The mobility of polymer and single-crystal transistors using a universal test-bed where the injected carrier density can vary more than four orders of magnitude are investigated and compared. A striking difference in the mobility–carrier density relationship was observed, revealing a fundamentally different charge-transport mechanism between polymer and single-crystal transistors.
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