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Deep exponential distribution of traps in naphthalene
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5.Measurements of thermally stimulated currents after corona charging of the samples also showed a current peak with an activation energy of 1.1 eV. These values changed as a function of the time interval between the corona discharge, and this measurement agrees with our model of an exponential distribution of traps.
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