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A series of robust and inexpensive -type organic semiconductors 1,3,8,10-tetramethyl quinacridone compounds was prepared. These quinacridone compounds bearing -disubstituted long -alkyl chains self-organize into highly oriented crystalline films, leading to high performance organic thin film transistors with the best field-effect mobility, on/off ratio, and threshold voltage being , , and −17 V, respectively. The effects of methyl substituent and -alkyl chain length of the quinacridone compounds together with the molecular packing on the field-effect mobility are discussed.


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Scitation: Organic field-effect transistors fabricated with N,N′-substituted dialkyl-1,3,8,10-tetramethylquinacridone compounds