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Single crystalline microribbons of peryloselenophene for high performance transistors
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2014-07-24

Abstract

Micrometer sized single crystalline ribbons of a Se-heterocyclic annelated perylene were prepared by drop casting and physical vapor transport techniques. The crystals of the Se-heterocyclic annelated perylene showed near planar molecular conformation, which regularly stacked along -axis with contacts at 3.49 Å. Single crystaltransistors of individual ribbon were fabricated by “gold layer glue” technique. Over 90% transistors exhibited mobility, the highest mobility approaching . The top performance indicated the bright prospect of this material in organic electronics.

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Scitation: Single crystalline microribbons of perylo[1,12-b,c,d]selenophene for high performance transistors
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