Presentation 2010-01-12
Ambipolar Transport and Light-Emitting Transistors
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Abstract(in English) In this study, we have studied the origin of polarity in organic field-effect transistors and, based on this knowledge, fabricated ambipolar transistors using organic single crystals. Importantly, we have realized co-existence of high current density and high efficient light emission using single crystal ambipoalr transisotrs, which are necessary for lasing. Moreover, we have clarified opt-electronic properties of our devices and investigated the possible realization of organic laser transistors.
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Keyword(in English) Organic single crystals / Field-effect transistors / Light-emitting transistors / Organic laser
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Conference Date 2010/1/5(1days)
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Title (in English) Ambipolar Transport and Light-Emitting Transistors
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Keyword(1) Organic single crystals
Keyword(2) Field-effect transistors
Keyword(3) Light-emitting transistors
Keyword(4) Organic laser
1st Author's Name Taishi TAKENOBU
1st Author's Affiliation Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University:PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency()
Date 2010-01-12
Paper # OME2009-75
Volume (vol) vol.109
Number (no) 359
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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