Wspc Reference On Organic Electronics The Organic Semiconductors In 2 Volumes

Author: Marder Seth R
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814699241
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This 2-volume set provides the reader with a basic understanding of the foundational concepts pertaining to the design, synthesis, and applications of conjugated organic materials used as organic semiconductors, in areas including organic photovoltaic devices, light-emitting diodes, field-effect transistors, spintronics, actuation, bioelectronics, thermoelectrics, and nonlinear optics.While there are many monographs in these various areas, the emphasis here is both on the fundamental chemistry and physics concepts underlying the field of organic semiconductors and on how these concepts drive a broad range of applications. This makes the volumes ideal introductory textbooks in the subject. They will thus offer great value to both junior and senior scientists working in areas ranging from organic chemistry to condensed matter physics and materials science and engineering.Number of Illustrations and Tables: 168 b/w illus., 242 colour illus., 13 tables.

Molecular And Organic Electronics Devices

Author: Dinesh K. Aswal
Editor: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781608765942
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In recent times, functional "organic materials: molecular and polymers", being lightweight, low cost and their ease of production, have made inroads into many areas of devices formerly occupied by "inorganic materials". Molecular monolayers deposited on Si exhibiting electronic functionalities are expected to push the scaling limits of Si microelectronics down to a few nanometers. Thin films of molecular semiconductors and conducting polymers are widely being used in various devices, such as, light emitting diodes, optically pumped photodetectors, lasers, printed transistors, photorefractive applications, solar cells, biomedical application, gas sensors, etc. Recent advances show improved physical characteristics of molecular/polymer materials as active semiconductors, indicating a bright future for molecular and polymer devices. New concepts, innovative fabrication techniques and material manipulation at the nanoscale are bringing about much improved performances, indicating that organic materials will herald a new technological base with inexpensive devices in the near future. This book focuses on this theme with an attempt to provide updates on recent advances made in certain key areas of development of molecular and polymer devices.

Organic Electronics

Author: Fabio Cicoira
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527650989
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An overview of the tremendous potential of organic electronics, concentrating on those emerging topics and technologies that will form the focus of research over the next five to ten years. The young and energetic team of editors with an excellent research track record has brought together internationally renowned authors to review up-and-coming topics, some for the first time, such as organic spintronics, iontronics, light emitting transistors, organic sensors and advanced structural analysis. As a result, this book serves the needs of experienced researchers in organic electronics, graduate students and post-doctoral researchers, as well as scientists active in closely related fields, including organic chemical synthesis, thin film growth and biomaterials. Cover Figure: With kind permission of Matitaccia.

Supramolecular Materials For Opto Electronics

Author: Norbert Koch
Editor: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 1849738262
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For years, concepts and models relevant to the fields of molecular electronics and organic electronics have been invented in parallel, slowing down progress in the field. This book illustrates how synthetic chemists, materials scientists, physicists, and device engineers can work together to reach their desired, shared goals, and provides the knowledge and intellectual basis for this venture. Supramolecular Materials for Opto-Electronics covers the basic principles of building supramolecular organic systems that fulfil the requirements of the targeted opto-electronic function; specific material properties based on the fundamental synthesis and assembly processes; and provides an overview of the current uses of supramolecular materials in opto-electronic devices. To conclude, a “what's next” section provides an outlook on the future of the field, outlining the ways overarching work between research disciplines can be utilised. Postgraduate researchers and academics will appreciate the fundamental insight into concepts and practices of supramolecular systems for opto-electronic device integration.

Organic Electronic Materials

Author: R. Farchioni
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642564259
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This book brings together selected contributions both on the fundamental information on the physics and chemistry of these materials, new physical ideas and decisive experiments. It constitutes both an insightful treatise and a handy reference for specialists and graduate students working in solid state physics and chemistry, material science and related fields.

Introduction To Organic Electronic And Optoelectronic Materials And Devices

Author: Sam-Shajing Sun
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466585110
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This book covers the combined subjects of organic electronic and optoelectronic materials/devices. It is designed for classroom instruction at the senior college level. Highlighting emerging organic and polymeric optoelectronic materials and devices, it presents the fundamentals, principle mechanisms, representative examples, and key data.

