Bimolecular Recombination of Charge Carriers in Polar Amorphous Organic Semiconductors: Effect of Spatial Correlation of the Random Energy Landscape

20 Feb 2020 Novikov S. V.

We present a simple model of the bimolecular charge carrier recombination in polar amorphous organic semiconductors where the dominant part of the energetic disorder is provided by permanent dipoles and show that the recombination rate constant could be much smaller than the corresponding Langevin rate constant. The reason for the strong decrease of the rate constant is the long range spatial correlation of the random energy landscape in amorphous dipolar materials, without spatial correlation even strong disorder does not modify the Langevin rate constant... (read more)

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