Macroscopic and high-throughput printing of aligned nanostructured polymer semiconductors for MHz large-area electronics

  title={Macroscopic and high-throughput printing of aligned nanostructured polymer semiconductors for MHz large-area electronics},
  author={Sadir Gabriele Bucella and Alessandro Luzio and Eliot Gann and Lars Stage Thomsen and Christopher R McNeill and Giuseppina Pace and Andrea Perinot and Zhihua Chen and Antonio F. Facchetti and Mario Caironi},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
High-mobility semiconducting polymers offer the opportunity to develop flexible and large-area electronics for several applications, including wearable, portable and distributed sensors, monitoring and actuating devices. An enabler of this technology is a scalable printing process achieving uniform electrical performances over large area. As opposed to the deposition of highly crystalline films, orientational alignment of polymer chains, albeit commonly achieved by non-scalable/slow bulk… CONTINUE READING
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