Organic Electronics

Author: Franky So
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420072914
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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: Organic vapor phase deposition to fabricate organic nanostructures Organic semiconductor device physics Organic thin film and vertical transistors Organic photovoltaic cells OLED technologies for flat panel displays and lighting 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.

Thin Film Deposition Employing Supersonic Molecular Beams

Author: Todd William Schroeder
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For the growth of pentacene an ultra-high vacuum system with real-time synchrotron x-ray diffraction and molecular beam scattering capabilities has been constructed. The velocity distributions of supersonic molecular beams of pentacene seeded in carrier gases have been measured using time of flight methods. Initial studies of pentacene deposition using these high energy molecular beams by AFM indicate that Ei has a strong influence over the growing film's morphology. As Ei is increased from 1.5 eV to 6.7 eV the observed island density has been observed to increase by a factor of nearly 100.

Supramolecular Soft Matter

Author: Takashi Nakanishi
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118095324
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The pivotal text that bridges the gap between fundamentals andapplications of soft matter in organic electronics Covering an expanding and highly coveted subject area,Supramolecular Soft Matter enlists the services of leadingresearchers to help readers understand and manipulate theelectronic properties of supramolecular soft materials for use inorganic opto-electronic devices, such as photovoltaics and fieldeffect transistors, some of the most desired materials for energyconservation. Rather than offering a compilation of current trendsin supramolecular soft matter, this book bridges the gap betweenfundamentals and applications of soft matter in organic electronicsin an effort to open new directions in research for applyingsupramolecular assembly into organic materials while also focusingon the morphological functions originating from the materials'self-assembled architectures. This unique approach distinguishesSupramolecular Soft Matter as a valuable resource for learning toidentify concepts that hold promise for the successful developmentof organic/polymeric electronics for use in real-worldapplications. Supramolecular Soft Matter: Combines important topics to help supramolecular chemists andorganic electronics researchers work together Covers an interdisciplinary field of prime importance togovernment-supported R&D research Discusses the concepts and perspectives in a dynamic field toaid in the successful development of organic electronics Includes applications for energy conservation like photovoltaicsand field effect transistors Teeming with applicable information on both molecular design andsynthesis, as well as the development of smart molecular assembliesfor organic electronic systems, Supramolecular Soft Matter providesmore practical in-depth coverage of this rapidly evolvingtechnology than any other book in its field.

Organic Electronics

Author: Stephen R. Forrest
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198529724
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This textbook provides a basic understanding of the principles of the field of organic electronics through to their applications in organic devices. Useful for the student and practitioner, it is both a teaching text and a resource that is a jumping-off point for learning, working and innovating in this rapidly growing field.

Interface Formation And Thin Film Deposition For Molecular And Organic Electronics

Author: Aravind Srinivasa Killampalli
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Organic materials are playing an increasing role in modern microelectronic devices-beyond their traditional role as photoresists. Emerging applications such as low-kappa dielectrics, semiconductors and components in molecular electronics demand excellent control of the interface between organic and inorganic materials. To date, almost all work concerning the formation of inorganic-on-organic structures on pre-existing organic layers has involved elemental evaporation of metal thin films. An alternative approach has been examined via the reaction of an organo-transition metal complex, tetrakis(dimethylamido)titanium, Ti[N(CH3)2]4, with self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) terminated by -OH, -NH2 and -CH3 groups, using x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). This is the first detailed study which clearly correlates the reactivity of Ti[N(CH3)2] 4 with the functionality and density of molecules in a self-assembled monolayer. Extent of reaction, stoichiometry at the interface, ligand loss and decomposition have also been investigated in this study.

