Optical Properties of Functional Polymers and Nano Engineering Applications provides a basic introduction to the optical properties of polymers, as well as a systematic overview of the latest developments in their nano engineering applications. Covering an increasingly important class of materials relevant not only in academic research but also in industry, this comprehensive text:
Optical Properties of Functional Polymers and Nano Engineering Applications emphasizes the importance of nano engineering in improving the fundamental optical properties of the functional polymers, elaborating on high-level research while thoroughly explaining the underlying principles.
"This book is for researchers and polymer scientists who either develop or use polymers for optical sensing. It provides good technical depth and interesting applications for advanced learning. It also provides a good explanation of the underlying physical principles of each application being considered to give the beginner a good grasp of this technology."
—IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, July/August 2016
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Photorefractive Polymers for 3D Display Application; Pierre-Alexandre Blanche
Optical Gene Detection Using Conjugated Polymers; Jadranka Travas-Sejdic and Anupama Rao Gulur Srinivas
Polymer Ion Sensors Based on Intramolecular Charge-Transfer Interactions; Tsuyoshi Michinobu and Tsuyoshi Hyakutake
Detection of Explosives and Metal Ions Using Fluorescent Polymers and Their Nanostructures; Akshay Kokil and Jayant Kumar
Holographic Polymer-Dispersed Liquid Crystals: From Materials and Morphologies to Applications; Ji Ma, Wenbin Huang, Li Xuan, and Hiroshi Yokoyama
Organic and Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Electrochromic Materials and Devices; Prakash R. Somani
Polymer Nanostructures through Packing of Spheres; Lawrence A. Renna, Timothy S. Gehan, and D. Venkataraman