25_11/2013Organic Electronics: Hydrogen-Bonded Semiconducting Pigments for Air-Stable Field-Effect Transistors (Adv. Mater. 11/2013)

Perhaps the same materials used in printer inks and hair dyes can be employed in future electronic technologies? The front cover illustrates the use of hydrogen-bonded pigments, well-established printing inks, in organic electronic circuits. On page 1563, Eric Daniel Głowacki and co-workers present a new perspective for the design of stable organic semiconducting molecules based on intermolecular π-stacking reinforced by hydrogen-bonding bridges. Image design: Georg Wieser, WIEsuell-3D Animation & Multimedia, Austria.

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