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Semiconducting Molecules

Semiconducting molecules are organic compounds which exhibit semiconducting properties. Semiconducting molecules are composed of carbon-based organic compounds, unlike traditional semiconductors like silicon which are inorganic materials.

Features and Properties

  • Tunable conductivity. Semiconducting molecules can conduct electricity. Their properties can be tuned by modify the chemical structure, allowing precise control over their conductivity.
  • Low cost-manufacturing. Low cost, solution-based processing methods can be used leading to reduced device manufacturing costs. Semiconducting molecules are also generally cheaper to produce than inorganic semiconductors.
  • Flexibility. Organic molecules are more flexible than inorganic materials, enabling the fabrication of flexible or stretchable devices.

Explore our small-molecule semiconductors for use as emmitters and interlayers in TADF-based OLEDs, active materials in OFETs, and as interface materials to perovskites. Maximize your device efficency by fabricating and testing new devices in a glove box environment. 

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Related categories: transport layer materials, OLED dopant materials, OLED host materials, TADF materials

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