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Semiconducting Polymers
Synthesis and Photophysical Properties



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ISBN 9781771888684
December 15, 2020 Forthcoming by Apple Academic Press
312 Pages - 84 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Semiconducting polymers are of great interest for applications in electroluminescent devices, solar cells, batteries, and diodes. This volume, Semiconducting Polymers: Synthesis and Photophysics Properties, provides a thorough introduction to the basic concepts of the photophysics of semiconducting polymers, as well as a description of the principal polymerization methods for luminescent polymers.

Divided into two main sections, the book first introduces the advances made in polymer synthesis, and then goes on to focus on the photophysics aspects, also exploring how new advances in the area of controlled syntheses of semiconducting polymers are applied. An understanding of the photophysics process in this kind of material requires some knowledge of many different terms in this field, so a chapter on basics aspects is included.

Table of Contents

1. Polymerization Methods for Luminescent Polymers

Débora A. Ribeiro et al.

2. Photophysics: Basic Concepts

José C. Germino and Luís G. T. A. Duarte

3. Theoretical Aspects of Semiconducting Polymers

Cristina A. Barboza and Rodrigo A. Mendes

4. Photoluminescence and Electroluminescence in Semiconducting Polymers

Andreia de Morais et al.

5. Photophysical Properties of Polythiophenes

Flávio S. Freitas and Rafael F. C. Neves

6. Photophysical Properties of Polyfluorenes

Gustavo T. Valente and Nirton C. S. Vieira

7. Photophysical Properties of Poly(p-phenylene vinylene)

Roberson S. Polli and Raquel A. Domingues

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Biography

Raquel Aparecida Domingues, PhD, is Professor at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil.

Daniel Henrique do Amaral Corrêa, PhD, is a Professor at the São Leopoldo Mandic College of Medicine, Araras, Brazil, and São Francisco Faculty–UNIMOGI, Mogi Guaçu, Brazil.