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Edited by Hari Singh Nalwa
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, USA
2008, 1585 pages, Hardcover
ISBN: 978-1-58883-095-5

ABOUT THIS HANDBOOK
Handbook of Organic Electronics and Photonics brings together chemists, materials scientists, physicists, and engineers from both academia and industry to share information on the organic materials for emerging new electronic and photonic technologies. The three volume set offers exclusive coverage on all types of organic molecular and polymeric functional materials, their electronic and photonic properties and device applications. The research topics include all types of molecular, organic, and polymeric functional materials, their nanostructured composites and blends, their synthesis, processing and nanofabrication (molecular crystals, multilayers, self-assemblies, ultrathin films), spectroscopic characterization, morphology, electronic and photonic properties and device applications. organic-inorganic hybrid materials for electronics and photonics, conducting polymers, conjugated oligomers and polymers, organic semiconductors, single electron transistors, organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), organic field-effect transistors (OFETs), full-color display devices, organic random lasers, integrated circuits, sensors, detectors, Organic NLO materials, polymer opto-electronics, organic semiconductor lasers, biomolecular electronics, biological macromolecules such as DNA and proteins, dendrimers, liquid crystals, nanostructured (fullerenes, nanotubes, nanowires, quantum dots, nanoparticles, nanoclusters, nanocrystals, nanocomposites) organic materials, industrial applications, sensors, displays, solar cells, holography, data storage, thin film transistor (TFTs), artificial muscles, organics for photonics assembly and packaging, and coatings. This handbook contains 35 review chapters focused on different aspects of organic materials used in wide variety of electronic and photonic applications written by world's leading experts. This handbook offers a unique source of the in-depth knowledge of synthesis, processing, spectroscopy, physical properties and applications of organic electronic and photonic materials and has been divided into three thematic volumes:

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Volume 1: Electronic Materials and Devices
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESSynthetic Approaches to Band Gap Control in Conjugated Polymeric Materials, Seth C. Rasmussen, Katsu Ogawa, Scott D.   Rothstein
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESConducting Polymer Nanotubes, Nanowires, and Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Characteristics, and Applications, Jinsoo Joo, Bo Hyun Kim, Dong Hyuk, Jun Hee Sung, Hyoung Jin Choi
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESCharge Transport and Morphology in Conjugated Polymers, R. Joseph Kline, Michael D. McGehee
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESNano/Microfabrication Techniques for Organic Electronics and Photonics, David Y. Fozdar, Yi Lu, Dongbing Shao, Shaochen Chen
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESSelf-Assembled Supramolecular Structures for Organic Electronics and Photonics, Katsuhiko Ariga, Takashi Nakanishi, Jonathan P. Hill
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESConjugated Polymer Based Solar Cells, Ziqi Liang, Qing Wang
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESOrganic Thin-Film Transistors: Fundamental and Applied Aspects, Zheng-Tao Zhu, John A. Rogers
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESOrganic/Polymer Field-Effect Transistors and Their Applications, Tianhong Cui, Yi Liu
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESElectropolymers for Mechtronics and Artificial Muscles, Qiming Zhang, Zhongyang Cheng
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESSensing Genes Using Conducting Polymers, Nanoparticles, and Nanotubes, Jadranka Travas-Sejdic, Christian Soeller
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESElectronic and Optoelectronic Devices Based on Organic Thin Films, Stefan Antohe
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESBiologically Inspired Large Contraction Conducting Polymer Actuators, Patrick A. Anquetil, John D. Madden, Hsiao-hua Yu, Timothy M. Swager, Ian W. Hunter
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESElectron Transfer in Self-Assembled Supramolecular Fullerene Based Donor-Acceptor Conjugates, Francis D'Souza and Osamu Ito
Volume 2: Photonic Materials and Devices
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESOrganic Nonlinear Optical Crystals and Single-Crystalline Thin Films, Mojca Jazbinsek, O-Pil Kwon, Christian Bosshard, Peter Gu"nter
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESOrganic Semiconducting Thin Films, Rizwan U. A. Khan, Christoph Hunziker, Ronald Ulbricht, Axelle Tapponnier, Peter Gu"nter
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESNontraditional Laser Systems: The Case of Organic Random Lasers, M. Anni, S. Lattante
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESNonlinear Optical Properties of Organometallic and Metallo-organic Compounds, Mily Bhattacharya, Puspendu K. Das, Ashoka G. Samuelson
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESPhthalocyanines and Related Compounds: Nonlinear Optical Response and Photoinduced Electron Transfer Process, Yu Chen, Mohamed E. EI-Khouly, James J. Doyle, Eleni G. A. Notaras, Werner J. Blau, Sea'n M. O'Flaherty
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESAzobenzene Polyesters for Polarization Holographic Storage. Part I. Materials and Characterization, N. C. R. Holme, S. Hvilsted, E. Lorincz, A. Matharu, L. Nedelchev, L. Nikolova, P. S. Ramanujam
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESAzobenzene Polyesters for Polarization Holographic Storage: Part II. Technology and System, Emoke Lorincz, Pa'l Koppa, Ga'bor Erdei, Attila Su"to, Ferenc Ujhelyi, Pe'ter Va'rhegyi, P. S. Ramanujam, Pe'ter I. Richter
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESLiquid Crystal Diffractive Optical Elements, Emmanouil E. Kriezis, Carl V. Brown
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESPhotoinduced Reorientation of Photo-Cross-Linkable Polymer Liquid Crystals and Applications to Highly Functionalized Optical Devices, Nobuhiro Kawatsuki, Hiroshi Ono
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESMagnetoresistance and Spin Effects in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes, M. Wohlgenannt, Z. V. Vardeny
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESElectrophosphorescent Organic Light Emitting Diodes: Device Physics, Materials and Applications, Terence K. S. Wong
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESPhotoinduced Electron Transfer Between Electron Donors and Fullerenes as Unique Electron Acceptors, Yasuyuki Araki, Osamu Ito
Volume 3: Electronic and Photonic Devices
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESSingle-Molecule Transistors, Douglas Natelson
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESNanostructured Arrays as Suitable Materials for Batteries, Sensors, and Electrochromic Devices, Fernanda F. C. Bazito, Pablo A. Fiorito, Eduardo A. Ponzio, Marcio Vidotti, Susana I. Cordoba de Torresi, Roberto M. Torresi
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESHigh-Speed Operation of Organic Light-Emitting Devices and Photodetectors for Optical Link Devices, Hirotake Kajii, Yutaka Ohmori
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESOrganic Field-Effect Transistors: From Materials to Device Physics, Th. B. Singh, N. S. Sariciftci, M. Jaiswal, R. Menon
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESFlexible Display Applications, Gregory Crawford, Frederick Biga
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESPhysics and Technology of Organic Light Emitting Diodes, Thien Phap Nguyen, Pascale Jolinat
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESOrganic and Polymeric Solar Cells, Sam-Shajing Sun
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESMaterials for Organic Solar Cells, Rafael Go'mez, Jose' L. Segura
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESLuminescent Lanthanide Complexes for Advanced Photonics Applications, Soo Gyun Roh, Yong Hee Kim, Hwan Kyu Kim
ICONS.GIF - 419BYTESDNA Based Biosensors, Zhang Renyun, Wang Xuemei, He Nongyue

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