Growth of Ultrathin Organic Semiconductor Microstripes with Thickness Control in the Monolayer Precision†
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This work was funded by the Germany–China Joint Project TRR61 (DFG‐NSFC Transregio Project), the NSFC key project (grant number 91227201) and EU project (grant number FP7‐People‐2009‐IRSES/247641).
Organic semiconductors: Growth of ultrathin (<15 nm), continuous, and microstructured organic semiconductor (OSC) films at monolayer precision is important for organic electronics and a challenging task. Uniform monolayer to hexalayer (ca. 1.6–12 nm; see picture) dendritic OSC microstripes at monolayer precision are grown by a dip‐coating process.
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