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“Green” electronics: biodegradable and biocompatible materials and devices for sustainable future
M Irimia-Vladu
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (2), 588-610, 2014
10232014
Green and biodegradable electronics
M Irimia-Vladu, ED Głowacki, G Voss, S Bauer, NS Sariciftci
Materials Today 15 (7-8), 340-346, 2012
5002012
Indigo‐A natural pigment for high performance ambipolar organic field effect transistors and circuits
M Irimia‐Vladu, ED Głowacki, PA Troshin, G Schwabegger, L Leonat, ...
Advanced Materials 24 (3), 375-380, 2012
4612012
Biocompatible and biodegradable materials for organic field‐effect transistors
M Irimia‐Vladu, PA Troshin, M Reisinger, L Shmygleva, Y Kanbur, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 20 (23), 4069-4076, 2010
4592010
Hydrogen-bonds in molecular solids–from biological systems to organic electronics
ED Głowacki, M Irimia-Vladu, S Bauer, NS Sariciftci
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 1 (31), 3742-3753, 2013
3602013
Route towards sustainable smart sensors: ferroelectric polyvinylidene fluoride-based materials and their integration in flexible electronics
B Stadlober, M Zirkl, M Irimia-Vladu
Chemical Society Reviews 48 (6), 1787-1825, 2019
2642019
Hydrogen‐bonded semiconducting pigments for air‐stable field‐effect transistors
ED Głowacki, M Irimia‐Vladu, M Kaltenbrunner, J Gsiorowski, MS White, ...
Advanced Materials 25 (11), 1563-1569, 2013
2592013
Electronic and optoelectronic materials and devices inspired by nature
P Meredith, CJ Bettinger, M Irimia-Vladu, AB Mostert, PE Schwenn
Reports on Progress in Physics 76 (3), 034501, 2013
2112013
Exotic materials for bio-organic electronics
M Irimia-Vladu, NS Sariciftci, S Bauer
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (5), 1350-1361, 2011
1902011
Indigo and Tyrian purple–from ancient natural dyes to modern organic semiconductors
ED Głowacki, G Voss, L Leonat, M Irimia‐Vladu, S Bauer, NS Sariciftci
Israel Journal of Chemistry 52 (6), 540-551, 2012
1882012
Environmentally sustainable organic field effect transistors
M Irimia-Vladu, PA Troshin, M Reisinger, G Schwabegger, M Ullah, ...
Organic Electronics 11 (12), 1974-1990, 2010
1622010
Mobile ionic impurities in poly (vinyl alcohol) gate dielectric: possible source of the hysteresis in organic field‐effect transistors
M Egginger, M Irimia‐Vladu, R Schwödiauer, A Tanda, I Frischauf, ...
Advanced materials 20 (5), 1018-1022, 2008
1382008
Exploring the surface chemistry of cesium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals
R Grisorio, ME Di Clemente, E Fanizza, I Allegretta, D Altamura, ...
Nanoscale 11 (3), 986-999, 2019
1232019
Natural resin shellac as a substrate and a dielectric layer for organic field-effect transistors
M Irimia-Vladu, ED Głowacki, G Schwabegger, L Leonat, HZ Akpinar, ...
Green Chemistry 15 (6), 1473-1476, 2013
1152013
Intermolecular hydrogen-bonded organic semiconductors—Quinacridone versus pentacene
E Daniel Głowacki, L Leonat, M Irimia-Vladu, R Schwödiauer, M Ullah, ...
Applied Physics Letters 101 (2), 2012
1122012
Ambipolar organic field effect transistors and inverters with the natural material Tyrian Purple
ED Głowacki, L Leonat, G Voss, MA Bodea, Z Bozkurt, AM Ramil, ...
Aip Advances 1 (4), 2011
912011
Vacuum-processed polyethylene as a dielectric for low operating voltage organic field effect transistors
Y Kanbur, M Irimia-Vladu, ED Głowacki, G Voss, M Baumgartner, ...
Organic electronics 13 (5), 919-924, 2012
812012
Suitability of emeraldine base polyaniline-PVA composite film for carbon dioxide sensing
M Irimia-Vladu, JW Fergus
Synthetic metals 156 (21-24), 1401-1407, 2006
772006
Cellulose as biodegradable high-k dielectric layer in organic complementary inverters
A Petritz, A Wolfberger, A Fian, M Irimia-Vladu, A Haase, H Gold, ...
Applied physics letters 103 (15), 2013
762013
Cellulose‐derivative‐based gate dielectric for high‐performance organic complementary inverters
A Petritz, A Wolfberger, A Fian, T Griesser, M Irimia‐Vladu, B Stadlober
Advanced materials 27 (46), 7645-7656, 2015
722015
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