Organic Single-Crystal Light-Emitting Transistor Coupling with Optical Feedback Resonators

Organic light-emitting transistors (OLETs) are of great research interest because they combine the advantage of the active channel of a transistor that can control the luminescence of an in-situ light-emitting diode in the same device. Here we report a novel single-crystal OLET (SCLET) that is coupled with single crystal optical feedback resonators. The combination of … Continue reading

High Performance Ambipolar Field-Effect Transistor of Random Network Carbon Nanotubes

Ambipolar field-effect transistors of random network carbon nanotubes are fabricated from an enriched dispersion utilizing a conjugated polymer as the selective purifying medium. The devices exhibit high mobility values for both holes and electrons (3 cm2/V·s) with a high on/off ratio (106). The performance demonstrates the effectiveness of this process to purify semiconducting nanotubes and to … Continue reading