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Charge transport physics of high mobility organic semiconductors

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Conjugated organic semiconductors offer new opportunities for the controlled manufacturing of active electronic circuits by a combination of solution processing and direct printing. We will review recent insights into the device and charge transport physics of both conjugated polymers as well as solution-processible small molecule organic semiconductors, with a particular focus on the microscopic processes that limit the field-effect mobility in these systems.

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