carrier density

carrier density

[′kar·ē·ər ‚den·səd·ē]
(solid-state physics)
The density of electrons and holes in a semiconductor.
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Electrons/holes may also be transported by field-assisted thermal excitation over the lower Coulombic potential barrier [32], The whole J-V characteristics of a polymer are determined by the carrier mobility [mu], the free carrier density [n.
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With the help of doping in such small systems, we can tune the absorbance, photoluminescence, carrier density and mobility of these materials and extend the potential of these materials for various applications such as field effect transistor, light emitting devices or photovoltaic solar cells.
Characterization: A number of techniques have been developed for the systematic study of the effect of the nature and density of dopants on properties such as minority carrier diffusion length, conductivity, |4,5~ photoconductivity, |4,8~ majority carrier density and mobility.
Low driving voltage caused lower lifetime due to higher charge carrier density in the emission zone.
System should allow the determination of mobility (1-10 7 ), resistivity (10 -4 10 7 ohms-cm), carrier density (upper limit 10 21 cm -3 ) vs.
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7 eV binding energy suggests increasing carrier density or a thermally (and reversible) defect density; however, the conductivity actually decreased with decreasing temperature in this temperature range [3].
SRP technology provides a direct measurement of the resistivity and carrier density profiles of electrically active dopants - the same electrical properties that determine device performance.
The latter uses organic donor/acceptor molecules to tune the charge carrier density in TMD monolayers.
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