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  • Materials Strategies for Organic Neuromorphic Devices ANNUAL REVIEW OF MATERIALS RESEARCH, VOL 51, 2021 Gumyusenge, A., Melianas, A., Keene, S. T., Salleo, A., Clarke, D. R. 2021; 51: 47-71
  • Semiconducting polymer blends that exhibit stable charge transport at high temperatures SCIENCE Gumyusenge, A., Tran, D. T., Luo, X., Pitch, G. M., Zhao, Y., Jenkins, K. A., Dunn, T. J., Ayzner, A. L., Savoie, B. M., Mei, J. 2018; 362 (6419): 1131-+


    Although high-temperature operation (i.e., beyond 150°C) is of great interest for many electronics applications, achieving stable carrier mobilities for organic semiconductors at elevated temperatures is fundamentally challenging. We report a general strategy to make thermally stable high-temperature semiconducting polymer blends, composed of interpenetrating semicrystalline conjugated polymers and high glass-transition temperature insulating matrices. When properly engineered, such polymer blends display a temperature-insensitive charge transport behavior with hole mobility exceeding 2.0 cm2/V·s across a wide temperature range from room temperature up to 220°C in thin-film transistors.

    View details for DOI 10.1126/science.aau0759

    View details for Web of Science ID 000452506300051

    View details for PubMedID 30523104