|Full name||1,4,8,11-tetramethyl-6,13-triethylsilylethynyl pentacene|
|Molecular weight||611.017 g/mol|
|Appearance||Black crystalline solid|
|Solvents||Anisole, butylbenzene, chlorobenzene, chloroform, dichlorobenzene, tetrahydrofuran, toluene, xylene|
|Recommended concentration||10 mg/ml (drop cast / spin cast)|
1,4,8,11-tetramethyl-6,13-triethylsilylethynyl pentacene also known as TMTES-Pentacene. It is a soluble derivative of Pentacene , achieving mobilities of up to 4.34 cm2/Vs. TMTES-Pentacene is an ideal small-molecule semiconductor for both device fabrication and investigating the charge transport of solution-processed crystal semiconductor . Mobilities of 3.5 cm2/Vs have been measured when spin coated using CYTOP© as the gate dielectric , and mobilities of up to 4.34 cm2/Vs have been achieved when used with high-permittivity polymer binders .
(Please note that Ossila has no formal connection to any other authors or institutions in these references):
 High performance, acene-based organic thin film transistors. Gonzalo R Llorente et al., Chem. Commun., p3059-3061 (2009)
 Charge-transport physics of high-mobility molecular semiconductors. H Sirringhaus et al., Status Solidi B., V 9, 1655-1676 (2012)
 High Performance Organic Transistors Using Small Molecule Semiconductors and High Permittivity Semiconducting Polymers. Keri L McCall et al., Advanced Functional Materials, V 17, Issue 17, p3421-3434 (2007)
 Hall-Effect Measurements Probing the Degree of Charge-Carrier Delocalization in Solution-Processed Crystalline Molecular Semiconductors. Jui-Fen Chang et al., PhysRe Lett, V 107, 066601 (2011)
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