We introduce an easy process for the fabrication of solution-processed indium oxide (InO) thin film transistors (TFTs) by heating a precursor solution. InO TFTs fabricated from solutions of an InO precursor heated at 90 °C had the highest mobility of 4.61cm2V-1 s-1 after being annealed at 200 °C. When the InO precursor solution is heated, HNO3 may be thermally evaporated in the InO precursor solution. Nitrogen atoms can disrupt hydrolysis and condensation reactions. An InO thin film deposited from a solution of the heated InO precursor is advantageous for hydrolysis and condensation reactions due to the absence of nitrogen atoms.
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This work was supported by Konkuk University.
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