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Graphene Transistors on Mechanically Flexible Polyimide Incorporating Atomic-Layer-Deposited Gate Dielectric

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1 Author(s)
Nayfeh, O.M. ; Sensors & Electron Devices Directorate, United States Army Res. Lab., Adelphi, MD, USA

Transistors are constructed using chemical vapor-deposited graphene on mechanically flexible polyimide and incorporate a low-temperature atomic-layer-deposited gate dielectric. Three-micrometer gate length transistors with Vds = 2.0 V have a drive current of >; 0.3 A/mm with a transconductance of >; 3 mS/mm. The peak hole and electron mobilities are 295 and 106 cm2/V · s, respectively. Subsequent to repeated flexing, the ambipolar characteristics and extremely low gate leakage remain intact with <; 15% reduction in the peak carrier mobility. Good agreement is obtained between the measured mobility and a physically based empirical model and is consistent with the mobility limited by impurity levels and surface roughness. Using graphene-on-polyimide transistors, radio-frequency functionalities, including signal amplification and phase shifting, are demonstrated, and routes for performance improvement are discussed. The results are important for the development of graphene-based electronics on mechanically flexible substrates.

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Electron Device Letters, IEEE  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 10 )

Date of Publication:

Oct. 2011

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