J. M. Verilhac

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We report on the effect of the deposition of self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) on the source and drain electrodes on the contact resistance and mobility in organic thin film transistors (OTFTs). Ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS) shows a variation of the work function of the electrodes depending on the SAM. OTFTs were fabricated with solution(More)
Organic photodetectors with inverted structure are fabricated by solution process techniques. A very thin interfacing layer of polyethyleneimine leads to a homogenous interface with low work function. The devices exhibit excellent performances, in particular in terms of low dark current density, wide range linearity, high detectivity, and remarkable(More)
Geminate recombination of bound polaron pairs at the donor/acceptor interface is one of the major loss mechanisms in organic bulk heterojunction solar cells. One way to overcome Coulomb attraction between opposite charge carriers and to achieve their full dissociation is the introduction of high dielectric permittivity materials such as nanoparticles of(More)
Organic thin-film transistor (OTFT) performance depends on the chemical characteristics of the interface between functional semiconductor/dielectric/conductor materials. Here we report for the first time that OTFT response in top-gate architectures strongly depends on the substrate chemical functionalization. Depending on the nature of the substrate(More)
Three groups of naphthalene bisimides were synthesized and comparatively studied, namely, alkyl bisimides, alkylaryl ones, and novel bisimides containing the alkylthienyl moiety in the N-substituent. The experimental absorption spectra measured in CHCl(3) exhibit one intensive absorption band that is uniformly detected in the spectral range of 340 to 400 nm(More)
Two semiconducting naphthalene bisimides were comparatively studied: NBI-(TAA)(2), symmetrically N-substituted with triaryl amine and asymmetric NBI-TAA-Oc with triaryl amine and octyl N-substituents. Both compounds show very similar spectroscopic and redox properties but differ in their supramolecular organization. As evidenced by STM, in monolayers on(More)
Large area sensing surface have strong interest for many applicative sectors: transport, health, building, industrial, user interface... Printed electronics offers breakthrough technical solutions to fulfill these applications. Indeed printed sensors, addressed by printed oTFT matrix and circuits, heterogeneously connected to classical Silicon(More)
Poly(3,3' '-dioctyl-2,2':5',2' '-terthiophene), a polymer recently used for the fabrication of organic field effect transistors, has been fractionated into five fractions distinctly differing in their molecular weights (Mn), with the goal of determining the influence of the degree of polymerization (DPn) on its principal physicochemical parameters. It has(More)
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