Self-Organized Organic Semiconductors: From Materials to Device Applications
by Quan Li
English | 2011 | ISBN: 047055973X | 320 pages | PDF | 27.98 MB
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A cutting-edge introduction to self-organized organic semiconductors
This book provides a thorough, up-to-date, easily accessible introduction to the exciting topic of self-organized organic semiconductors. The first book on the market devoted to the subject, it combines information from across the literature in one complete volume, covering organic semiconductor materials, fabrication, characterization, and device applications.
Self-contained chapters focus on key areas carefully selected from this vast interdisciplinary field, exploring the self-organized features that put these organic semiconductors at the forefront of scientific research today. The material is highly relevant for readers in diverse disciplines, from organic chemistry to nanotechnology, from materials science to liquid crystals, and many more. Coverage includes:
- Applications in photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and transistors
- Innovative methods such as crystal engineering, conjunction, and self-assembly
- Molecular materials, liquid crystals, oligomers, carbon nanotubes,fullerenes, and polymers
- The scientific fundamentals, supplemented with resource listings and figures
A useful resource for researchers and engineers in academia and industry, Self-Organized Organic Semiconductors will provide interested readers with the grounding they need to jump-start the development of novel organic semiconductors and applications.
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