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Effect of internal electric fields on photoluminescence-detected magnetic resonance of π-conjugated polymer devices

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Baird, Douglas L. ; Nahlawi, Adnan ; Crossley, Kenneth ; Lupton, John M. ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Date of publication of this fulltext: 27 Jan 2021 12:42

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Electric fields are central to the operation of optoelectronic devices based on conjugated polymers as they drive the recombination of electrons and holes to excitons in organic light-emitting diodes but are also responsible for the dissociation of excitons in solar cells. One way to track the microscopic effect of electric fields on charge carriers formed under illumination of a polymer film is ...


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