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Carbon nanotube networks for thin film electronic applications

Carla Maria Aguirre-Carmona

PhD thesis (2007)

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Cite this document: Aguirre-Carmona, C. M. (2007). Carbon nanotube networks for thin film electronic applications (PhD thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal). Retrieved from https://publications.polymtl.ca/8004/
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Scope of the thesis -- The advent of flexible organic macroelectronics -- Current challenges -- Carbon nanotubes : powering up orgnaics with nanotechnology -- Objectives of the present work -- Outline the thesis -- Overview of carbon nanotube networks -- Fabrication of carbon nanotube networks -- Electrical properties of carbon nanotube networks -- Applications of carbon nanotube networks -- Experimental procedures -- Carbon nanotubes and their purification -- Separation and suspension of carbon nanotubes in solutions -- Optical spectroscopy -- Protocols for fabricating carbon nanotube networks -- Imaging of carbon nanotube networks -- Atomic force microscopy (AFM) imaging -- Electrical contacts to carbon nanotubes -- Patterning carbon nanotube networks -- Deposition of organic semiconductors -- Electrical characterization -- Evaluating the performance limits of conducting and semicondcuting carbon nanotube networks for thin-film applications -- The fabrication and scaling characteristics of aligned and random carbon nanotube network thin film transistors -- Self-assembly of carbon nanotube networks -- Electrical properties of carbon nanotube network thin film transistors -- Substrate vs. environment- What suppresses electron conduction in field-effect transistor? -- Carbon nanotube sheets as electrodes in organic light emitting diodes -- Carbon nanotubes as injection electrodes in organic thin film transistor.

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Carbone; Nanoréseaux; Couches minces; Nanotubes

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Department: Département de génie physique
Date Deposited: 04 Aug 2021 11:04
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2021 14:58
PolyPublie URL: https://publications.polymtl.ca/8004/

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