Photocurrent deviation from linearity in an organic photodetector due to limited hole transport layer conductivity

  title={Photocurrent deviation from linearity in an organic photodetector due to limited hole transport layer conductivity},
  author={Julie Euvrard and Am{\'e}lie Revaux and Antoine Kahn and Dominique Vuillaume},
  journal={Organic Electronics},
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