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Semiconductor Day

Energy gap segmentation

The basic principle of charge transport in organic semiconductors is the concept of reverse localization of charge carriers by a covariate fi orbit. a very simple A Ethylene may be fi-boiled (see Figure 2.1a). one of these molecules Two sp2 synthetic carbon atoms combine their highest energy pz atoms. A common binding fi coupled orbit with two electrons located. According to the bin anti-connectivity fi-fi-fi, these orbits are also known as peak occupancy orbits. Molecular Orbit (HOMO) and least occupied molecular Orbit (LUMO). If there are two fi systems in a molecule, they interact.
Energy gap segmentation that reduces the distance between homo Lumos Interval - This trend continues with the fi system until it eventually becomes saturated (e.g. Another important feature of the expansion fi system is the polymer material. The typical fi-fi is non-fatized throughout the system. Figure 2.1b shows these two things. The equivalent Lewis structure of polyacetylene (PA) shall actually image the system in the intermediate resonance between these two structures where fi electrons exist. To further stabilize this molecule, non-localize the entire system. It is an organic semiconductor molecular solid, with only molecules. This electronic interaction between IT servers, tied up every week by Van der Luz, is the result of the electronic interaction between IT servers. Because individual units are generally low, the electronic structure of individual components dictates solid electronic structures. Therefore, HOMO and LUMO are the best. Their components are often used to discuss the behavior of the solid itself. 2 On the other hand, it's charging. The experience of inorganic semiconductors is often perceived as non-fatizing, charge carriers. 

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