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Application of Formyl-TIPPCu (II) for Temperature and Light Sensing

Authors: Dil Nawaz Khan, M. H. Sayyad, Muhammad Yaseen, Munawar Ali Munawar, Mukhtar Ali

Abstract:

Effect of temperature and light was investigated on a thin film of organic semiconductor formyl-TIPPCu(II) deposited on a glass substrate with preliminary evaporated gold electrodes. The electrical capacitance and resistance of the fabricated device were evaluated under the effect of temperature and light. The relative capacitance of the fabricated sensor increased by 4.3 times by rising temperature from 27 to 1870C, while under illumination up to 25000 lx, the capacitance of the Au/formyl-TIPPCu(II)/Au photo capacitive sensor increased continuously by 13.2 times as compared to dark conditions.

Keywords: formyl-TIPPCu(II), Organic semiconductor, Photocapacitance, Polarizability.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1073024

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