Charge transport in organic semiconductors

erstellt am: 10.07.2012 | von: frank | Kategorie(n):

Charge transport in organic semiconductors is a timely subject. Today, organic semiconductors are already widely used commercially in Xerography. For display and lighting applications they are employed as light emitting diodes (LEDs or OLEDs) or transistors, and they are making progress to enter the solar cell market.[1-6] As a result, interest in the science behind this novel class of materials has risen sharply. The optoelectronic properties of organic semiconductors differ from that of conventional inorganic crystalline semiconductors in many aspects and the knowledge of organic semiconductors is imperative to further advance with the associated semiconductor applications.[7] A central problem is the understanding of the mechanisms related to charge transport

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