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Ambipolar Multi-stripe Organic Field-effect Transistors.

M. Cavallini, P. D’Angelo, Victoria Vendrell Criado, D. Gentili, A. Shehu, F. Leonardi, S. Milita, F. Liscio, F. Biscarini
Published 2011 · Medicine, Materials Science

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