MIS structures fabricated with a conjugated polymer as the active semiconductor are well suited for the investigation of charge storage in self-localised excitations. In such a structure, the gate electrode is used to control the surface or space charge densities; the formation of accumulation and inversion layers being of particular interest as charge is introduced into the polymer without associated dopant ions. We report measurements of the electrical and optical properties of devices fabricated with poly (3-hexyl thienylene). © 1991.
|Original language||English (US)|
|State||Published - May 6 1991|