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Ambipolar light-emitting transistors of a tetracene single crystal

Author:
Takahashi, Tetsuo  Takenobu, Taishi  Takeya, Jun  Iwasa, Yoshihiro  


Journal:
ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS


Issue Date:
2007


Abstract(summary):

The first ambipolar light-emitting transistor of an organic molecular semiconductor single crystal, tetracene, is demonstrated. In the device configuration, electrons and holes injected from separate magnesium and gold electrodes recombined radiatively within the channel. By varying the applied voltages, the position of the recombination/emission zone could be moved to any position along the channel. Because of the changes made to the device structure, including, the use of single crystals and polymer dielectric layers and the adoption of an inert-atmosphere fabrication process, the set of materials that can be used for light-emitting transistors has been expanded to include monomeric molecular semiconductors.


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1623---1628


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