Field effect transistors, schottky diodes, and solar cells are among the applications of organic semiconductors now being developed. Questions concerning charge generation and transport as well as doping mechanisms in these materials, which include polyacetylenes, polythiophenes and metallophthalocyanines are reviewed, and future directions in both experimental and theoretical work discussed.
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