A universal method to produce low-work function electrodes for organic electronics.

@article{Zhou2012AUM,
  title={A universal method to produce low-work function electrodes for organic electronics.},
  author={Yinhua Zhou and Canek Fuentes-Hernandez and Jaewon Shim and Jens Meyer and Anthony J. Giordano and Hong Dao Li and Paul Winget and Theodoros Papadopoulos and Hyeunseok Cheun and Jungbae Kim and Mathieu Fenoll and Amir Dindar and Wojciech Haske and Ehsan Najafabadi and Talha Masood Khan and Hossein Sojoudi and Stephen Barlow and Samuel Graham and Jean-Luc Br{\'e}das and Seth R Marder and Antoine Kahn and Bernard Kippelen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={336 6079},
  pages={327-32}
}
Organic and printed electronics technologies require conductors with a work function that is sufficiently low to facilitate the transport of electrons in and out of various optoelectronic devices. We show that surface modifiers based on polymers containing simple aliphatic amine groups substantially reduce the work function of conductors including metals, transparent conductive metal oxides, conducting polymers, and graphene. The reduction arises from physisorption of the neutral polymer, which… CONTINUE READING
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