# Room-temperature bandlike transport and Hall effect in a high-mobility ambipolar polymer

@article{PSenanayak2015RoomtemperatureBT,
title={Room-temperature bandlike transport and Hall effect in a high-mobility ambipolar polymer},
author={Satyaprasad P.Senanayak and A.Z.Ashar and Catherine Kanimozhi and Satish Patil and K.S.Narayan},
journal={Physical Review B},
year={2015},
volume={91},
pages={115302}
}
The advent of a new class of high-mobility semiconducting polymers opens up a window to address fundamental issues in electrical transport mechanism such as transport between localized states versus extended state conduction. Here, we investigate the origin of the ultralow degree of disorder $({E}_{a}\ensuremath{\sim}16\phantom{\rule{0.16em}{0ex}}\mathrm{meV})$ and the bandlike'' negative temperature ($T$) coefficient of the field effect electron mobility: \${\ensuremath{\mu}}_{\mathrm{FET…
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