The electrical transport behaviour of ferrocene mixed poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) films (≈ 20 µm in thickness) deposited by the isothermal immersion technique has been studied in the temperature range of 333–373 K and field from (2·0–4·0)×104 V/cm. It has been found that at higher fields and temperatures, the observed conduction behaviour could be consistently described by the Richardson-Schottky emission. The increase in current due to doping has been attributed to the formation of charge transfer complexes. The dopant molecules act as an additional trapping centre and provide a link between polymer molecules in amorphous region leading to the formation of charge transfer complex.
Volume 42 | Issue 5
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