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All-Inorganic Field Effect Transistors Fabricated By Printing.

Ridley, Nivi, Jacobson
Published 1999 · Medicine, Chemistry

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A solution of cadmium selenide nanocrystals was used to print inorganic thin-film transistors with field effect mobilities up to 1 square centimeter per volt second. This mobility is an order of magnitude larger than those reported for printed organic transistors. A field effect was achieved by developing a synthesis that yielded discretely sized nanocrystals less than 2 nanometers in size, which were free of intimately bound organic capping groups. The resulting nanocrystal solution exhibited low-temperature grain growth, which formed single crystal areas encompassing hundreds of nanocrystals. This process suggests a route to inexpensive, all-printed, high-quality inorganic logic on plastic substrates.
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