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  Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-tetramethacrylate or PEDOT-TMA is a p-type conducting polymer based on 3,4-ethylenedioxylthiophene or the EDOT monomer. It is a modification of the PEDOT structure. Advantages of this polymer relative to PEDOT (or PEDOT:PSS) are that it is dispersible in organic solvents, and it is non-corrosive. PEDOT-TMA was developed under a contract with the National Science Foundation, and it was first announced publicly on April 12, 2004 [1]. The trade name for PEDOT-TMA is Oligotron.


In a recent study [2] by researchers at General Electric, PEDOT-TMA was used in the hole injection layer in a series of OLED devices.


  • ^ J. Chamot. "New Molecule Heralds Breakthrough in Electronic Plastics," 4/12/2004.
  • ^ J. Liu, L. N. Lewis and A. R. Dugal. "Photoactivated and patternable charge transport materials and their use in organic light-emitting devices." Appl. Phys. Lett. 90, 233503 (2007)
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