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The technology based on organic devices and sensors is becoming attractive for a wide range of applications. Indeed, the intrinsic characteristics of the organic materials, as the low-temperature process, flexibility, lightweight, biocompatibility, and even biodegradability, make them the basis for devices for the emerging flexible plastic electronics. Among the different possible applications, the electro-optical properties of organic semiconductors can be exploited for the development of devices for photosensing [1], imaging array [2], and optical memory [3]. The wide number of organic materials with different absorption spectra allows the development of photosensors with large spectral sensitivity or tuned to specific wavelengths. In particular, organic phototransistors (OPTs) are particularly promising since they combine light detection, typical of the photodiodes (OPD), with the intrinsic signal amplification that …
The Electrochemical Society, Inc.
Publication date: 
30 May 2021

Luigi Mariucci, Matteo Rapisarda, Antonio Valletta, Guglielmo Fortunato, Sara Carturan, Paolo Branchini, Sabrina Calvi

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Issue: 32 Pages: 1056-1056
Electrochemical Society Meeting Abstracts 239