Thursday, March 21, 2013

1303.4898 (S. V. Novikov)

Organic glasses: cluster structure of the random energy landscape and
its effect on charge transport and injection

S. V. Novikov
An appropriate model for the random energy landscape in organic glasses is a spatially correlated Gaussian field, generated by randomly located and oriented dipoles and quadrupoles. Correlation properties of energetic disorder directly dictates the mobility dependence on the applied electric field. Electrostatic disorder is significantly modified in the vicinity of the electrode that affects injection properties. Correlated Gaussian field forms clusters. We suggest a simple method to estimate an asymptotics of the cluster distribution on size for deep clusters where a value of the field on each site is much greater than the rms disorder. Hopping transport in organic glasses in the case of high carrier density could be described in terms of the effective density-dependent temperature.
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