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Organic circuits reach new heights

Vertical organic thin-film transistors can be used to create complementary circuits that operate at high frequencies.

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Fig. 1: Building complementary circuits from vertical-channel organic transistors.


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Correspondence to Antonio Facchetti.

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A.F. is the chief technology officer of Flexterra Corporation, a company developing organic transistor technologies. W.H. and A.F. have filed a provisional patent application on vertical transistor architectures.

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Huang, W., Facchetti, A. Organic circuits reach new heights. Nat Electron 4, 544–545 (2021).

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