The estimation of the ionic mobility and charge carrier
While the identity of the charge carriers
in nonpolar fluids is generally not known, it is generally agreed upon that the number of charge carriers
is a very small fraction of the total number of ionic or neutral species from which they originate [8,9].
The increasing of the conductivity is small at high frequencies; this is attributed to the electronic polarization and the electronic charge carriers
which travel by hopping process.
eff] are the possible diffusion coefficients of each charge carrier
concerned in : Did is that in an ideal defect free lattice, D that in a lattice with point defects only, [D.
It should be noted that as indicated in the above, even when the bias voltage is large to make the depletion region of the spacer possess low conductivity, the charge carriers
in the other part of the spacer are not depleted, and the maximum absorption can not reach 100%.
where e is the polymer permittivity, d the thickness of material and [mu] the mobility of charge carriers
d], S [much greater than] 1 and at small values of the adhesion coefficient of both types of charge carriers
on a surface [alpha]p, [alpha]n [approximately equal to] 0  or at [alpha]p [much greater than] 1 and S [much greater than] 1 .
The dielectric loss of (PVA-PAA-PVP-MgO) nanocomposites increases with increasing of the concentration of nanoparticles; the increase of dielectric loss with increase of nanoparticles weight percentages due to the increase of the charge carriers
, as shown in Fig.
n] is the exponent describing the relation between relaxation time and charge carrier
energy  and [[phi].
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At extremely low temperature, the charge carrier
mobility (electrons) and the number of thermally generated charge carriers
are significantly reduced, and thus the conduction mechanism is mainly attributed to the localized hopping process in the system as proposed by Mott , This is why the conduction in composite is non-ohmic in nature at 25 K.
Examining simulations of transport in organic semiconductors, Kordt sets out strategies for linking the chemical composition and morphology of an organic layer to charge carrier
mobility and current-voltage characteristics of a device.