Molecular Spintronics

Author: Marta Galbiati
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319226118
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This thesis targets molecular or organic spintronics and more particularly the spin polarization tailoring opportunities that arise from the ferromagnetic metal/molecule hybridization at interfaces: the new concept of spinterface. Molecular or organic spintronics is an emerging research field at the frontier between organic chemistry and spintronics. The manuscript is divided into three parts, the first of which introduces the basic concepts of spintronics and advantages that molecules can bring to this field. The state of the art on organic and molecular spintronics is also presented, with a special emphasis on the physics and experimental evidence for spinterfaces. The book’s second and third parts are dedicated to the two main experimental topics investigated in the thesis: Self-Assembled Monolayers (SAMs) and Organic Semiconductors (OSCs). The study of SAMs-based magnetic tunnel nanojunctions reveals the potential to modulate the properties of such devices “at will,” since each part of the molecule can be tuned independently like a “LEGO” building block. The study of Alq3-based spin valves reveals magnetoresistance effects at room temperature and is aimed at understanding the respective roles played by the two interfaces. Through the development of these systems, we demonstrate their potential for spintronics and provide a solid foundation for spin polarization engineering at the molecular level.

Materials Processes And Reliability For Advanced Interconnects For Micro And Nanoelectronics 2009 Volume 1156

Author: Martin Gall
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The MRS Symposium Proceeding series is an internationally recognised reference suitable for researchers and practitioners.

Advanced Semiconductor And Organic Nano Techniques

Author: Hadis Morkoç
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ISBN: 9780125070638
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Physical sciences and engineering, as well as biological sciences have recently made great strides in their respective fields. More importantly, the cross-fertilization of ideas, paradigms and methodologies have led to the unprecedented technological developments in areas such as information processing, full colour semiconductor displays, compact biosensors and controlled drug discovery to name a few. Top experts in their respective fields have come together to discuss the latest developments and the future of micro-nano electronics. They investigate issues to be faced in ultimate limits such as single electron transitors; zero dimensional systems for unique properties; thresholdless lasers, electronics based on inexpensive and flexible plastic chips; cell manipulation; biosensors; DNA based computers; quantum computing; DNA sequencing chips; micro fluidics; nanomotors based on molecules; molecular electronics and recently emerging wide bandgap semiconductors for emitters, detectors and power amplifiers. Contributions from top experts in this field Covers a wide range of topics

Molecular Nanoelectronics

Author: Mark A. Reed
Editor: Amer Scientific Pub
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And Perspective 225 -- Acknowledgments 225 -- R eferences 225 -- Chapter 9. NANOPARTICLES: BUILDING BLOCKS -- For Functional Nanostructures -- Corey Radloff, Cristin E. Moran, Joseph B. Jackson, Naomi J Halas -- 1. Introduction 229 -- 2. Building Blocks 230 -- 2.1. Nonmetallic Nanoparticles 230 -- 2.2. Semiconductor Nanocrystals 235 -- 2.3. M etal N anoparticles 241 -- 3. Assembly and Deposition Methods 244 -- 3.1. N anoshells 244 -- 3.2. Two- and Three-Dimensional Nanoparticle Assemblies 247 -- 3.3. Single-Particle Trapping and Manipulation 256 -- 4. A pplications 258 -- 4.1. Quantum Dot Corporation 258 -- 4.2. Nanospectra L.L.P 258 -- 4.3. SurroMed Incorporated 259 -- R eferences 259 -- Chapter 10. MOLECULAR- AND NANOCRYSTAL-BASED -- Photovoltaics -- Laura A. Swafford, Sandra J. Rosenthal -- 1. Introduction 263 -- 2. p-n Junction Silicon Solar Cells 264 -- 3. Photosynthesis: Nature's Solar Cell 266 -- 4. Molecular- and Nanomaterial-Based Photovoltaics 267 -- 4.1. Schottky Photodiodes 267 -- 4.2. Sandwich Heterojunction Photovoltaics 277 -- 4.3. Bulk Heterojunction Photovoltaics 279 -- 5. Future Photovoltaics 284 -- 6. Concluding Remarks 286 -- Appendix: Photovoltaic Efficiencies 286 -- A .1. Lighting Conditions 286 -- A.2. Calculating Photovoltaic Efficiencies 287 -- Acknowledgments 287 -- R eferences 287 -- Chapter 11. ORGANIC THIN FILM TRANSISTORS -- Hagen Klauk, Thomas N. Jackson -- 1. Introduction 291 -- 2. Pushing the Limits 296 -- 3. Device Architectures 297 -- 4. Flexible Substrate Technology 297 -- 5. Gate Dielectrics 299 -- 6. Low-Cost Proc.

