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Inherently volatile at atmospheric pressure and room temperature, plant-derived precursors present an interesting human-health-friendly precursor for the chemical vapour deposition of thin films. The electrical properties of films derived from Pelargonium graveolens (geranium) were investigated in metal-insulator-metal (MIM) structures. Thin polymer-like films were deposited using plasma-enhanced synthesis under various plasma input power. The J-V characteristics of thus-fabricated MIM weredoi:10.3390/electronics6040086 fatcat:q2rhwdqnzbei3krnjxamm2h3oq