Inkjet-printing-based soft-etching technique for high-speed polymer ambipolar integrated circuits.

@article{Khim2013InkjetprintingbasedST,
  title={Inkjet-printing-based soft-etching technique for high-speed polymer ambipolar integrated circuits.},
  author={Dongyoon Khim and Kang-Jun Baeg and Minji Kang and Seung-Hoon Lee and Nam-Koo Kim and JiHong Kim and Geon-Woong Lee and Chuan Liu and Dong-Yu Kim and Yong-Young Noh},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2013},
  volume={5 23},
  pages={12579-86}
}
Here, we report the so-called soft-etching process based on an inkjet-printing technique for realizing high-performance printed and flexible organic electronic circuits with conjugated polymer semiconductors. The soft-etching process consists of selective etching of the gate made of a dielectric polymer and deposition of another gate dielectric layer. The method enables the use of a more desirable polymer dielectric layer for the p-channel and n-channel organic field-effect transistors (OFETs… CONTINUE READING