Controlled growth of large-area high-performance small-molecule organic single-crystalline transistors by slot-die coating using a mixed solvent system

  • Chang J
  • Chi C
  • Zhang J
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A slot-die coating technique is used for the crystal alignment of triisopropylsilylethynyl (TIPS)-pentacene in solution-processed field-effect transistors (FETs). The film thickness, uniformity, and crystal growth behavior are well controlled by tuning the coating parameters and by using a mixed solvent system (toluene/anisole). An average saturation regime FET mobility of 1.8 cm(2) V(-1) s(-1) is achieved under ambient conditions.

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  • crystal anisotropy
  • mixed solvent systems
  • organic single-crystalline transistors
  • slot-die coating

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  • Jingjing Chang

  • Chunyan Chi

  • Jie Zhang

  • Jishan Wu

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