Flexible Textile-Based Organic Transistors Using Graphene/Ag Nanoparticle Electrode
AbstractHighly flexible and electrically-conductive multifunctional textiles are desirable for use in wearable electronic applications. In this study, we fabricated multifunctional textile composites by vacuum filtration and wet-transfer of graphene oxide films on a flexible polyethylene terephthalate (PET) textile in association with embedding Ag nanoparticles (AgNPs) to improve the electrical conductivity. A flexible organic transistor can be developed by direct transfer of a dielectric/semiconducting double layer on the graphene/AgNP textile composite, where the textile composite was used as both flexible substrate and conductive gate electrode. The thermal treatment of a textile-based transistor enhanced the electrical performance (mobility = 7.2 cm2·V−1·s−1, on/off current ratio = 4
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Kim, Y.; Kwon, Y.J.; Lee, K.E.; Oh, Y.; Um, M.-K.; Seong, D.G.; Lee, J.U. Flexible Textile-Based Organic Transistors Using Graphene/Ag Nanoparticle Electrode. Nanomaterials 2016, 6, 147.
Kim Y, Kwon YJ, Lee KE, Oh Y, Um M-K, Seong DG, Lee JU. Flexible Textile-Based Organic Transistors Using Graphene/Ag Nanoparticle Electrode. Nanomaterials. 2016; 6(8):147.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Youn; Kwon, Yeon J.; Lee, Kang E.; Oh, Youngseok; Um, Moon-Kwang; Seong, Dong G.; Lee, Jea U. 2016. "Flexible Textile-Based Organic Transistors Using Graphene/Ag Nanoparticle Electrode." Nanomaterials 6, no. 8: 147.
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