Small Organic Molecules On Surfaces

Author: Helmut Sitter
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642338488
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This book deals with basic aspects of polymer electronics and optoelectronics. There is an enormous world-wide effort both in basic scientific research as well as in industrial development in the area of organic electronics. It is becoming increasingly clear that, if devices based on organic materials are ever going to have a significant relevance beyond being a cheap replacement for inorganic semiconductors, there will be a need to understand interface formation, film growth and functionality. A control of these aspects will allow the realisation of totally new device concepts exploiting the enormous flexibility inherent in organic chemistry. In this book we focus on oligomeric/molecular films as we believe that the control of molecular structures and interfaces provides highly defined systems which allow, on the one hand the study of the basic physics and on the other hand to find the important parameters necessary to improve organic devices.

Organic Electronics Materials And Devices

Author: Shuichiro Ogawa
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 4431556540
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This book is an introductory text for graduate students, researchers in industries, and those who are just beginning to work on organic electronics materials, devices and their applications. The book includes mainly fundamental principles and theories for understanding organic electronics materials and devices, but also provides information about state-of-the-art technologies, applications and future prospects. These topics encompass physics for organic transistors, structure control technologies of polymer semiconductors, nanomaterials electronics, organic solar cells, organic electroluminescence, liquid semiconductors and dynamics for excitation, among others. This book will help researchers to be able to contribute to society with the technologies and science of organic electronics materials in the future.

Organic Synthesis And Molecular Engineering

Author: Mogens Brøndsted Nielsen
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118736486
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The theory, methods, and practices needed to build moleculesand supramolecular systems Using a synthetic approach to organic materials chemistry, thisbook sets forth tested and proven methods and practices that makeit possible to engineer organic molecules offering specialproperties and functions. Throughout the book, plenty of real-worldexamples demonstrate the countless possibilities of creatingone-of-a-kind molecules and supramolecular systems to support abroad range of applications. The book explores applications in bothmaterials and bioorganic chemistry, including molecularelectronics, energy storage, sensors, nanomedicine, and enzymeengineering. Organic Synthesis and Molecular Engineering consists offourteen chapters, each one contributed by one or more leadinginternational experts in the field. The contributions are based ona thorough review and analysis of the current literature as well asthe authors' firsthand experience in the lab engineering neworganic molecules. Designed as a practical lab reference, the bookoffers: Tested and proven synthetic approaches to organic materialschemistry Methods and practices to successfully engineer functionalityinto organic molecules Explanations of the principles and concepts underlyingself-assembly and supramolecular chemistry Guidance in selecting appropriate structural units used in thedesign and synthesis of functional molecules and materials Coverage of the full range of applications in materials andbioorganic chemistry A full chapter on graphene, a new topic generating intenseresearch Organic Synthesis and Molecular Engineering begins withcore concepts, molecular building blocks, and synthetic tools.Next, it explores molecular electronics, supramolecular chemistryand self-assembly, graphene, and photoresponsive materialsengineering. In short, it offers everything researchers need tofully grasp the underlying theory and then build new molecules andsupramolecular systems.

Summaries Of Reports Of The Electrotechnical Laboratory

Author: Denki Shikenjo (Japan)
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Handbook Of Thiophene Based Materials

Author: Igor F. Perepichka
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470745540
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This essential resource consists of a series of critical reviews written by leading scientists, summarising the progress in the field of conjugated thiophene materials. It is an application-oriented book, giving a chemists’ point of view on the state-of-art and perspectives of the field. While presenting a comprehensive coverage of thiophene-based materials and related applications, the aim is to show how the rational molecular design of materials can bring a new breadth to known device applications or even aid the development of novel application concepts. The main topics covered include synthetic methodologies to thiophene-based materials (including the chemistry of thiophene, preparation of oligomers and polymerisation approaches) and the structure and physical properties of oligo- and polythiophenes (discussion of structural effects on electronic and optical properties). Part of the book is devoted to the optical and semiconducting properties of conjugated thiophene materials for electronics and photonics, and the role of thiophene-based materials in nanotechnology.