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Switches from - to -Bonding Complexes Controlled by Gate Voltages

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Abstract:

A conjugated polymer/metal ion/liquid-crystal molecular system was set between source and drain electrodes with a 100 nm gap. When gate voltage (Vg) increases, the current between source and drain electrodes increases. Infrared spectra show this system to be composed of and complexes. At Vg = 0, the complex dominates the complex, whereas the complex becomes dominant when Vg is switched on. Calculations found that the complex has lower conductivity than the complex.

Keywords: CONJUGATED POLYMER COMPLEX; FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR; LIQUID CRYSTALS; MOLECULAR SWITCHES; STRUCTURAL CHANGES

Document Type: Short Communication

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1166/jnn.2005.190

Publication date: 2005-10-01

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