Mechanism of metallic conductivity at the interface of organic dielectrics View Full Text


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2009-09

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V. R. Nikitenko, A. R. Tameev, A. V. Vannikov

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A physical model of the metallic-type conductivity at the interface between an organic semiconductor or dielectric and a metals or another organic material is proposed. The conductivity arises due to the formation of geminal pairs with a rather high surface density at the interface. Conditions under which the transitions between molecules require neither thermal activation nor tunneling for a significant fraction of charge carriers are determined. The values of electric conductivity and carrier mobility are estimated using numerical modeling. More... »

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