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.

chapter 1|24 pages

Introduction to Optoelectronic Materials

ByNasser Peyghambarian, M. Fallahi

chapter 2|22 pages

Introduction to Optoelectronic Device Principles

ByJoachim Piprek

chapter 4|41 pages

Charge Transport in Conducting Polymers

ByVladimir N. Prigodin, Arthur J. Epstein

chapter 5|46 pages

Major Classes of Organic Small Molecules for Electronics and Optoelectronics

ByXianle Meng, Weihong Zhu, He Tian

chapter 6|36 pages

Major Classes of Conjugated Polymers and Synthetic Strategies

ByYongfang Li, Jianhui Hou

chapter 7|26 pages

Low Energy Gap, Conducting, and Transparent Polymers

ByArvind Kumar, Yogesh Ner, Gregory A. Sotzing

chapter 8|25 pages

Conjugated Polymers, Fullerene C60, and Carbon Nanotubes for Optoelectronic Devices

ByLiangti Qu, Liming Dai, Sam-Shajing Sun

chapter 9|22 pages

Introduction of Organic Superconducting Materials

ByHatsumi Mori

chapter 10|32 pages

Molecular Semiconductors for Organic Field-Effect Transistors

ByAntonio Facchetti

chapter 11|32 pages

Polymer Field-Effect Transistors

ByHenrik G.O. Sandberg

chapter 12|23 pages

Organic Molecular Light-Emitting Materials and Devices

ByFranky So, Jianmin Shi

chapter 13|27 pages

Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes

Devices and Materials
ByXiong Gong, Shu Wang

chapter 14|20 pages

Organic and Polymeric Photovoltaic Materials and Devices

BySam-Shajing Sun, Cheng Zhang

chapter 15|47 pages

Organic Molecular Nonlinear Optical Materials and Devices

ByMojca Jazbinsek, Peter Günter

chapter 16|46 pages

Polymeric Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Materials and Devices

BySei-Hum Jang, Alex K.-Y. Jen

chapter 17|59 pages

Organic and Polymeric Third-Order Nonlinear Optical Materials and Device Applications

ByJoel M. Hales, Joseph W. Perry

chapter 18|35 pages

Organic Multiphoton Absorbing Materials and Devices

ByKevin D. Belfield, Sheng Yao, Mykhailo V. Bondar

chapter 19|31 pages

Organic and Polymeric Photorefractive Materials and Devices

ByOksana Ostroverkhova

chapter 20|23 pages

Organic/Metal Interface Properties

ByYongli Gao

chapter 21|42 pages

Single-Molecule Organic Electronics and Optoelectronics

ByLing Zang, Xiaomei Yang, Tammene Naddo

chapter 22|12 pages

Introduction to Nonvolatile Organic Thin-Film Memory Devices

ByYang Yang

chapter 23|20 pages

Introduction to Organic Electrochromic Materials and Devices

ByPrasanna Chandrasekhar

chapter 24|32 pages

An Introduction to Conducting Polymer Actuators

ByGeoffrey M. Spinks, Philip G. Whitten, Gordon G. Wallace, Van-Tan Truong

chapter 25|27 pages

Organic Liquid Crystal Optoelectronic Materials and Devices

BySebastian Gauza

chapter 26|25 pages

Organic and Polymeric Photonic Band Gap Materials and Devices

ByScott Meng, Thein Kyu

chapter 27|25 pages

Introduction to Polymer Photonics for Information Technology

ByAntao Chen

chapter 28|22 pages

Organic Low-Dielectric Constant Materials for Microelectronics

ByJinghong Chen

chapter 29|21 pages

Self-Assembly of Organic Optoelectronic Materials and Devices

ByJ.R. Heflin

chapter 30|45 pages

Introduction to Organic Spintronic Materials and Devices

ByTho D. Nguyen

chapter 31|27 pages

Introduction to Organic Photo Actuator Materials and Devices

ByLingyan Zhu, Taehyung Kim, Rabih O. Al-Kaysi, Christopher J. Bardeen

chapter 32|38 pages

Introduction to Organic Thermoelectric Materials and Devices

BySuhana Mohd Said, Mohd Faizul Mohd Sabri

chapter 33|19 pages

Introduction to Computational Methods in Organic Materials

ByVladimir I. Gavrilenko