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The researchers reported that much progress has been made in the development of light-emitting organic field-effect transistors (LE-OFETs) since they first appeared in 2003.
Light-receiving organic field-effect transistors (LR-OFETs), on the other hand, are much less developed than their light-emitting siblings.
Some specific areas described are surface magnetic properties and magnetoimpedance in metallic glasses for new sensor applications, organic field-effect transistors, and self-assembled synthesis and optical properties of lamellar mesostructured inorganic-organic nanocomposites.
by changing concentration, size and shape of SAM coated NPs or NRs) and controlling its hierarchical self-assembly at multiple length scales, new and more efficient photoswitchable organic field-effect transistors (OFETs) will be realized, towards the development of multi-gating, thus multifunctional devices.
This collection of papers on the theories behind the applications and the applications themselves includes material on aspects of charge transport in organic semiconductors from a molecular perspective, charge transport in oligomers, charge transport physics of solution-processed organic field-effect transistors, selection and design of dielectric materials, grazing incidence x-ray diffraction, scanning probe techniques, solution deposition of oligomers and polymers, inkjet printed OTFTs, soft lithography, vacuum evaporated thin films and a range of applications, including those for radio frequency identification tags, organic transistor chemical sensors, flexible and large area e-skins and ORFTs for flat panel displays.