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C11.03 - Self-Wiring of Fullerene Crystal Arrays for Electronic Device Applications 
April 24, 2014   2:15pm - 2:30pm

Recently, self-assembled fullerene crystals are attracting great interest due to their peculiar self-assembly behavior as well as outstanding optoelectronic properties. However, position control of the self-assembled crystal is still a challenging issue despite the fact that they are essentially placed on a solid substrate for optoelectronic device application. Here, we present an efficient method to obtain array form of fullerene crystals by solution phase crystallization. Furthermore, the fullerene crystals can be selectively wired to each other by electron beam irradiation followed by proper solvent treatment. The interconnected fullerene crystals become electrically conducting upon the exposure to alkali metal vapor.

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