Order Code: M241MSDS sheet
1,4,8,11-tetramethyl-6,13-triethylsilylethynyl pentacene also known as TMTES Pentacene.
A soluble derivative of Pentacene  achieving mobilities of up to 4.34. TMTES is an ideal small molecule semiconductor for both device fabrication and investigation of charge transport of solution processed crystal semiconductor . Mobilities of 3.5 cm2/Vs when spin coated using CYTOP© as gate dielectric  and up to 4.34 can be achieved when used with high permittivity polymer binders .
|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)|
References (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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