An electroluminescent (EL) material is one that emits electromagnetic (EM) radiation in the visible or near visible range when an electric field is applied to it. EL materials have a vast array of applications in the illumination and displays industries, from cheap and energy efficient lighting to large high resolution flat panel displays.

part 1|218 pages

II–IV Group Materials

chapter Chapter 2|97 pages

Zinc sulphide

chapter Chapter 3|34 pages

Zinc selenide and zinc telluride

chapter Chapter 5|24 pages

Alkaline earth sulphides

chapter Chapter 6|26 pages

Zinc oxide

part 3|140 pages

IV Group Materials

chapter Chapter 10|83 pages

Silicon and porous silicon

chapter Chapter 11|35 pages

Silicon/germanium superlattices

chapter Chapter 12|20 pages

Diamond films

part 4|104 pages

Other Materials

chapter Chapter 13|50 pages

Polymeric semiconductors

chapter Chapter 14|31 pages

Liquid crystalline materials

chapter Chapter 15|21 pages

High T c oxide superconductors