intrinsic mobility

intrinsic mobility

[in′trin·sik mō′bil·əd·ē]
(solid-state physics)
The mobility of the electrons in an intrinsic semiconductor.
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where the [[mu].sub.pristine-P3HT] was the intrinsic mobility of pristine P3HT; the maximum mobility ([[mu].sub.blend-max]) was obtained from the OTFT with highest CNP blending concentration (i.e., 43 wt.%); p is the blending concentration of CNP; the [p.sub.C] is percolation threshold; and C is a fitting parameter.
According to the experiments shown in this paper, the blending CNP/P3HT would not modify the molecular structures of P3HT or CNPs, either adjust the intrinsic mobility of P3HT or CNPs.
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