소프트 일렉트로닉스 응용을 위한 유기반도체 친화적 절연층 표면 엔지니어링

Title
소프트 일렉트로닉스 응용을 위한 유기반도체 친화적 절연층 표면 엔지니어링
Authors
장미
Keywords
소프트일렉트로닉스응용을위한유기반도체친화적절연층표면엔지니어링
Issue Date
2012
Publisher
인하대학교
Abstract
Soft electronics with various applications including flexible electronic circuits, displays, solar cells, and sensors will enable future generation of electronics products that may eventually enter the mainstream electronics market. Organic semiconducting materials used as active layer of electronic devices have attractive characteristics: versatility of molecular design and synthesis, light-weight, mechanical flexibility, and low-cost, large-area processability due to low-temperature roll-to-roll method. In particular, organic semiconductors are more suitable for soft electronics, in comparison to inorganic counterparts incompatible with plastic substrate. In order to induce favorable charge transport in organic field-effect transistors (OFETs), vacuum- or solution-processable semiconductor layers are required with preferentially oriented π-π stacking of the molecules, along the current flow direction. It is also important that the semiconductor thin films contain interconnected and w
Description
Table of Contents Abstract i List of Figures and Tables viii Chapter 1. Introduction to Soft Electronics: Organic Semiconductors and Their Applications 1 1-1. Soft Electronics 2 1-2. Organic Semiconductors 7 1-3. Basic Field-Effect Transistor Operation 12 1-4. Semiconductor-Gate Dielectric Interface Engineering 17 1-5. References 35 Chapter 2. Polymer-Coupled Oxides: Physicochemically Stable Dielectrics for Multipurpose Organic Electronic Applications 39 Abstract 39 2-1. Introduction 41 2-2. Experimental 45 2-3. Results and Discussion 47 2-4. Conclusion 71 2-5. References 72 2-6. Appendix 78 Chapter 3. Soft Polymer/Oxide Hybrid Dielectrics: Subsidence of Organic Semiconducting Layers onto Soft Polymer Dielectrics 92 3-1. Introduction 93 3-2. Experimental 97 3-3. Results and Discussion 99 3-4. Conclusion 127 3-5. References 128 3-6. Appendix 132 Chapter 4. Future Works: Organic Flash Memory 134 4-1. Introduction to Organic Memory 135 4-2. Operating Principles of Organic Flash Memo
URI
http://dspace.inha.ac.kr/handle/10505/23429
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