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Organic Electronics II
More Materials and Applications

1. Auflage Januar 2012
142,- Euro
2012. XX, 420 Seiten, Hardcover
223 Abb. (34 Farbabb.), 4 Tab. 
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ISBN 978-3-527-32647-1 - Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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Bringing together experts from academia and industry, the author offers a joint perspective on latest developments. This edition retains the proven concept, while adding new content, and shows readers how to fabricate working devices and turn them into commercial products.

Aus dem Inhalt
PrefacePART I: MaterialsORGANIC SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS FOR TRANSISTORSGeneral ConsiderationsMaterials Properties of Organic SemiconductorsSmall Molecule SemiconductorsPolymer SemiconductorsSemiconductor BlendsDevice Physics and ArchitectureSummaryCHARACTERIZATION OF ORDER AND ORIENTATION IN SEMICONDUCTING POLYMERSIntroductionX-Ray DiffractionNear-Edge X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure (NEXAFS) SpectroscopyCHARGE TRANSPORT THEORIES IN ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORSIntroductionWell-Ordered Systems: Organic Single CrystalsDisordered MaterialsConclusionsSILYLETHYNE-SUBSTITUTED ACENES AND HETEROACENESIntroductionSilylethyne-Substituted PentacenesCrystal PackingHeteroacenesSilylethynyl Heteroacene-Based PolymersSilylethynyl Heteroacene-Based PhotovoltaicsConclusionCONJUGATED SEMICONDUCTORS FOR ORGANIC n-CHANNEL TRANSISTORS AND COMPLEMENTARY CIRCUITSIntroductionBasics of Field-Effect Transistors and Complementary CircuitsMaterial Design and Needs for n-Channel OTFTsn-Channel Semiconductors for OTFTsConclusions and OutlookLOW-VOLTAGE ELECTROLYTE-GATED OTFTs AND THEIR APPLICATIONSOverviewIntroduction to Electrolyte-Gated Organic TransistorsApplications of Electrolyte-Gated Organic TransistorsConclusions and OutlookPART II: ManufacturingPRINTING TECHNIQUES FOR THIN-FILM ELECTRONICSThe Motivation for Printing of Thin-Film Electronic DevicesRequirements for Printing Techniques for Electronic FabricationA Survey of Printing Techniques for Printed ElectronicsPattern Formation During PrintingPrinted Device ConsiderationsPICOLITER AND SUBFEMTOLITER INK-JET TECHNOLOGIES FOR ORGANIC TRANSISITORSIntroductionSilver Nanoparticle InkInk-Jet Technologies with Pico- and Subfemtoliter AccuraciesManufacturing Processes and Electrical Characteristics of Organic TransisitorsDiscussion and Future Prospects of Large-Area Printed ElectronicsINK-JET PRINTING OF DOWNSCALED ORGANIC ELECTRONICS DEVICESIntroductionInk-Jet Printing: Technologies, Tools, and MaterialsHigh-Resolution Printing of Highly Conductive ElectrodesPrinting of Downscaled Organic Thin Film TransistorsConclusions and OutlookINTERPLAY BETWEEN PROCESSING, STRUCTURE, AND ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES IN SOLUBLE SMALL-MOLECULE ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTORSIntroductionTransport Limits in Crystalline SemiconductorsStructure-Processing-Properties Relationship in Small-Molecule Organic Thin-Film TransistorsAdvanced Film ProcessingSummaryPART III: ApplicationsLIGHT-EMITTING ORGANIC TRANSISTORSIntroductionUnipolar Light-Emitting FETsAmbipolar Light-Emitting FETsOther Field-Effect-Based Light-Emitting DevicesConclusionsDESIGN METHODOLOGIES FOR ORGANIC RFID TAGS AND SENSOR READOUT ON FOILIntroductionOrganic RFID TagsTransistor-Level Design with Organic TransistorsConclusions



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