Morphology-driven High Performance Polymer Transistor based

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Morphology-driven High Performance Polymer Transistor based
Supporting Information
Morphology-driven High Performance Polymer
Transistor based Ammonia Gas Sensor
Seong Hoon Yu,† Jangwhan Cho,† Kyu Min Sim, † Jae Un Ha, † Dae Sung Chung *,†
†
School of Chemical Engineering and Material Science, Chung-Ang University, Seoul 156756, Korea ([email protected])
Corresponding Authors
E-mail: [email protected]
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CONTENTS
Figure S1. FTIR spectra of the PBTTT films before and after ammonia gas exposure. In each
spectra, α (3150-3050 cm-1): stretching vibration of C-H in aromatics; β (3000-2850 cm-1):
stretching vibration of C-H in alkanes; γ (1600-1400 cm-1): stretching vibration of C-C in
aromatics. ...............................................................................................................................S-3
Figure S2. Transfer curves of (a) SiO2-, (b) OTS-, (c) Cytop-based PFETs without any gas
exposure. ……........................................................................................................................S-4
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Figure S1. FTIR spectra of the PBTTT films before and after ammonia gas exposure. In
each spectra, α (3150-3050 cm-1): stretching vibration of C-H in aromatics; β (30002850 cm-1): stretching vibration of C-H in alkanes; γ (1600-1400 cm-1): stretching
vibration of C-C in aromatics.
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Figure S2. Transfer curves of (a) SiO2-, (b) OTS-, (c) Cytop-based PFETs without any
gas exposure.
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