Особенности полевой зависимости подвижности носителей заряда в молекулярно допированных полимерах в режиме неравновесного транспорта
Abstract — A multiple-trapping model has been used to numerically analyze the effects of the nonequilibrium transport of holes on the field dependence of drift mobility as obtained in a time-of-flight experiment. The intrinsic field dependence has been assigned to the frequency factor in the form of the Poole–Frenkel law. Strongly dispersive transport, as well as a nonequilibrium-charge-transfer regime given by the Gaussian disorder model, has been considered. It has been established that the currently accepted approach to the analysis of the field dependence of mobility needs to be reexamined.