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2016-03-31 10:42:00

Successful Cooperation of Two Institutes

A joint project of Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics (Chernogolovka) and Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry has resulted in a new conceptual design of organic field-effect transistors (OFET) developed by Prof. P. Troshin’s team (IPCP) with the use of photo- and electrochromic diarylethene synthesized at ZIOC Laboratory of Heterocyclic Compounds headed by Prof. M. Krayushkin.

These are OFET-based memory elements operating via optically and electrically triggered charge separation between organic semiconductor (fullerene C60) and 1,2-bis(hetaryl)ethene dielectric layers. These devices demonstrate high programming speeds, exceptionally wide memory windows (≈10 V), high switching coefficients of ≈105 at reasonably low operation voltages (3–10 V), and good write-read-erase cycling stability.

For details, see the publication:

OFET-based memory devices operating via optically and electrically modulated charge separation between the semiconductor and 1,2-bis(hetaryl)ethene dielectric layers.

L.A. Frolova, A.A. Rezvanova, V.Z. Shirinian, A.G. Lvov, A.V. Kulikov, M.M. Krayushkin, P.A. Troshin. Adv. Electron. Mater. 2016, 2, 1500219, DOI: 10.1002/aelm.201500219.


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We are happy to invite you to Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry to take part in the International Conference ChemTrends-2018 on Organic & Hybrid Functional Materials and Additive Technologies to be held on September 23-28, 2018.
Professor Mario Pargliaro Lecturing at Zelinsky Institute Prof Mario Pagliaro (Palermo Italy) gave two talks on June 8th and 9th.
Selective In-Situ Metal Azide Reactions Alexey Sukhorukov, N. D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Moscow, Russia, and colleagues studied the selective reactions of in-situ generated metal azides on N,N-bis(oxy)enamines. By combining readily generated bis(oxy)enamine substrates with sodium azide and one of a variety of metal salts (including Mg, Cu, Zn, Co, and Ni), the researchers showed that the metal cation selectively alters the mechanism to favor the formation of specific organoazide products.
On February 1st, Prof. Gleb Sukhorukov from the School of Engineering and Materials Science, Queen Mary, University of London, gave a lecture “Remote Controlled Delivery Nanosystems” at ZIOC.
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