charge carrier


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charge carrier

n
(General Physics) an electron, hole, or ion that transports the electric charge in an electric current
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If we are successful now in reducing the charge carrier losses at the interfaces somewhat more, we might be able to chemically store more than even 17 % of the incident solar energy in the form of hydrogen using this semiconductor system.
Current flexible electronic devices are based on organic semiconducting materials with excellent current switching but poor charge carrier mobility, which result in a slow response.
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A sampling of topics includes: electron microscopy and X-ray, synthesis and fabrication of nanomaterials, charge carrier dynamics in nanomaterials, and applications of optical properties.
As a result, electrons become the majority charge carrier, meaning they are responsible for generating most of the current; this is known as n-type doping.
0] is the low field polymer conductivity, [PHI] the barrier height of the electrode-polymer interface, k is the Boltzmann constant, T the thermodynamic temperature and [beta] is an experimentally determined parameter, which characterizes the charge carrier generating mechanism (Kieffel et al, 2000).
xx] and the rate of the short-wave drop testify the minimization of the efficiency of the charge carrier capture and/or recombination at the CIS/PEDOT-PSS interface (and/or concentrations of trap centres), caused by the interaction between the molecules of a polymeric compound and those on the surface of a CIS film.
SOL315 enables a significant reduction of charge carrier recombination on passivated c-Si wafer surfaces, where good adhesion is required but contact formation is undesired.
It builds upon our recent invention for resonant light trapping in ultrathin films of iron oxide (a-Fe2O3), which enables overcoming the deleterious trade-off between light absorption and charge carrier collection efficiency.
In the case of the charge carrier being the proton, the maximum conductivity is reached when the length, [l.
Among the topics are transparent conducting thin films for OLEDs, iridium and platinum complexes for OLEDs, phosphorescent OLEDs for solid-state lighting, charge carrier mobility in amorphous organic semiconductors, modeling light extraction from OLEDs, printing techniques for fabricating OLEDs, fluorenone defects in fluorene-based conjugate polymers, the technology and manufacturing of polymer OLED on complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) microdisplays, OLED-based biochemical sensors, large-area OLED lighting panels and their applications, and a procedure for determining the lifetime of OLED lighting panels and a proposal for standardization.