Analytic Modeling of Field Dependence of Charge Mobility and Applicability of the Concept of the Effective Transport Level to an Organic Dipole Glass
An analytic model for the field dependence of charge mobility is developed within the long-range-correlated disorder model of a dipole glass. Release of a charge carrier from a deep state is considered as hopping drift and diffusion in a quasi-Coulomb potential well. The analytic results, containing only one numerical parameter obtained from independent simulation, are in good agreement with the fit to the Monte-Carlo simulations. The developed approach justifies applicability of the concept of the effective transport level for the modeling of organic materials with large molecular dipoles.