Effect of UV/ozone treatment time on pentacene thin-film transistors

K.C. Chinnam, S. Gupta, H. Gleskova

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Abstract

Organic materials due to their low process temperature and compatibility with flexible plastic substrates are becoming the cost efficient substitutes to inorganic materials. Their ability to be applied over large areas makes them attractive for large‐area electronics. Their applications range from flexible displays to solar cells, sensors and RFID tags.

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OtherInternational Summer School on Physics at Nanoscale
CountryCzech Republic
CityDevet Skal
Period30/05/114/06/11

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Thin film transistors
Ozone
Flexible displays
Radio frequency identification (RFID)
Solar cells
Electronic equipment
Plastics
Sensors
Substrates
Costs
Temperature

Keywords

  • thin films
  • thin film transistors
  • pentacene

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Chinnam, K. C., Gupta, S., & Gleskova, H. (2011). Effect of UV/ozone treatment time on pentacene thin-film transistors. Poster session presented at International Summer School on Physics at Nanoscale, Devet Skal , Czech Republic.
Chinnam, K.C. ; Gupta, S. ; Gleskova, H. / Effect of UV/ozone treatment time on pentacene thin-film transistors. Poster session presented at International Summer School on Physics at Nanoscale, Devet Skal , Czech Republic.1 p.
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2011. Poster session presented at International Summer School on Physics at Nanoscale, Devet Skal , Czech Republic.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

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