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Low voltage operation in picene thin film field-effect transistor and its physical characteristics
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Low voltage operation of picene thin filmfield-effect transistor(FET) has been realized with 40 nm thick gate dielectrics coated by two polymers, Cytop™ and polystyrene. The picene FETs operated in low absolute gate voltage below 15 V for Cytop™ coated and 30 V for polystyrene coated gate dielectrics, and they showed a significant gas sensing effect down to . Photoemission spectrum clarified that molecules penetrate into the thin films at mole ratio of 1: 1. X-ray diffraction pattern of picene thin films showed highly oriented growth on the polymer-coated .
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