Three-dimensional charge transport anisotropy in organic semiconductor single crystals — both plates and rods (above and below, respectively, in the figure) — is measured in well-performing organic field-effect transistors for the first time. The results provide an excellent model for molecular design and device preparation that leads to good performance.
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