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    • Adsorption induced hole transport in thin layers of non-ordered tetracene. 

      Kania, Sylwester; Kuliński, Janusz (Wydawnictwo Politechniki ŁódzkiejLodz University of Technology. Press, 2015)
      Additional disorder induced by adsorption processes by the molecule of ambient are responsible for deep modulation of conductivity. Observations confirmed the dominated role of the increase of the free carrier concentration ...
    • Adsorption of ethanol to thin layer of acenes as a process of interconnected networks 

      Kania, Sylwester; Kuliński, Janusz (Wydawnictwo Politechniki ŁódzkiejLodz University of Technology Press, 2013)
      The activation process and the transport process for electrons in the tetracene layers and holes in the p-quaterphenyl layers is considered. Observed dependence of the conductivity on the vapor concentration of the activator ...
    • Correlated networks in the adsorptionenhanced currents 

      Kania, Sylwester; Kuliński, Janusz (Lodz University of Technology PressWydawnictwo Politechniki Łódzkiej, 2014)
      Injection of carriers into thin layers of acenes due to adsorption of ethanol activator molecules is considered as a electron transfer reaction between two phases. Complexity of the processes ...