Poole-Frenkel effect

Poole-Frenkel effect

[¦pül ′freŋ·kəl i‚fekt]
(electricity)
An increase in the electrical conductivity of insulators and semiconductors in strong electric fields.
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This phenomenon is known as Poole-Frenkel effect [7].
It is well known that the classical Poole-Frenkel effect [7] concerns to the emission of a trapped charge from a single Coulomb trap to the conduction band in one-dimensional model.
So, the process of charge emission in our samples of PVK is bulk limited and seems to be governed by a mechanism like the Poole-Frenkel effect.
Victor Koldyaev and titled, "A Leakage Current Model for SOI based Floating Body Memory that Includes the Poole-Frenkel Effect (PFE)," describes for the first time how the leakage current of SOI based floating body memory has been modeled and compared to experimental Z-RAM data, taking into account oxide/SOI Dit and PFE.
Ammar Nayfeh paper title: "A Leakage Current Model for SOI based Floating Body Memory that Includes the Poole-Frenkel Effect.