Magnetic interactions and magnetism of high-density charges in a polymer transistor were investigated by electron spin resonance (ESR). The anisotropy of the ESR spectra indicated an edge-on molecular orientation and the existence of two-dimensional magnetic interactions between the spins of the charges, reflecting high charge density. The voltage dependences revealed that the magnetism of charge carriers changed from paramagnetic to nonmagnetic as charge density increased. These results provide insight to the charge transport mechanism of polymer semiconductors with high charge densities.
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- Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)