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Inkjet-printed organic electronics: Operational stability and reliability issues

: Medeiros, M.C.R.; Martinez-Domingo, C.; Ramon, E.; Negrier, A.T.; Sowade, E.; Mitra, K.Y.; Baumann, R.R.; McCulloch, I.; Carrabina, J.; Gomes, H.L.


Deen, M.J. ; Electrochemical Society -ECS-, Electronics and Photonics Division:
Organic semiconductor materials, devices, and processing 4 : Papers ... presented in the Symposium "Organic Semiconductor Materials, Devices, and Processing 4", held during the 223rd meeting of the Electrochemical Society, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, from May 12 to 16, 2013
Pennington, NJ: ECS, 2013 (ECS transactions 53.2013, Nr.26)
ISBN: 978-1-62332-123-9
ISBN: 978-1-60768-478-7
Symposium Organic Semiconductor Materials, Devices, and Processing <4, 2013, Toronto>
Electrochemical Society (ECS Meeting) <223, 2013, Toronto>
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The operational stability of all-inkjet printed transistors is reported. At room temperature the threshold voltage shifts following a stretched exponential with a relaxation time =1×103 s. Two distinct trap sites active in different temperature ranges, one at 200-250 K and other above 310 K cause the electrical instability. Both types of traps capture holes and can be fast neutralized by photogenerated electrons. Optically induced detrapping currents confirm the differences in trap signature. It is proposed, that the traps have a common physical origin related to water.