medium-scale carbon nanotube thin-film integrated circuits on flexible plastic substrates - flexible plastic sheet
The ability to form an integrated circuit on a flexible plastic sheet makes properties (
Shape preservation and flexible formats, for example, as well as light and seismic structures)
In electronic devices that are difficult or impossible to achieve using semiconductor wafers or glass plates as sub-layers. Organic small-
Molecules and polymers
The basic materials of this flexible circuit represent the most widely explored types of semiconductors.
Although these materials and materials using inorganic films or nano-structures have prospects in some applications, the demonstration of the existing materials in plastic circuits shows that moderate performance features may limit applications
Here we report a relatively high implementation
Base semiconductor composed of sub
Single-layer, single-random network
Small-walled carbon nanotubes-to medium-
A scale integrated digital circuit consisting of nearly 100 transistors on a plastic substrate.
Transistors in these ICs have excellent performance: up to 80 cm 2 v-1u2009s-
1, sub-threshold slope as low as 14 m
1. operating voltage less than 5 v, and deterministic control of threshold voltage, up to 105 on/off ratio, even for rough switching speed (∼100-μm)
Geometry of the equipment and good mechanical flexibility
All of these have a high degree of uniformity and repeatability
Yield manufacturing of integrated circuits.
From the heterogeneous penetration transmission through the network to the compact model of the transistor to the analog level, theoretical calculations provide a quantitative and predictive understanding of these systems.
Together, these results show that
Single layer film
Wall carbon nanotubes are ideal materials for flexible integrated circuits and have broad application prospects in the field of consumer electronics and other electronic products.