Thiophene Oligomer and NTCDI Semiconductors with High Field-effect Transistor On/off Ratios

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Katz, H.E., Lovinger, A.J., Hong, X.M. et al. Thiophene Oligomer and NTCDI Semiconductors with High Field-effect Transistor On/off Ratios. MRS Online Proceedings Library 665, 76 (2000).

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