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SE4 Circuits and Applications for Organic Electronics
2004 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37519)
Organic materials can be created which are semiconductors similar to silicon. Functioning semiconductor devices and circuits have already been fabricated using those materials. However, important device parameters such as the mobility and the contact resistance are inferior to silicon. Why then, do we want to develop a process based on such organic materials? It is the potential of low-cost manufacturing, and the flexibility of the substrate that makes this technology worthwhile for a varietydoi:10.1109/isscc.2004.1332627 fatcat:h35kf2b6hrctla4azzlt6boari