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Bilayer gate solves plastic transistor woes

2/1/2011 04:59 PM EST
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krisi
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re: Bilayer gate solves plastic transistor woes
krisi   2/23/2011 9:18:50 PM
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To @CowboyCeltic and others who worked on these type materials: how low is electron mobility? is 10% of crystalline silicon achievable? Kris

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CowboyCeltic   2/23/2011 8:51:53 PM
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I have been involved in this type of printable transistor research in the past and the big hurdle was always the electron mobility of the printable semiconductor materials.

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pixies   2/3/2011 6:52:47 PM
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Yeah, I agree, the advantages for polymer based transistors are flexibility, transparency, low temperature processiblity, ink-jet printability, and so on, not the smallness.

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krisi   2/1/2011 7:40:53 PM
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I don't think they need to be so small, you are not going to make an ASIC or microprocessor out of them ;-)...they need decent performance though...dr Kris

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R_Colin_Johnson   2/1/2011 6:55:26 PM
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Georgia Tech is concentrating on low-voltage operaton and longevity right now, but I am sure that shrinkage is also on their agenda of improvements.

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selinz   2/1/2011 6:32:17 PM
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Let's hope that they can give it a bit of shrink too!

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