Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices
Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices provides a single source of information covering all aspects of OLEDs, including the systematic investigation of organic light-emitting materials, device physics and engineering, and manufacturing and performance measurement techniques. This Second Edition is a compilation of the advances made in recent years and of the challenges facing the future development of OLED technology.
Featuring chapters authored by internationally recognized academic and industrial experts, this authoritative text:
- Introduces the history, fundamental physics, and potential applications of OLEDs
- Reviews the synthesis, properties, and device performance of electroluminescent materials used in OLEDs
- Reflects the current state of molecular design, exemplifying more than 600 light-emitting polymers and highlighting the most efficient materials and devices
- Explores small molecules-based OLEDs, detailing hole- and electron-injection and electron-transport materials, electron- and hole-blocking materials, sensitizers, and fluorescent and phosphorescent light-emitting materials
- Describes solution-processable phosphorescent polymer LEDs, energy transfer processes, polarized OLEDs, anode materials, and vapor deposition manufacturing techniques employed in OLED fabrication
- Discusses flexible display, the backplane circuit technology for organic light-emitting displays, and the latest microstructural characterization and performance measurement techniques
- Contains abundant diagrams, device configurations, and molecular structures clearly illutrating the presented ideas
Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices, Second Edition offers a comprehensive overview of the OLED field and can serve as a primary reference for those needing additional information in any particular subarea of organic electroluminescence. This book should attract the attention of materials scientists, synthetic chemists, solid-state physicists, and electronic device engineers, as well as industrial managers and patent lawyers engaged in OLED-related business areas.
Organic Light-Emitting Devices and Their Applications for Flat-Panel Displays; Qing Wang, Gang Yu, and Jian Wang
Light-Emitting Polymers; Shidi Xun, Dmitrii F. Perepichka, Igor F. Perepichka, Hong Meng, and Fred Wudl
Small-Molecule Materials for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes; Shijian Su, Norman Herron, and Hong Meng
Phosphorescent Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes; Xu Han, Dmitrii F. Perepichka, Hong Meng, and Mang-Mang Ling
Polarized Light Emission from Organic Light-Emitting Diodes; Daniel Steiger and Christoph Weder
Transparent Electrode for OLEDs; Furong Zhu
Vapor-Deposited Organic Light-Emitting Devices; Michael S. Weaver
Material Challenges for Flexible OLED Displays; Peter F. Carcia
Oxide Thin-Film Transistors for Active Matrix OLEDs; Linfeng Lan, Weijing Wu, and Lei Wang
Microstructural Characterization and Performance Measurements; Zhigang Rick Li and Jeff Meth
"This large, tightly written book discusses the physics and chemistry of light-emitting materials, as well as the technology and engineering of the devices they are used in. The chapters on materials chemistry are especially good. There are also historical sketches to introduce each chapter. This up-to-date and authoritative survey of a rapidly changing field is timely and welcome."
—Albert C. Claus, Loyola University Chicago, USA, from Optics & Photonics News, December 7, 2015
Praise for the Previous Edition
"This book documents the enormous progress made in this fascinating area. … After a quick look at the table of contents, the preface, and the editors involved, the value and uniqueness of the chapters of this book become clear. …The final chapter gives a very useful summary of the patent positions of the key companies that are involved in the development of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) materials. In conclusion, this book is a very useful and up-to-date collection that reveals the state of the art in OLED materials, devices, and displays. It addresses a broad spectrum of work, from materials synthesis and characterization to display architectures and technology-related issues. This well-prepared and clearly structured book is targeted at both academic and industrial researchers working in the OLED field, but will also be of interest to M.Sc and Ph.D students."
—Ulrich Scherf, Bergische Universitat Wuppertäl, Germany, Materials Today, Vol. 10, No. 5, May 2007