The integro-differential equations predicting transient decay of space-charge currents in media

Henson, Bob L.
September 1986
Journal of Applied Physics;9/1/1986, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p1689
Academic Journal
Derives a pair of coupled, nonlinear integro-differential equations for a single charge carrier species using a field-independent mobility model. Scientific and technological applications for the techniques of injection of charge carriers; Information on the time constant effects; Conditions for the measurement of proper times of flight for charge carrier mobility.


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