Complementary inverter using high mobility air-stable perylene di-imide derivatives

  • Ling M
  • Bao Z
  • Erk P
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Abstract

The authors report the fabrication and electrical characterization
of organic complementary inverters using pentacene as p-type material
and our previously reported air-stable perylene di-imide derivatives
tetrachloro-perylene-tetracarboxyldi-imide (TC-PTCDI) and N,N[prime]-bis(2-phenylethyl)perylene-3,4:9:10-bis-(dicarboximide)
(BPE-PTCDI) as n-type materials. Both p- and n-type thin film transistors
were integrated onto the same substrate using a top contact configuration.
The corresponding inverters show good performance with gains about
12 and 10 for TC-PTCDI and BPE-PTCDI inverters, respectively.

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Authors

  • Mang Mang Ling

  • Zhenan Bao

  • Peter Erk

  • Martin Koenemann

  • Marcos Gomez

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