9 September 2008 DNA-conductive polymer blends for applications in biopolymer-based field effect transistors (FETs)
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This paper demonstrates the use of DNA based biopolymers as semiconducting thin films in organic field effect transistors. The "doping" of the DNA molecules with conductive polymers leads to a significant decrease of the overall resistivity in the blend with effective free charge carrier mobilities comparable to other conductive polymers such as Pentacene and P3HT. Baytron P as well as single wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) have been explored as "doping" conductive polymers.
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F. Ouchen, F. Ouchen, S. N. Kim, S. N. Kim, M. Hay, M. Hay, H. Zate, H. Zate, G. Subramanyam, G. Subramanyam, J. G. Grote, J. G. Grote, C. M. Bartsch, C. M. Bartsch, R. R. Naik, R. R. Naik, "DNA-conductive polymer blends for applications in biopolymer-based field effect transistors (FETs)", Proc. SPIE 7040, Nanobiosystems: Processing, Characterization, and Applications, 704009 (9 September 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.801358; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.801358
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