Transport Characterization of Chemically-Functionalized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Thin film transistor
- Transport Characterization of Chemically-Functionalized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Thin film transistor
- 이정아; 백경갑; 이상엽; 주병권; 이윤희; 신현준
- carbon nanotube; thin film transistor
- Issue Date
- Journal of the Electrochemical Society
- VOL 158, NO 9, K175-K182
- The electronic transport properties of the thin film transistor (TFT) devices consisting of carboxyl-modified single-walled carbon
nanotube (c-SWCNT) network are studied. This work is focused on the analysis of the effect of chemical treatment on the electronic
transport properties from these devices. The c-SWCNT thin film transistor (c-SWCNT TFT) devices were fabricated by a
directed assembly method based on electrostatic interaction between amino-functionalized substrate and c-SWCNTs. The electrical
characteristics of c-SWCNT TFTs were measured at room temperature. From the Raman results and the transport characteristics
of c-SWCNT TFT devices, the transport mechanism in these devices can be accounted that the deep levels arising from
vacancy-adatom complex induced the changes in the electronic band structure of SWCNTs.
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