High-performance and light-emitting n-type organic field-effect transistors based on dithienylbenzothiadiazole and related heterocycles

Takahiro Kono, Daisuke Kumaki, Jun Ichi Nishida, Tomo Sakanoue, Motoyasu Kakita, Hirokazu Tada, Shizuo Tokito, Yoshiro Yamashita

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Abstract

The high performance n-type field effect transistor (FET) characteristics and light-emitting properties of a dithienylbenzothiadiazole with trifluoromethylphenyl groups and the corresponding benzoselenadiazole and quinoxaline derivatives were investigated. FET devices with botton contact geometry were constructed by vapor-deposition on SiO2/Si substrate and FET measurement were carried out at room temperature in a vacuum chamber without air exposure. The FET performance was optimized by fabricating the device with top contact geometry, where gold electrodes were defined after 50 nm of semiconductor deposition by using shadow masks. The electron mobility calculated in the saturation regime was 0.19 cm2 V-1S -1 at 80°C. The emission intensity is found to be increased with an increase in drain voltages due to the increased carrier recombination. The results show that the benzothiadiazole unit reduces the threshold voltage.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1218-1220
Number of pages3
JournalChemistry of Materials
Volume19
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007 Mar 20
Externally publishedYes

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Organic field effect transistors
Field effect transistors
Quinoxalines
Vapor deposition
Geometry
Electron mobility
Threshold voltage
Gold
Masks
Vacuum
Semiconductor materials
Derivatives
Electrodes
Electric potential
Substrates
Air
Temperature

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High-performance and light-emitting n-type organic field-effect transistors based on dithienylbenzothiadiazole and related heterocycles. / Kono, Takahiro; Kumaki, Daisuke; Nishida, Jun Ichi; Sakanoue, Tomo; Kakita, Motoyasu; Tada, Hirokazu; Tokito, Shizuo; Yamashita, Yoshiro.

In: Chemistry of Materials, Vol. 19, No. 6, 20.03.2007, p. 1218-1220.

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Kono, T, Kumaki, D, Nishida, JI, Sakanoue, T, Kakita, M, Tada, H, Tokito, S & Yamashita, Y 2007, 'High-performance and light-emitting n-type organic field-effect transistors based on dithienylbenzothiadiazole and related heterocycles', Chemistry of Materials, vol. 19, no. 6, pp. 1218-1220. https://doi.org/10.1021/cm062889+
Kono, Takahiro ; Kumaki, Daisuke ; Nishida, Jun Ichi ; Sakanoue, Tomo ; Kakita, Motoyasu ; Tada, Hirokazu ; Tokito, Shizuo ; Yamashita, Yoshiro. / High-performance and light-emitting n-type organic field-effect transistors based on dithienylbenzothiadiazole and related heterocycles. In: Chemistry of Materials. 2007 ; Vol. 19, No. 6. pp. 1218-1220.
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