carrier mobility

carrier mobility

[′kar·ē·ər mō′bil·əd·ē]
(solid-state physics)
The average drift velocity of carriers per unit electric field in a homogeneous semiconductor; the mobility of electrons is usually different from that of holes.
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The research team developed a post-coating treatment based on formamidinium iodide that greatly improves the electronic coupling between the quantum dots, thereby doubling the carrier mobility of the array.
b], and T refer to the ionic conductivity, pre-exponential conductivity factor, activation energy for conduction, relaxation time, pre-exponential time factor, activation energy for relaxation, charge carrier mobility, pre-exponential mobility factor, activation energy for mobility, the Boltzmann constant, and the absolute temperature, respectively.
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.
The other feature that has attracted attention to phosphorene's potential as a material for electronic devices is its high carrier mobility, a measure of how fast electrons and positively charged "holes" travel through a substance.
It is high carrier mobility that makes graphene useful in such applications.
Hybrid organic-inorganic methylammonium lead halide perovskites have attracted intense attention for thin-film photovoltaics, due to their large absorption coefficient, high charge carrier mobility and long diffusion length.
Graphene is the first 2-D material and an excellent candidate for electronic devices due to its high carrier mobility.
The carrier mobility of the printed transistors is greater than that of the amorphous silicon widely used in electronic displays.
The result was a great improvement in carrier mobility, which measures how quickly electrical charges travel through the transistor.
Among the topics are transparent conducting thin films for OLEDs, iridium and platinum complexes for OLEDs, phosphorescent OLEDs for solid-state lighting, charge carrier mobility in amorphous organic semiconductors, modeling light extraction from OLEDs, printing techniques for fabricating OLEDs, fluorenone defects in fluorene-based conjugate polymers, the technology and manufacturing of polymer OLED on complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) microdisplays, OLED-based biochemical sensors, large-area OLED lighting panels and their applications, and a procedure for determining the lifetime of OLED lighting panels and a proposal for standardization.
With the debut of the Miraj Diamond[TM] platform, AKHAN Technologies has developed a new patent-pending process in which n-type diamond material is created over silicon with previously undemonstrated characteristics, such as shallow ionization energy of 250 meV, high carrier mobility (greater than 1000 cm2/Vs in nanocrystalline diamond thin films), no graphitic phases, and previously undemonstrated performance in low voltage high current diode device applications (900 A/mm2 current density at +2V forward bias).
Key words: double-drain magnetotransistor, offset collector current, offset equivalent magnetic induction, carrier mobility.

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