Directionally Aligned Amorphous Polymer Chains via Electrohydrodynamic-Jet Printing: Analysis of Morphology and Polymer Field-Effect Transistor Characteristics.

@article{Kim2017DirectionallyAA,
  title={Directionally Aligned Amorphous Polymer Chains via Electrohydrodynamic-Jet Printing: Analysis of Morphology and Polymer Field-Effect Transistor Characteristics.},
  author={Yebyeol Kim and Jaehyun Bae and Hyun Woo Song and Tae Kyu An and Se Hyun Kim and Yun-Hi Kim and Chan Eon Park},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2017},
  volume={9 45},
  pages={
          39493-39501
        }
}
Electrohydrodynamic-jet (EHD-jet) printing provides an opportunity to directly assembled amorphous polymer chains in the printed pattern. Herein, an EHD-jet printed amorphous polymer was employed as the active layer for fabrication of organic field-effect transistors (OFETs). Under optimized conditions, the field-effect mobility (μFET) of the EHD-jet printed OFETs was 5 times higher than the highest μFET observed in the spin-coated OFETs, and this improvement was achieved without the use of… CONTINUE READING