Organic Field Effect Transistors: Noncovalent Functionalization and Passivation of Black Phosphorus with Optimized Perylene Diimides for Hybrid Field Effect Transistors
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Organic Field Effect Transistors: Noncovalent Functionalization and Passivation of Black Phosphorus with Optimized Perylene Diimides for Hybrid Field Effect Transistors

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LLoret, Vicent; Nuín, Edurne; Kohring, Maite; Wild, Stefan; Löffler, Mario; Neiss, Christian; Krieger, Michael; Hauke, Frank; Görling, Andreas; weber, Heiko B.; Abellán Sáez, Gonzalo; Hirsch, Andreas
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The noncovalent functionalization of two-dimensional black phosphorus (BP) with tailor made perylene diimides (PDI) leads to the efficient passivation of BP field effect transistors (FET). This straightforward wet chemical approach allows to preserve the electronic properties under environmental conditions. More details can be found in article number 2001290 by Gonzalo Abellán, Andreas Hirsch, and co-workers.
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