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High-speed solution-processed organic single crystal transistors using a novel triisopropylsilylethynyl anthracene derivative
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A high-quality organic single crystal transistor (OSCT) was fabricated via solution-processing using a novel anthracene derivative (TIPsAntNE). The OSCT fabricated on a surface-modified high-capacitance ZrOx substrate provided a transistor that operated at low voltages with a high mobility up to 4.1 cm2/Vs and negligible hysteresis (a Vth shift of <20 mV). Importantly, the TIPsAntNE OSCT functioned under a high-frequency AC signal with a gate bias as high as 30 kHz. These are crucial operational requirements for commercial applications of organic transistors. The photoresponsivity (>1 A/W) of the TIPsAntNE single crystal was high over a wide range across the visible spectrum.
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