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Control of film morphology and its effects on subthreshold characteristics in dibenzotetrathiafulvalene organic thin-film transistors
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The interface engineering of dibenzotetrathiafulvalene organic thin-film transistors (OTFTs) is reported. Polycrystalline-film morphologies are successfully controlled by surface treatments of silicon dioxide dielectric substrates using hexamethyldisilazane, a silane coupling agent, to tune the average lateral grain sizes between 0.2 and . The field-effect mobility of the resulting OTFTs is approximately . The effects of the grain sizes on subthreshold properties are discussed in terms of the charge transport against the grain boundaries through the films.
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