581 pages | 356 B/W Illus.
In the near future, organic semiconductors may be used in a variety of products, including flat-screen TVs, e-book readers, and third-generation organic photovoltaics applications, to name just a few. While organic electronics has received increased attention in scientific journals, those working in this burgeoning field require more in-depth coverage of the subject.
Considering the rapid development in this field, Organic Electronics: Materials, Processing, Devices and Applications is a long-overdue assessment of state-of-the-art technology in organic electronics. This valuable reference harnesses the insight of various experts in the field, who contribute entire chapters on their area of specialty, covering chemistry and materials, fundamental physics, device processing, fabrication, and applications.
Coverage includes cutting-edge advances in:
With its detailed discussion of the latest developments in the field of organic semiconductor materials and devices, this versatile book is ideally suited as a reference tool for scientists, engineers, and researchers or as an overview for those new to the field. In either capacity, its broad range of material will serve as a base for the further development of new sciences and technologies in this area.
Part I: Materials and Processing
p-Conjugated Polymers for OLEDs, M. Tamilvanan and S.-H. Jin
Organic Vapor-Phase Deposition, M. Shtein
Part II: Device Physics
Charge Transport and Injection in Amorphous Organic Semiconductors, S.C. Tse, C.H. Cheung, and S.K. So
Magnetic Field Effects in Organic Semiconducting Materials and Devices, B. Hu and L. Yan
Interface in Organic Semiconductor Devices: Dipole, Doping, Band Bending, and Growth, Y. Gao
Interfaces in Organic Electronic Devices—New Insights to Traditional Concepts, M.-K. Fung, C.-S. Lee, and S.-T. Lee
The Role of Homolytic Reactions in the Intrinsic Degradation of OLEDs, D.Y. Kondakov
Materials and Interface Engineering in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes, F. Huang and A. K.-Y. Jen
Part III: Organic Electronic Devices
Microcavity Effects in Organic Light-Emitting Devices, C.-C. Wu and H.-W. Lin
Vertical-Type Organic Transistors, Y. Watanabe, M. Nakamura, and K. Kudo
Routes toward High-Efficiency Polymer Solar Cells, Y. Yang, Y. Yao, and G. Li
Mixed Molecular Heterojunction Photovoltaic Cells, J. Xue
Development of Polymer Semiconductors for Field-Effect Transistor Devices in Displays, R. Hamilton, M. Heeney, T. Anthopoulos, and I. McCulloch
Part IV: Applications
OLED Materials and Device Architectures for Full-Color Displays and Solid-State Lighting, T. K. Hatwar, M.E. Kondakova, D.J. Giesen, and J.P. Spindler
Organic Light-Emitting Diodes and Photodetectors for Optical Communication, Y. Ohmori
Organic Light-Emitting Diodes in Chemical and Biological Sensors, R. Shinar, Y. Cai, and J. Shinar