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Devices are fabricated onto a 125-μm-thick plastic foil (i.e., PET or PEN). The active layer of the device is formed by 150-nm-thick microcrystalline TIPGe-Pn (i.e. bis(triisopropylgermylethynyl)-pentacene). This organic small-molecule semiconductor is deposited from solution (i.e., 0.5 weight % in toluene) by drop casting onto two gold interdigitated electrodes. The devices are annealed at 90°C for 1 hour. The gold interdigitated electrodes are deposited by thermal evaporation and patterned by photolithography. The channel length is L = 30 μm, while the channel width is, in one case, W = 205.5 mm (W/L = 6850) and, in the other, W = 45 mm (W/L = 1500).

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