Gas-Dependent Field Effect Transistor with an Electrodeposited Conducting Polymer Gate Contact

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Meijerink, M.G.H. and Koudelka-Hep, M. and Rooij, N.F. de and Strike, D.J. and Hendrikse, J. and Olthuis, W. and Bergveld, P. (1999) Gas-Dependent Field Effect Transistor with an Electrodeposited Conducting Polymer Gate Contact. Electrochemical and solid-state letters, 2 (3). pp. 138-139. ISSN 1099-0062

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Abstract:Field effect transistor structures with a conducting polymer gate contact have been realized. An electrodeposition technique, suitable for a wide range of conducting polymers, was used. This is illustrated with the deposition of two different types of polypyrroles. The sensors show responses to organic vapors due to partial charge transfer between the sorbed vapor and the conducting polymer, and can be used for electronic nose applications. Due to the measuring principle, based on work function instead of resistance changes, this sensor is also believed to be useful for fundamental research on gas-polymer interactions. ©1999 The Electrochemical Society
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1149/1.1390761
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