MItigating coulomb interactions improves transport in doped polymers

in collaboration with the ALIEN group at UMass Amherst, we show that adding nanoparticles with large dielectric constant can help mitigate enegetic disorder caused by carrier-dopant interactions and lead to large improvements in electrical conductivity of doped conjugated polymers. This work was recently published in Advanced Science:

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