Electrical Properties of Polymers by Donald A. Seanor (Eds.)

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Consequently, the field distribution c h a n g e s . N o w n(x) and E{x) are given by 3l2 112 n(x) = 3eV/4qd x , E(x) = ll2 312 3Vx /2d . T h e r e has been much discussion in the literature on space-chargelimited currents (SCLC) ( L a m p e r t , 1964; L a m p e r t and M a r k , 1970; K r y s zewski and Z y m a n s k i , 1970). T h e analysis provides a powerful m e a n s by which to interpret nonlinear c u r r e n t - v o l t a g e characteristics and particu­ larly to quantify the n u m b e r s and energies of traps.

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