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High performance ambipolar organic field-effect transistors based on indigo derivatives
A bio-inspired organic semiconductor 5,5′-diphenylindigo shows excellent and well-balanced ambipolar transistor properties; its hole and electron mobilities are 0.56 and 0.95 cm2 V−1 s−1,Expand
Benzothienobenzothiophene-Based Molecular Conductors: High Conductivity, Large Thermoelectric Power Factor, and One-Dimensional Instability.
These salts exhibit an abrupt resistivity jump under 200 K, and the Raman and the IR spectra suggest 4kF charge-density waves as an origin of the low-temperature insulating state. Expand
A Single-Component Conductor Based on a Radical Gold Dithiolene Complex with Alkyl-Substituted Thiophene-2,3-dithiolate Ligand.
Alkyl-substituted thiophene-2,3-dithiolate ligands are prepared through a Thio-Claisen rearrangement of 4,5-bis(propargylthio)-1,3 -dithiole-2-thione derivatives, indicating that this single-component conductor can be described as a Mott insulator. Expand
Band-like transport down to 20 K in organic single-crystal transistors based on dioctylbenzothienobenzothiophene
Band-like transport has been realized down to 20 K in solution-processed single-crystal transistors based on dioctylbenzothienobenzothiophene. The mobility increases from 16 to 52 cm2/V s as theExpand
Improved stability of a metallic state in benzothienobenzothiophene-based molecular conductors: an effective increase of dimensionality with hydrogen bonds.
A dihydroxy-substituted benzothienobenzothiophene was synthesized, and its charge-transfer salt, β-[BTBT(OH)2]2ClO4, was successfully obtained thanks to the introduced hydroxy groups, which effectively increases the dimensionality of the electronic structure and consequently leads to a stable metallic state. Expand
A highly conducting organic metal derived from an organic-transistor material: benzothienobenzothiophene.
It is reported that the charge-transfer (CT) salt, (BTBT)2PF6, shows a high room-temperature conductivity of 1500 S cm(-1), and the ESR signal shows a significantly asymmetric Dysonian lineshape even at room temperature. Expand
Air-stable ambipolar organic transistors based on charge-transfer complexes containing dibenzopyrrolopyrrole
It has been known that organic charge-transfer complexes with a mix-stacked structure show transistor properties, and particularly complexes containing 7,7,8,8-tetracyano-p-quinodimethane (TCNQ) showExpand
Charge-Transfer Complexes of Benzothienobenzothiophene with Tetracyanoquinodimethane and the n-Channel Organic Field-Effect Transistors
n-Channel organic transistors with excellent air stability are realized on the basis of charge-transfer complexes, (BTBT)(TCNQ), (BTBT)(F2TCNQ), (BSBS)(F2TCNQ), and (BTBT)(F4TCNQ), where BTBT isExpand
Organic Semiconductors and Conductors with tert-Butyl Substituents
Tetrathiafulvalene (TTF), pentacene, and quarterthiophene with tert-butyl substituents are synthesized, and the crystal structures and the transistor properties are investigated. TheExpand
Air-stable n-channel organic field-effect transistors based on a sulfur rich π-electron acceptor
Thin-film and single-crystal n-channel organic field-effect transistors are built from the sulfur rich π-electron acceptor, (E)-3,3′-diethyl-5,5′-bithiazolidinylidene-2,4,2′,4′-tetrathione (DEBTTT).Expand