Pinaceae Fir Resins as Natural Dielectrics for Low Voltage Operating, Hysteresis-Free Organic Field Effect Transistors

Jelena Ivić, Andreas Petritz, Cristian Vlad Irimia, Bilge Kahraman, Yasin Kanbur, Mateusz Bednorz, Cigdem Yumusak, Muhammad Awais Aslam, Aleksandar Matković, Klara Saller, Clemens Schwarzinger, Wolfgang Schühly, Annika I. Smeds, Yolanda Salinas, Manuela Schiek, Felix Mayr, Chunlin Xu, Christian Teichert, Mariana Osiac, Niyazi Serdar SariciftciBarbara Stadlober, Mihai Irimia-Vladu*

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Abstract

Natural dielectrics are emerging nowadays as a niche selection of materials for applications targeting biocompatibility and biodegradability for electronics and sensors within the overall effort of scientific community to achieve sustainable development and to build environmental consciousness. The two natural resins analyzed in this study, silver fir and Rocky mountain fir demonstrate robust dielectric properties and excellent film forming capabilities, while being trap free dielectrics in high-performance organic field effect transistors (OFETs) operating at voltages as low as 1 V. Immense research possibilities are demonstrated through the avenue of inorganic nanofillers insertions in the natural resins film, that opens the door for fabrication of very low voltage OFETs with high dielectric constant insulating layers.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2200234
Number of pages20
JournalAdvanced Sustainable Systems
Volume6
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2022
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

Keywords

  • bias stress
  • high breakdown field
  • hysteresis-free OFET
  • natural dielectrics
  • plant resins
  • sustainable electronics

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