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Electron transport in rubrene single-crystal transistors
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See supplementary material at http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.3419899
for S1: multiple purification process of the single crystals. S2: the optical characterization of electron traps removal. S3: aging time dependence of electron transport in the five-times purified single crystal device.[Supplementary Material]
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We report a study of impurity effects on the electron transport of rubrene single crystals. A significant improvement of electron carrier mobility up to is achieved by performing multiple purifications of single crystals and device aging inside an -filled glove box. The hole/electron mobility ratio obtained is in good agreement with the reported theoretical calculation, suggesting that the intrinsic electron transport of organic semiconductors is also exploitable in a manner similar to that of hole transport.
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