Polymer aggregation and phase separation of polymer–polymer blends are effectively tuned from self-stratified to laterally phase-separated by adjusting the relative solubility of the two polymers in the mixture. This is found to dramatically alter the charge transport characteristics from a preferential in-plane to an out-of-plane direction, revealing the critical dependence of the resulting device performance on the film morphology and structure of the active layer.
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