All characterization of the OECTs was performed using solutions of PBS as the electrolyte and an Ag/AgCl wire (Warner Instruments) as the gate of the OECT electrode. The I-V characteristics of the OECTs and OFETs were measured with a semiconductor parameter (4155C, Agilent). The Waveform Generator/Fast Measurement Unit (WGFMU) module of B1500 (Keysight) was used in measuring the drain currents, while the other WGFMU module was used in measuring the gate voltages of the OECT to determine the time response. A multifunction generator was used to generate the sinusoidal waves.

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