Об интерпретации данных, получаемых методом времени пролета с регулируемой толщиной зоны генерации
The transient-current curves recorded for molecularly doped polycarbonate are theoretically studied with a version of the time-of-flight technique with a variable thickness of the generation zone. A mixed-carrier-transport model was used, having been proposed in the literature as an alternative to the viewpoint that treats a plateau as an artifact of the optical version of the time-of-flight technique with surface carrier generation. A program for numerical calculation is developed for the model, with the hole transport being dispersive in the generation layer and Gaussian in the rest of the polymer. The model parameter values are selected according to results of independent measurements. It is shown that the mixed-transport model does not explain the experimental observations.