|Title:||Multiband Photoresponding Field-Effect Transistor Memory Using Conjugated Block Copolymers with Pendent Isoindigo Coils as a Polymer Electret||Authors:||Lin C.-F
|Keywords:||conjugated block copolymer;photomemory;photoprogramming;polyfluorene;polymer electret;Block copolymers;Conjugated polymers;Electrets;Field effect transistors;Microphase separation;Morphology;Optical properties;Surface morphology;Conjugated block copolymers;Field-effect transistor;Isoindigo;Molecular organization;Multi band;Photomemory;Photonic fields;Photoprogramming;Polyfluorenes;Polymer electret;Charge transfer||Issue Date:||2021||Journal Volume:||7||Journal Issue:||12||Source:||Advanced Electronic Materials||Abstract:||
In this study, the authors report a series of conjugated block copolymers, PF-b-Piso comprising poly[2,7-(9,9-dihexylfluorene)] (PF), and poly(pendent isoindigo) (Piso) for polymer electret in the photonic field-effect transistor (FET) memory device. The optical properties, surface morphology, and molecular organization of these BCPs are investigated systematically. Accordingly, Piso with absorption in the Ultraviolet C range (UVC, 200–280 nm) possibly rendered the device with a multiband photoresponse, and a good memory performance is achieved by optimizing the polymer composition. Therefore, the memory device comprising PF-b-Piso could perform a high current contrast of 106 to 405 nm light and 105 to 254 nm light over 104 s. In addition, a current contrast of 104 and 102 is achieved in response to 650 and 530 nm light, and this phenomenon can be attributed to the charge transfer between channel and memory layers. The experimental results indicate that the block copolymer design not only conduces to forming a self-assembled microphase separation to stabilize the trapped charge in the polymer electret, but also triggers multiband photoresponding of the photonic FET memory. ? 2021 Wiley-VCH GmbH
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