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Large-Area Synthesis of Highly Crystalline WSe2 Monolayers and Device Applications
JK Huang, J Pu, CL Hsu, MH Chiu, ZY Juang, YH Chang, WH Chang, ...
ACS nano 8 (1), 923-930, 2014
11352014
Control of carrier density by self-assembled monolayers in organic field-effect transistors
S Kobayashi, T Nishikawa, T Takenobu, S Mori, T Shimoda, T Mitani, ...
Nature materials 3 (5), 317-322, 2004
10142004
Highly Flexible MoS2 Thin-Film Transistors with Ion Gel Dielectrics
J Pu, Y Yomogida, KK Liu, LJ Li, Y Iwasa, T Takenobu
Nano letters 12 (8), 4013-4017, 2012
9412012
Monolayer MoSe2 Grown by Chemical Vapor Deposition for Fast Photodetection
YH Chang, W Zhang, Y Zhu, Y Han, J Pu, JK Chang, WT Hsu, JK Huang, ...
ACS nano 8 (8), 8582-8590, 2014
6292014
Stable and controlled amphoteric doping by encapsulation of organic molecules inside carbon nanotubes
T Takenobu, T Takano, M Shiraishi, Y Murakami, M Ata, H Kataura, ...
Nature materials 2 (10), 683-688, 2003
6152003
Ferroelectric Polarization Flop in a Frustrated Magnet Induced by a Magnetic Field
K Taniguchi, N Abe, T Takenobu, Y Iwasa, T Arima
Physical review letters 97 (9), 097203, 2006
5312006
Fabrication and characterization of thin-film transistors with high field-effect mobility
S Kobayashi, T Takenobu, S Mori, A Fujiwara, Y Iwasa
Applied physics letters 82 (25), 4581-4583, 2003
3122003
High mobility and luminescent efficiency in organic single‐crystal light‐emitting transistors
SZ Bisri, T Takenobu, Y Yomogida, H Shimotani, T Yamao, S Hotta, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 19 (11), 1728-1735, 2009
2802009
Tunable carbon nanotube thin‐film transistors produced exclusively via inkjet printing
H Okimoto, T Takenobu, K Yanagi, Y Miyata, H Shimotani, H Kataura, ...
Advanced materials 22 (36), 3981-3986, 2010
2732010
Formation of a Stable pn Junction in a Liquid-Gated MoS2 Ambipolar Transistor
YJ Zhang, JT Ye, Y Yomogida, T Takenobu, Y Iwasa
Nano letters 13 (7), 3023-3028, 2013
2602013
High current density in light-emitting transistors of organic single crystals
T Takenobu, SZ Bisri, T Takahashi, M Yahiro, C Adachi, Y Iwasa
Physical Review Letters 100 (6), 066601, 2008
2392008
Intralayer carbon substitution in the superconductor
T Takenobu, T Ito, DH Chi, K Prassides, Y Iwasa
Physical Review B 64 (13), 134513, 2001
2262001
Ambipolar light‐emitting transistors of a tetracene single crystal
T Takahashi, T Takenobu, J Takeya, Y Iwasa
Advanced Functional Materials 17 (10), 1623-1628, 2007
2212007
Transport mechanisms in metallic and semiconducting single-wall carbon nanotube networks
K Yanagi, H Udoguchi, S Sagitani, Y Oshima, T Takenobu, H Kataura, ...
Acs Nano 4 (7), 4027-4032, 2010
2162010
Ambipolar organic field-effect transistors based on rubrene single crystals
T Takahashi, T Takenobu, J Takeya, Y Iwasa
Applied Physics Letters 88 (3), 2006
2052006
Spatial extent of wave functions of gate-induced hole carriers in pentacene field-effect devices as investigated by electron spin resonance
K Marumoto, S Kuroda, T Takenobu, Y Iwasa
Physical review letters 97 (25), 256603, 2006
2022006
Highly efficient and stable perovskite solar cells by interfacial engineering using solution-processed polymer layer
F Wang, A Shimazaki, F Yang, K Kanahashi, K Matsuki, Y Miyauchi, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (3), 1562-1568, 2017
1972017
Effects of polarized organosilane self-assembled monolayers on organic single-crystal field-effect transistors
J Takeya, T Nishikawa, T Takenobu, S Kobayashi, Y Iwasa, T Mitani, ...
Applied physics letters 85 (21), 5078-5080, 2004
1952004
Mobility and dynamics of charge carriers in rubrene single crystals studied by flash-photolysis microwave conductivity and optical spectroscopy
A Saeki, S Seki, T Takenobu, Y Iwasa, S Tagawa
Advanced Materials 20 (5), 920-923, 2008
1882008
2D materials for large‐area flexible thermoelectric devices
K Kanahashi, J Pu, T Takenobu
Advanced Energy Materials 10 (11), 1902842, 2020
1822020
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