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Using a multi-disciplinary approach, Organic Field-Effect Transistors provides comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of organic transistors and their technological applications. It describes the latest understanding of the physics of charge transport in single-crystal devices, small molecule oligomers, and conjugated polymer devices. It presents the synthetic methodology used for organic semiconductors and offers an overview of various crystal and thin-film aspects of different organic semiconductors. Examining processing techniques and growth mechanisms for molecules, this text surveys current device architectures and includes several application examples.
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Zhenan Bao (simplified Chinese: 鲍哲楠; traditional Chinese: 鮑哲楠; pinyin: Bào Zhénán; born 1970), Ph.D., is a Professor of Chemical Engineering and Material Science and Engineering at Stanford University.
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