AbstractFour pinaceae pine resins analyzed in this study: black pine, shore pine, Baltic amber, and rosin demonstrate excellent dielectric properties, outstanding film forming, and ease of processability from ethyl alcohol solutions. Their trap‐free nature allows fabrication of virtually hysteresis‐free organic field effect transistors operating in a low voltage window with excellent stability under bias stress. Such green constituents represent an excellent choice of materials for applications targeting biocompatibility and biodegradability of electronics and sensors, within the overall effort of sustainable electronics development and environmental friendliness.

Pinaceae Pine Resins (Black Pine, Shore Pine, Rosin, and Baltic Amber) as Natural Dielectrics for Low Operating Voltage, Hysteresis‐Free, Organic Field Effect Transistors

Rosarita D'Orsi;Erika Ribechini;Alessandra Operamolla;
2023-01-01

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AbstractFour pinaceae pine resins analyzed in this study: black pine, shore pine, Baltic amber, and rosin demonstrate excellent dielectric properties, outstanding film forming, and ease of processability from ethyl alcohol solutions. Their trap‐free nature allows fabrication of virtually hysteresis‐free organic field effect transistors operating in a low voltage window with excellent stability under bias stress. Such green constituents represent an excellent choice of materials for applications targeting biocompatibility and biodegradability of electronics and sensors, within the overall effort of sustainable electronics development and environmental friendliness.
2023
Elisabetta Coppola, Maria; Petritz, Andreas; Vlad Irimia, Cristian; Yumusak, Cigdem; Mayr, Felix; Bednorz, Mateusz; Matkovic, Aleksandar; Awais Aslam, Muhammad; Saller, Klara; Schwarzinger, Clemens; Daniela Ionita, Maria; Schiek, Manuela; Smeds, Annika I.; Salinas, Yolanda; Brüggemann, Oliver; D'Orsi, Rosarita; Mattonai, Marco; Ribechini, Erika; Operamolla, Alessandra; Teichert, Christian; Xu, Chunlin; Stadlober, Barbara; Serdar Sariciftci, Niyazi; Irimia‐vladu, Mihai
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