Ballistic-like space-charge-limited currents in halide perovskites at room temperature

@article{Almora2021BallisticlikeSC,
  title={Ballistic-like space-charge-limited currents in halide perovskites at room temperature},
  author={Osbel Almora and Daniel Miravet and Maris'e Garc'ia-Batlle and Germ{\`a} Garcia‐Belmonte},
  journal={Applied Physics Letters},
  year={2021}
}
The emergence of halide perovskites in photovoltaics has diversified the research on this material family and extended their application towards several fields in the optoelectronics, such as photoand ionizing-radiation-detectors. One of the most basic characterization protocols consist on measuring the dark current-voltage (J − V) curve of symmetrically contacted samples for identifying the different regimes of spacecharge-limited current (SCLC). Customarily, J ∝ V indicate the Mott-Gurney law… 

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