Hole mobility of 3.56 cm2V−1s−1accomplished using more extended dithienothiophene with furan flanked diketopyrrolopyrrole polymer
Sonar, Prashant, Chang, Jingjing, Shi, Zugui, Gann, Eliot, Li, Jun, Wu, Jishan, & McNeill, Christopher R. (2015) Hole mobility of 3.56 cm2V−1s−1accomplished using more extended dithienothiophene with furan flanked diketopyrrolopyrrole polymer. Journal of Materials Chemistry C: materials for optical and electronic devices, 3(36), pp. 9299-9305.
A highly extended dithienothiophene comonomer building block was used in combination with highly fused aromatic furan substituted diketopyrrolopyrrole for the synthesis of novel donor–acceptor alternating copolymer PDPPF-DTT. Upon testing PDPPF-DTT as a channel semiconductor in top contact bottom gate organic field effect transistors (OFETs), it was found to exhibit p-channel behaviour. The highest hole mobility of 3.56 cm2 V−1 s−1 was reported for PDPPF-DTT. To our knowledge, this is the highest mobility reported so far for the furan flanked diketopyrrolopyrrole class of copolymers using conventional device geometry with straightforward processing.
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