater than 0.1 cm2 V−1 s−1 are attained in films that contain over 80% oligomer.

Graphical abstract: Controlled integration of oligo- and polythiophenes at the molecular scale
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Paper

Performance enhancement of poly(3-hexylthiophene-2,5-diyl) based field effect transistors through surfactant treatment of the poly(vinyl alcohol) gate insulator surface

Surfactant treatment of the poly(vinyl alcohol) gate insulator enhances the field-effect mobility of poly(3-hexylthiophene-2,5-diyl) transistors.

Graphical abstract: Performance enhancement of poly(3-hexylthiophene-2,5-diyl) based field effect transistors through surfactant treatment of the poly(vinyl alcohol) gate insulator surface
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Paper

Use of heteroaromatic spacers in isoindigo-benzothiadiazole polymers for ambipolar charge transport

Not only do we report two new polymers (PIIG-DTBT and PIIG-DSeBT) involving isoindigo and benzothiadiazole blocks constructed with thiophene and selenophene spacers, but also explore the optical, electrochemical, and charge-transport properties.

Graphical abstract: Use of heteroaromatic spacers in isoindigo-benzothiadiazole polymers for ambipolar charge transport
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Paper

Experimental and numerical investigation of contact-area-limited doping for top-contact pentacene thin-film transistors with Schottky contact

Effects of contact-area-limited doping for pentacene thin-film transistors with a bottom-gate, top-contact configuration were investigated.

Graphical abstract: Experimental and numerical investigation of contact-area-limited doping for top-contact pentacene thin-film transistors with Schottky contact
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Tetracyano isoindigo small molecules and their use in n-channel organic field-effect transistors

Easily reducible tetracyano-substituted (thieno)isoindigo small molecules were synthesized. A tetracyanothienoisoindigo exhibits electron mobility value up to 0.09 cm2 V−1 s−1 in inkjet-printed OFETs and its spin-coated devices have been shown to operate in air.

Graphical abstract: Tetracyano isoindigo small molecules and their use in n-channel organic field-effect transistors
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About this collection

This themed issue aims to provide new insights into the underlying physical chemistry of organic field effect transistors (OFETs), providing a better understanding of how and why current devices function. Such knowledge and understanding will be essential in the quest to further enhance the efficiency of OFETs. The issue is guest-edited by Zhenan Bao (Stanford University), Antonio Facchetti (Northwestern University), Wenping Hu (Chinese Academy of Sciences), and K. Krishnamoorthy (CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory-Pune).

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