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Growth of large-size-two-dimensional crystalline pentacene grains for high performance organic thin film transistors
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New approach is presented for growth of pentacene crystalline thin film with large grain size. Modification of dielectricsurfaces using a monolayer of small molecule results in the formation of pentacene thin films with well ordered large crystalline domain structures. This suggests that pentacene molecules may have significantly large diffusion constant on the modified surface. An average hole mobility about 1.52 cm2/Vs of pentacene based organic thin film transistors (OTFTs) is achieved with good reproducibility.
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