Organic single-crystal field-effect transistors

@article{Boer2004OrganicSF,
  title={Organic single-crystal field-effect transistors},
  author={R.W.I. de Boer and Michael E. Gershenson and Alberto F. Morpurgo and Vitaly Podzorov},
  journal={Physica Status Solidi (a)},
  year={2004},
  volume={201},
  pages={1302-1331}
}
Organic electronics constitute an innovative field, with interesting applications complementary to the silicon semiconductor technology. From a scientific perspective, there is large interest in the fundamental understanding of electrical transport in organic semiconductors. However, a well-developed microscopic description is still lacking, due to the complicated character of the many-body polaronic-type of charge carriers in molecular compounds. In this Thesis, we have experimentally studied… 

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