Paper Title:
Novel Organic Hole Transport Layers for Molecular Electronic Systems
  Abstract

Five novel triarylamines based on the bulky dehydroabietic acid unit have been synthesised, and their potential as hole transport layers tested. This bulky group facilitates film preparation and stability without significantly affecting the chemical or materials properties. Three of these systems present excellent stability, and show considerable potential for device applications.

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Periodical
Materials Science Forum (Volumes 514-516)
Edited by
Paula Maria Vilarinho
Pages
8-12
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.514-516.8
Citation
H. D. Burrows, R. Castro, M. A. Esteves, B. Gigante, L. Leitão, A. Pauleta, "Novel Organic Hole Transport Layers for Molecular Electronic Systems", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 514-516, pp. 8-12, 2006
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May 2006
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