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Large-area single-crystal organic patterned thin films by vertically confined lateral crystal growth via capillary force lithography

Title
Large-area single-crystal organic patterned thin films by vertically confined lateral crystal growth via capillary force lithography
Author
성명모
Keywords
Single crystal organic thin film; Large-area fabrication; Vertical confinement; High mobility; Organic field-effect transistor; Capillary force lithography
Issue Date
2019-11
Publisher
ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
Citation
APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE, v. 494, Page. 1023-1029
Abstract
We report a one-step fabrication method for large-area single-crystal organic thin films guided through vertically confined lateral crystal growth via capillary force lithography (VC-LCG via CLF). In this method, organic molecules in ink solutions self-assemble and crystallize within the vertically confined channels of patterned molds. Vertical confinement, determined by the channel depth, played a major role with regard to the crystallization and formation of single-crystalline organic thin films. We also demonstrated its usefulness by fabricating wafer-scale arrays of single-crystal organic thin film transistors with high performance and uniformly distributed electrical properties, which could be attributed to their large-scale single-crystalline nature, homogeneous film morphologies and the suppression of multiple crystal orientations. Especially, the versatility to various organic molecules, ease of processing optimization, and uniform crystallinity all over the patterned area increase the possibility of VC-LCG to apply in the industrial process.
URI
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169433219322202?via%3Dihubhttps://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/155446
ISSN
0169-4332; 1873-5584
DOI
10.1016/j.apsusc.2019.07.184
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