Different Work Regimes of an Organic Thin Film Transistor OTFT and Possible Applications in Bioelectronics

  title={Different Work Regimes of an Organic Thin Film Transistor OTFT and Possible Applications in Bioelectronics},
  author={C. Ravariu and D. Dragomirescu},
  journal={American Journal of BioScience},
  • C. Ravariu, D. Dragomirescu
  • Published 2015
  • Materials Science
  • American Journal of BioScience
  • This paper presents an organic semiconductor transistor, with a vertical current modulation and a horizontal conduction. The simulations show a stronger top gate influence and establish four work regimes, depending on the top and bottom gates biasing. In the most favorable regime for the holes channel, under the reverse biased n+p junction, the holes/electrons current densities ratio reaches 0.168/269. However, an ambipolar OTFT function occurs under the reverse biasing of the vertical junction… CONTINUE READING
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