2nd Edition

Introduction to Organic Electronic and Optoelectronic Materials and Devices

Edited By Sam-Shajing Sun, Larry R. Dalton Copyright 2016
    1091 Pages
    by CRC Press

    1091 Pages 963 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    This book covers the combined subjects of organic electronic and optoelectronic materials/devices. It is designed for classroom instruction at the senior college level. Highlighting emerging organic and polymeric optoelectronic materials and devices, it presents the fundamentals, principle mechanisms, representative examples, and key data.

    1 Introduction to Optoelectronic Materials 2 Introduction to Optoelectronic Device Principles 3 Basic Electronic Structures and Charge Carrier Generation in Organic Optoelectronic Materials 4 Charge Transport in Conducting Polymers 5 Major Classes of Organic Small Molecules for Electronics and Optoelectronics 6 Major Classes of Conjugated Polymers and Synthetic Strategies 7 Low Energy Gap Conducting, and Transparent Polymers 8 Conjugated Polymers Fullerene C60 and Carbon Nanotubes for Optoelectronic Devices 9 Introduction of Organic Superconducting Materials 10 Molecular Semiconductors for Organic Field-Effect Transistors 11 Polymer Field-Effect Transistors 12 Organic Molecular Light-Emitting Materials and Devices 13 Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes: Devices and Materials 14 Organic and Polymeric Photovoltaic Materials and Devices 15 Organic Molecular Nonlinear Optical Materials and Devices 16 Polymeric Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Materials and Devices 17 Organic and Polymeric Third-Order Nonlinear Optical Materials and Device Applications 18 Organic Multiphoton Absorbing Materials and Devices 19 Organic and Polymeric Photorefractive Materials and Devices 20 Organic/Metal Interface Properties 21 Single-Molecule Organic Electronics and Optoelectronics 22 Introduction to Nonvolatile Organic Thin-Film Memory Devices 23 Introduction to Organic Electrochromic Materials and Devices 24 An Introduction to Conducting Polymer Actuators 25 Organic Liquid Crystal Optoelectronic Materials and Devices 26 Organic and Polymeric Photonic Band Gap Materials and Devices 27 Introduction to Polymer Photonics for Information Technology 28 Organic Low-Dielectric Constant Materials for Microelectronics 29 Self-Assembly of Organic Optoelectronic Materials and Devices 30 Introduction to Organic Spintronic Materials and Devices 31 Introduction to Organic Photo Actuator Materials and Devices 32 Introduction to Organic Thermoelectric Materials and Devices 33 Introduction to Computational Met


    Sam-Shajing Sun, PhD, is a professor at chemistry faculty of Norfolk State University.

    Larry R. Dalton, PhD, is the George B. Kauffman Professor of Chemistry and Electrical Engineering and B Seymour Rabinovitch Chair Professorship at the University of Washington.

    "The main research and application areas in opto-organic materials are well presented in this book."
    —Jinhui Song, University of Alabama, USA

    "… a very comprehensive and informative handbook. This new edition covers a wide range of topics that describes basic principles of operation, fabrication, properties and performance of electronic devices. There are many new and important chapters such as chapters 20, 21, 30-33 and others that reflect research directions in the area of organic electronics. In my opinion, this book will be a good resource for researchers in the field of electronic devices based on organic molecules, faculty members who teach related courses and also students who are making their first steps in this exiting field."
    —Elizabeth Amir, Shenkar College, Ramat Gan, Israel

    "…an excellent resource for both experts and beginners who want to develop and expand their background in this field."
    —Hany Aziz, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

    "This book is an excellent resource for graduate students… [it] contains an excellent balance of chemistry, device physics, and applications."
    — Mihaela C. Stefan, University of Texas at Dallas, USA

    "This is a resource book that spans in coverage breadth and extends in topic depth. It speaks fluently to all levels of learners with limited degree of translation, thereby ensuring independent study while traversing in the current topics that drive research."
    — Daniel Wamwangi, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

    "The book offers a complete and accurate overview of organic electronics, starting from the fundamental theory to the most common and well-established applications. The book can be extremely useful for a student because it contains not only the most common topics selected in a typical course, but also an accurate overview of "exotic" but widely known fields of organic electronics, such as spintronic and computational approach,