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Modulated Amplitude Reflectance Spectroscopy to Spatially Map Charge Carrier Density and Mobility in Organic Field Effect Transistors

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Abstract

Organic field effect transistors are used as a model system to explore charge transport in semiconducting polymers. Modulated amplitude reflectance spectroscopy is used to spatially map the carrier density and to quantify the carrier mobility.

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