A new review article in volume 217 of Synthetic Metals is now available to Materials Today users to download for free.

The review article looks at the design strategy for molecules for high-mobility organic semiconductors, and presents the correlation between molecular/packing structures and electronic structures in the solid state for representative high-mobility organic semiconductors. The paper then proposes several different molecular factors that can be controlled for realizing high-mobility organic semiconductors.

Editor of Synthetic Metals, Prof. Takehiko Ishiguro said: "High performance organic devices stand at the core of organic electronics, sweeping the contemporary internet society. This review article provides a transparent guide to the dense forest of useful molecules, focusing on high field-effect-mobility semiconductors, and presents insightful knowledge helpful for those working in synthesis as well as for users wishing to have learn the essence about this topic."

Click here to read more about the review article.