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На сайте журнала  Advanced Electronic Materials,   (IF 7,295) опубликована статья с участием сотрудников Института:  - к.х.н.М.С. Казанцева (завлаб ЛОЭ) и к.х.н. А.А. Сониной (снс, ЛОЭ))

Luminescent High-Mobility 2D Organic Semiconductor Single Crystals

Roman S. Fedorenko, Alexey V. Kuevda, Vasiliy A. Trukhanov, Vladislav G. Konstantinov, Andrey Yu. Sosorev, Alina A. Sonina, Maxim S. Kazantsev, Nikolay M. Surin,Souren Grigorian,Oleg V. Borshchev,Sergey A. Ponomarenko,Dmitry Yu. Paraschuk

Advanced Electronic Materials,

First published: 11 March 2022

doi: 10.1002/aelm.202101281

 

Abstract

2D organic semiconductor single crystals comprising one or a few molecular layers of macroscopic lateral sizes are ideal materials for ultrathin, flexible, and transparent field-effect devices—a platform for transistors and sensors. In recent years, these 2D materials have demonstrated high performance not inferior to their 3D counterparts. However, light emissive properties of 2D organic semiconductor single crystals have not yet been reported, and a combination of high charge-carrier mobility and bright luminescence in one material is still a challenge for 2D organic optoelectronics. Emissive high-mobility 2D organic semiconductor based on a [1]benzothieno[3,2-b]benzothiophene (BTBT)-derivative, 2,7-bis(4-decylphenyl)[1]benzothieno[3,2-b][1]benzothiophene (DPBTBT), is presented here. DPBTBT molecules self-organize in large-area ultrathin single-crystalline films consisting of one or a few molecular layers. These 2D single crystals perfectly suit as an active layer of organic field-effect transistors in full accordance with Shockley's model and uniquely combine the high charge-carrier mobility reaching 7.5 cm2 V–1 s–1 with prominent light emissive properties, which allow a demonstration of the first 2D organic light-emitting transistor. The high charge-carrier mobility and thermal stability of the crystalline phases, pronounced luminescence, and good shelf-life stability suggest that emissive BTBT-type molecules are a promising avenue for 2D organic optoelectronics.

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