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Publication details for Professor Michael Petty

Jeong, Y., Pearson, C., Lee, Y.U., Winchester, L., Hwang, J., Kim, H., Do, L.-M. & Petty, M.C. (2014). Zinc oxide thin-film transistors fabricated at low temperature by chemical spray pyrolysis. Journal of Electronic Materials 43(11): 4241-4245.

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Abstract

We report the electrical behavior of undoped zinc oxide thin-film transistors (TFTs) fabricated by low-temperature chemical spray pyrolysis. An aerosol system utilizing aerodynamic focusing was used to deposit the ZnO. Polycrystalline films were subsequently formed by annealing at the relatively low temperature of 140°C. The saturation mobility of the TFTs was 2 cm2/Vs, which is the highest reported for undoped ZnO TFTs manufactured below 150°C. The devices also had an on/off ratio of 104 and a threshold voltage of −3.5 V. These values were found to depend reversibly on measurement conditions.