Charge carrier mobility in organic molecular materials probed by electromagnetic waves.

  title={Charge carrier mobility in organic molecular materials probed by electromagnetic waves.},
  author={Shu Seki and Akinori Saeki and Tsuneaki Sakurai and Daisuke Sakamaki},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  volume={16 23},
  • S. SekiA. Saeki D. Sakamaki
  • Published 21 May 2014
  • Materials Science, Chemistry
  • Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
Charge carrier mobility is an essential parameter providing control over the performance of semiconductor devices fabricated using a variety of organic molecular materials. Recent design strategies toward molecular materials have been directed at the substitution of amorphous silicon-based semiconductors; accordingly, numerous measurement techniques have been designed and developed to probe the electronic conducting nature of organic materials bearing extremely wide structural variations in… 

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