A highly sensitive trap characterization technique based on wavelength- and polarization-resolved photocurrent excitation spectroscopy of single crystalline organic semiconductors is described. The method reveals that even a brief illumination of organic molecular crystals in an oxygen atmosphere triggers a long-term oxygen diffusion in the dark that results in formation of traps at depth scales comparable to the light penetration length.
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