Multicolored Nanofiber Based Organic Light-Emitting Transistor

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPosterForskning

Resumé

For optoelectronic applications, organic semiconductors have several advantages over their inorganic counterparts such as facile synthesis, tunability via synthetic chemistry, and low temperature processing. Self-assembled, molecular crystalline nanofibers are of particular interest as they could form ultra-small light-emitters in future nanophotonic applications. Such organic nanofibers exhibit many interesting optical properties including polarized photo- and electroluminescence, waveguiding, and emission color tunability. We here present a first step towards a multicolored, electrically driven device by combining nanofibers made from two different molecules, parahexaphenylene (p6P) and 5,5´-Di-4-biphenyl-2,2´-bithiophene (PPTTPP), which emits blue and green light, respectively. The organic nanofibers are implemented on a bottom gate/bottom contact field-effect transistor platform using a simple roll-printing technique[1]. We compare both electrical transport and electrolu minescence (EL) properties and observe a correlation between the onset voltage for transport and EL emission.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato27. maj 2013
Antal sider1
StatusUdgivet - 27. maj 2013
BegivenhedE-MRS Spring Meeting 2013 - Strasbourg, Frankrig
Varighed: 27. maj 201331. maj 2013

Konference

KonferenceE-MRS Spring Meeting 2013
LandFrankrig
ByStrasbourg
Periode27/05/201331/05/2013

Emneord

  • Organic nanofibers

Citer dette

With Jensen, P. B., Kjelstrup-Hansen, J., Tavares, L., & Rubahn, H-G. (2013). Multicolored Nanofiber Based Organic Light-Emitting Transistor. Poster session præsenteret på E-MRS Spring Meeting 2013, Strasbourg, Frankrig.
With Jensen, Per Baunegaard ; Kjelstrup-Hansen, Jakob ; Tavares, Luciana ; Rubahn, Horst-Günter. / Multicolored Nanofiber Based Organic Light-Emitting Transistor. Poster session præsenteret på E-MRS Spring Meeting 2013, Strasbourg, Frankrig.1 s.
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With Jensen, PB, Kjelstrup-Hansen, J, Tavares, L & Rubahn, H-G 2013, 'Multicolored Nanofiber Based Organic Light-Emitting Transistor', E-MRS Spring Meeting 2013, Strasbourg, Frankrig, 27/05/2013 - 31/05/2013.

Multicolored Nanofiber Based Organic Light-Emitting Transistor. / With Jensen, Per Baunegaard; Kjelstrup-Hansen, Jakob; Tavares, Luciana ; Rubahn, Horst-Günter.

2013. Poster session præsenteret på E-MRS Spring Meeting 2013, Strasbourg, Frankrig.

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPosterForskning

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