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Baik, Jeong Min
Nano Energy and Environmental Materials Lab
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  • Nanogenerators, antimicrobial material, catalysis, smart sensors

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A composite of a graphene oxide derivative as a novel sensing layer in an organic field-effect transistor

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Title
A composite of a graphene oxide derivative as a novel sensing layer in an organic field-effect transistor
Author
Kim, YebyeolAn, Tae KyuKim, JiyeHwang, JihunPark, SeonukNam, SoojiCha, HyojungPark, Won JeongBaik, Jeong MinPark, Chan Eon
Keywords
THIN-FILM-TRANSISTORS; GRAPHITE OXIDE; SEMICONDUCTORS; SENSORS; TRANSPARENT; SENSITIVITY; TRANSPORT; POLYMERS
Issue Date
201406
Publisher
ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRYROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Citation
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C, v.2, no.23, pp.4539 - 4544
Abstract
We report the fabrication of a gas sensor with an oleylamine-modified graphene oxide (OA-GO)/poly(9-9′-dioctyl-fluorene-co-bithiophene) (F8T2) composite as an active layer and demonstrate that it has better sensing ability than a comparable device with an F8T2-only active layer. OA-GO was chosen as the receptor material because of its enhanced interaction with gas analytes and its easy mixing with F8T2. OA-GO was synthesized by a simple condensation reaction between GO and oleylamine (9-octadecylamine), and characterized by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. The sensitivities of the gas sensors with respect to acetone and ethanol analytes were investigated by measuring the electrical parameters of the corresponding organic field effect transistor at room temperature. The sensitivity of the OA-GO/F8T2 composite device was up to 34 times that of the F8T2 device for the mobility change of acetone.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c4tc00376d
ISSN
2050-7526
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