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Changing inter-molecular spin-orbital coupling for generating magnetic field effects in phosphorescent organic semiconductors
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Phosphorescent organic semiconductors normally show negligible magnetic field effects in electronic and optic responses. These phenomena have been generally attributed to strong spin-orbital coupling which can dominate internal spin-dephasing process as compared with applied magnetic field. This paper reports both positive and negative magnetocurrents from phosphorescent organic semiconductors through dissociation and charge-reaction channels when the intermolecular spin-orbital coupling is changed based on materials mixing. Our experimental results indicate that inter-molecular spin-orbital coupling is essentially responsible for the generation of magnetic field effects in phosphorescent organic semiconductors.
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