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Determination of the interface -hole density in a blue-emitting organic semiconductor diode by electromodulated absorption spectroscopy
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Schematic energy alignment at the PEDT:PSSH/TFB interface. (a) UPS results from the single heterojunction. (b) EA results from the completed device. One division corresponds to 1 eV.

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EA spectra of the ITO/PEDT:PSSM/TFB/Ca diodes. Negative reflectance corresponds to absorption in-phase with the excitation voltage on ITO: ; . Top panel: in-phase EA spectra for diode at 295 K for different biases. Also shown are the absorption spectrum of TFB (dashed line) and polaron absorption spectrum of chemically -doped TFB (black solid line) with , on arbitrary scales. Middle panel: in-phase EA spectra for diode at 30 K for different biases. Bottom panel: (solid lines) in-phase EA spectra for (bottom spectrum in left plot) and (top spectrum in left plot) diodes at 295 K for ; (dots) in-phase EA spectra for corresponding ITO/PEDT:PSSM/polystyrene/Ca metal–insulator–metal structures. The quadrature spectra are zero in all cases.

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Bias dependence of the interface charge density vs plots at 295 and 30 K.

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Variable temperature characteristics of diodes in the log-linear and log-log representation. has been subtracted from the voltage. (a) ITO/PEDT:PSSH/75 nm TFB/Ca. (b) ITO/PEDT:PSSH/75 nm . (c) ITO/PEDT:PSSM(Na,TMA)/75 nm . Data for (b) and (c) are replotted from Ref. 6.


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Scitation: Determination of the interface δ-hole density in a blue-emitting organic semiconductor diode by electromodulated absorption spectroscopy