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Predictive Model for the Meniscus‐Guided Coating of High‐Quality Organic Single‐Crystalline Thin Films

Predictive Model for the Meniscus‐Guided Coating of High‐Quality Organic Single‐Crystalline Thin... COMMUNICATION www.advmat.de www.MaterialsViews.com Predictive Model for the Meniscus-Guided Coating of High- Quality Organic Single-Crystalline Thin Films Robby Janneck , * Federico Vercesi , Paul Heremans , Jan Genoe , and Cedric Rolin Driven by the potential of single-crystalline organic semicon- techniques. To this end, we zone-cast two different organic ductors for effi cient charge transport in high-performance semiconductors at various coating speeds, substrate tempera- [ 1–4 ] devices, a number of solution-based techniques have been tures, and with different solvents. recently developed to grow highly crystalline fi lms of organic In MGC techniques, the translation of the drop is caused [ 5–8 ] small molecules on large areas. Among them, meniscus- both by solvent evaporation and by an external force applied [ 9–11 ] guided coating (MGC) techniques, such as zone casting, to the bulk of the drop. Solvent evaporation is particularly [ 12,13 ][ 14–17 ][ 4 ][ 22,23 ] dip coating, solution shearing, hollow pen writing, enhanced in the meniscus region, leading to solute super- [ 18 ] or modifi ed edge casting, can potentially be applied for large- saturation and precipitation in that zone. Most MGC tech- area coatings. They all rely on a unidirectional displacement http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advanced Materials Wiley

Predictive Model for the Meniscus‐Guided Coating of High‐Quality Organic Single‐Crystalline Thin Films

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Wiley
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Copyright © 2016 WILEY‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
ISSN
0935-9648
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1521-4095
DOI
10.1002/adma.201602377
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27377034
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Abstract

COMMUNICATION www.advmat.de www.MaterialsViews.com Predictive Model for the Meniscus-Guided Coating of High- Quality Organic Single-Crystalline Thin Films Robby Janneck , * Federico Vercesi , Paul Heremans , Jan Genoe , and Cedric Rolin Driven by the potential of single-crystalline organic semicon- techniques. To this end, we zone-cast two different organic ductors for effi cient charge transport in high-performance semiconductors at various coating speeds, substrate tempera- [ 1–4 ] devices, a number of solution-based techniques have been tures, and with different solvents. recently developed to grow highly crystalline fi lms of organic In MGC techniques, the translation of the drop is caused [ 5–8 ] small molecules on large areas. Among them, meniscus- both by solvent evaporation and by an external force applied [ 9–11 ] guided coating (MGC) techniques, such as zone casting, to the bulk of the drop. Solvent evaporation is particularly [ 12,13 ][ 14–17 ][ 4 ][ 22,23 ] dip coating, solution shearing, hollow pen writing, enhanced in the meniscus region, leading to solute super- [ 18 ] or modifi ed edge casting, can potentially be applied for large- saturation and precipitation in that zone. Most MGC tech- area coatings. They all rely on a unidirectional displacement

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Published: Sep 1, 2016

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