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February 22nd, 2007

Fujifilm Develops Coatable n-type Organic Semiconductor, Also Presents Prototype Transistor

Abstract:
Fujifilm Corp. has developed an n-type organic semiconductor and exhibited an organic transistor made of this material at Advanced Surface Technology Exhibition & Conference (ASTEC 2007) being held from February 21-23, 2007 at Tokyo Big Sight. The latest semiconductor uses a phthalocyanine material and can be treated as a liquid in the production process of organic transistors. In addition, it can be coated by using a simple technique such as spin coating and printing. Since it is relatively stable to oxygen, vapor and light irradiation, the semiconductor is reportedly able to extend the device life of organic transistors in which it is used.

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