Patterned electrode vertical field effect transistor fabricated using block copolymer nanotemplates

Ariel J. Ben-Sasson, Eran Avnon, Elina Ploshnik, Oded Globerman, Roy Shenhar, Gitti L. Frey, Nir Tessler

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We report the design and implementation of a vertical organic field effect transistor which is compatible with standard device fabrication technology and is well described by a self consistent device model. The active semiconductor is a film of C60 molecules, and the device operation is based on the architecture of the nanopatterned source electrode. The relatively high resolution fabrication process and maintaining the low-cost and simplicity associated with organic electronics, necessitates unconventional fabrication techniques such as soft lithography. Block copolymer self-assembled nanotemplates enable the production of conductive, gridlike metal electrode. The devices reported here exhibit On/Off ratio of 104.

Original languageAmerican English
Article number213301
JournalApplied Physics Letters
Issue number21
StatePublished - 2009

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We acknowledge support by the Israeli Ministry of Science (Infrastructures Program).


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