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Realization of dual-channel organic field-effect transistors and their applications to chemical sensing
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We report on the realization of dual-channel organic field-effect transistors(FETs). These devices have a four-terminal configuration with a polymericsemiconductor-channel, a small molecule semiconductor-channel, and a polymeric gate dielectric. The polymeric-channel and the small molecule -channel are coupled across the gate dielectric. Both the -FET and the -FET exhibit acceptable device characteristics at and , in which the performances of the -FET and the -FET are comparable. The -FET and -FET respond to isopropyl alcohol and ethanol vapors with significant sensitivities.
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