Micro- and nanopatterning techniques for organic electronic and optoelectronic systems

Etienne Menard, Matthew A. Meitl, Yugang Sun, Jang Ung Park, Daniel Jay Lee Shir, Yun Suk Nam, Seokwoo Jeon, John A. Rogers

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Abstract

The use of organic compounds as active materials in electronic and optoelectronic devices opens the door to a large number of efficient and potentially low-cost methods for fabricating useful, and, in some cases, complicated structures that are inaccessible by conventional methods using conventional semiconductors. The techniques available for processing and patterning organic materials move far beyond the lithographic methods that govern inorganic devices. This paper discusses the use of a range of processes that are unique to organic materials, including embossing, imprint lithography and capillary molding and printing, using a range of different stamping approaches.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1117-1160
Number of pages44
JournalChemical Reviews
Volume107
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007 Apr 1

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Optoelectronic devices
Stamping
Organic compounds
Molding
Lithography
Printing
Semiconductor materials
Processing
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Menard, E., Meitl, M. A., Sun, Y., Park, J. U., Shir, D. J. L., Nam, Y. S., ... Rogers, J. A. (2007). Micro- and nanopatterning techniques for organic electronic and optoelectronic systems. Chemical Reviews, 107(4), 1117-1160. https://doi.org/10.1021/cr050139y
Menard, Etienne ; Meitl, Matthew A. ; Sun, Yugang ; Park, Jang Ung ; Shir, Daniel Jay Lee ; Nam, Yun Suk ; Jeon, Seokwoo ; Rogers, John A. / Micro- and nanopatterning techniques for organic electronic and optoelectronic systems. In: Chemical Reviews. 2007 ; Vol. 107, No. 4. pp. 1117-1160.
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Menard, E, Meitl, MA, Sun, Y, Park, JU, Shir, DJL, Nam, YS, Jeon, S & Rogers, JA 2007, 'Micro- and nanopatterning techniques for organic electronic and optoelectronic systems', Chemical Reviews, vol. 107, no. 4, pp. 1117-1160. https://doi.org/10.1021/cr050139y

Micro- and nanopatterning techniques for organic electronic and optoelectronic systems. / Menard, Etienne; Meitl, Matthew A.; Sun, Yugang; Park, Jang Ung; Shir, Daniel Jay Lee; Nam, Yun Suk; Jeon, Seokwoo; Rogers, John A.

In: Chemical Reviews, Vol. 107, No. 4, 01.04.2007, p. 1117-1160.

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