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Non-conventional Processing and Post-processing Methods for the Nanostructuring of Conjugated Materials for Organic Electronics
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
  • Publication Sub Type:
    Article
  • Authors:
    De Luca G, Pisula W, Credgington D, Treossi E, Fenwick O, Lazzerini GM, Dabirian R, Orgiu E, Liscio A, Palermo V, Mullen K, Cacialli F, Samori P
  • Publisher:
    WILEY-BLACKWELL
  • Publication date:
    08/04/2011
  • Pagination:
    1279, 1295
  • Journal:
    ADV FUNCT MATER
  • Volume:
    21
  • Issue:
    7
  • Print ISSN:
    1616-301X
  • Language:
    EN
  • Keywords:
    FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS, HEXA-PERI-HEXABENZOCORONENE, SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY, POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC-HYDROCARBONS, DISCOTIC LIQUID-CRYSTALS, MULTIPLE LENGTH SCALES, HIGH-PERFORMANCE, THIN-FILMS, NANOSCALE ARCHITECTURE, CHARGE-TRANSPORT
  • Addresses:
    De Luca, G
    CNR
    Ist Mat Compositi & Biomed
    I-80125
    Naples
    Italy

    UCL
    London Ctr Nanotechnol
    London
    England
Abstract
In the search for new ways to combine the appealing simplicity of solution processing methods and the need for a high performance of the active layer of organic (opto)electronic devices, the possibilities given by the joint use of well-established casting techniques and post-treatment procedures are explored, as well as new and unconventional deposition protocols to tailor self-assembled architectures with a high degree of order at different length scales, from the subnanometer up to the macroscopic scale. In fact, even the same organic molecule can give rise to different molecular architectures which, in turn, may offer the possibility to exploit a large variety of new functionalities of the deposited materials, paving the way towards the fabrication multifunctional organic-based devices.
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