Linking morphology to electronic properties in small-molecular organic semiconductors
In organic electronics, morphology inevitably affects important device properties. The understanding of these relationships and ultimately control of morphology in small-molecular organic materials is necessary for their further development. Understanding the influence of morphology on device properties is critical not only to improving device efficiency, but also to extending usable device lifetimes by careful design to reduce material degradation. Difficulty in imaging these organic materials due to their sensitivity to damage from ion, electron and X-Ray irradiation, as well as their lack of ...
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