Interest in organic molecular solids extends to a range of fields including chemistry, physics, electrical engineering, and materials science. In chemistry, it applies to such topics as solid state reactivity, crystal engineering, theoretical approaches to crystal structure determination, and morphology control. In physics, electrical engineering, and materials science, the possibility of producing organic-based materials (such as crystals, polymers, thin films, or liquid crystals) with potential electronic, opto-electronic, and magnetic uses is a major area of current research interest throughout the world.
Organic Molecular Solids examines the uses of organic-based materials over a wide range of applications and interests. Each chapter surveys a relevant topic, providing appropriate introductory background information and modern developments.
Introduction, W. Jones
Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Related Materials, C.N.R. Rao and R. Seshadri
Thermotropic Liquid Crystals, D. Coates
Langmuir-Blodgett Assemblies, T. Richardson
Methods of Characterization for Organic Solids, C.R. Theocharis
Theoretical Methods for Crystal Structure Determination, R. Docherty and W. Jones
Crystal Engineering and the Control of Solid State Reactivity, W. Jones
Linear Optical Properties of Organic Molecular Solids, T. Kaino
Non-Linear Properties of Organic Solids, H. Nakanishi and S. Okada
Semi-Conducting and Photoconducting Organic Solids, H. Baessler
Organic Superconducting Solids, G. Saito
Conjugating Polymers, A. Kraft
Magnetic Properties of Organic Solids, M. Kinoshita