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Charge carrier velocity distributions in high mobility polymer field-effect transistors
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2014-07-31

Abstract

In this letter, the velocity distributions of charge carriers in high-mobility polymerthin-film transistors(TFTs) with a diketopyrrolopyrrole-naphthalene copolymer (PDPP-TNT) semiconductor active layer are reported. The velocity distributions are found to be strongly dependent on measurementtemperatures as well as annealing conditions. Considerable inhomogeneity is evident at low measurementtemperatures and for low annealingtemperatures. Such transient transport measurements can provide additional information about charge carrier transport in TFTs which are unavailable using steady-state transport measurements.

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Scitation: Charge carrier velocity distributions in high mobility polymer field-effect transistors
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