Electron drift mobility measurements on annealed and light-soaked hydrogenated amorphous silicon

Qi Wang; Antoniadis, Homer
June 1992
Applied Physics Letters;6/1/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 22, p2791
Academic Journal
Investigates the effects of light soaking on the electron drift mobility of annealed and hydrogenated amorphous silicon. Analysis on temperature range and temporal regimes of electron drift; Influence of light soaking on deep trapping; Implication for dark and photoconductivity measurements of the electron drift phenomena.


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