Inkjet-patterned, organic complementary circuits integrated with polymer mechanical sensors

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Event Invited paper in ECS Transactions

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Tse Nga Ng
Daniel, Jurgen H.
Garner, Sean
Krusor, Brent S.
Beverly Russo
Ana Claudia Arias
Technical Publications
October 10th 2010
Complementary inverters were fabricated by inkjet patterning of organic thin-film transistors, with typical carrier mobility of ~0.01-0.05 cm2/Vs for both types of semiconductors in top-gate configuration. The inverters showed a typical gain of -8 with VDD at 10 V, and polymeric accelerometers were integrated with the inverters to demonstrate sensor signal amplification.

Citation

Ng, T.; Daniel, J. H.; Garner, S.; Krusor, B. S.; Russo, B.; Arias, A. C. Inkjet-patterned, organic complementary circuits integrated with polymer mechanical sensors. Invited paper in Electrochemical Society Transactions. 2010; 33 (5): 239-243.

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