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Organic Electronics for Electrochromic Materials and Devices

Meng, Hong

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1. Auflage April 2021
528 Seiten, Hardcover
400 Abbildungen (200 Farbabbildungen)
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ISBN: 978-3-527-34871-8
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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INTRODUCTION OF ORGANIC ELECTROCHROMISM
General Introduction
History of Electrochromism
The Key Parameters of Electrochromism
Conclusion

ADVANCES IN POLYMER ELECTROLYTES FOR ELECTROCHROMIC APPLICATION
Introduction
Requirements of Polymer Electrolytes in Electrochromic Applications
Types of Polymer Electrolytes
Conclusions

ELECTROCHROMIC SMALL MOLECULES
Background of Small Molecule Electrochromic
Technology Development of CP
Violene-cyanine Hybrids(AIE PL OEC)
Terephthalate Derivatives(Multi-color OEC)
Isophthalate Derivatives
Methyl Ketone Derivatives
Diphenylacetylenes
Fluoran Dye Derivatives
pH-Responsive Molecules Derivatives
TPA Dye Derivatives
Hydrocarbon Derivatives-NIR-OEC

VIOLOGEN EC
The Introduction of OEC and Viologen
Different Structures of Amethyst Electrochromic Materials
Viologen Electrochromic Device
Companies Operating in the Field of Viologen Electrochromism
Conclusions

PRUSSIAN BLUE AND METALLOHEXACYANATES
Background
Technology Development of PB
Crystal structure
Electrochromic Mechanism
Synthesis
Assembled Electrochromic Devices (ECDs)
Nanocompsites
PB analogues
Electrochromic & Multi-applications

CONJUGATED ELECTROCHROMIC POLYMERS
Introduction
Poly(thiophene)-Based Conjugated Electrochromic Polymers
Poly(pyrrole)-Based Conjugated Electrochromic Polymers
Polycarbazole-Based Conjugated Electrochromic Polymers

TPA-PI/PA BASED CONJUGATED/NON-CONJUGATED ELECTROCHROMIC POLYMERS
Introduction
Development of TA-based Electrochromic Polyimides and Polyamides
Conclusions

METALLO-SUPERMOLECULAR POLYMERS
Introduction
Single Metallic System
Hetero-Metallic System.
The Fabrication Method of Metallopolymer film
Conclusion

METAL ORGANIC FRAMEWORK (MOFS) / COVALENT ORGANIC FRAMEWORK (COFS) BASED EC
Introduction
Current Studies in EC MOFs
Current studies in EC COFs
Conclusion and Prospect

NANOSTRUCTURED ELECTROCHROMIC MATERIALS
Introduction
Current Studies of Nanostructure in Electrochromism
Conclusion and Prospect

METAL ORGANIC FRAMEWORK (MOF) BASED EC
Introduction
Current studies in EC MOFs
Conclusion and Prospect

ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINOCHROMIC MATERIALS
Introduction
Conventional Mechanisms of Electroluminochromism
Electroluminochromic Performance Parameters
Classical Materials
Future Perspectives and Conclusion

ORGANIC PHOTOELECTROCHROMIC DEVICES
Introduction
Structure Design of PECDs
Future Perspectives and Conclusion

APPLICATION OF OEC DEVICES
Smart Window
Dimmable Rearview Mirror
Sensors
The Application of Electrochromic Device in Display

COMMERCIALIZED OEC MATERIALS AND RELATED ANALYSIS OF COMPANY PATENTS
General Introduction
Gentex Corporation
Ricoh Company, Ltd
Canon Inc.
BOE Technology Group Co., Ltd. and OPPO Guangdong Mobile Communications Co., Ltd.
Other Important Enterprises
Conclusion

MAIN CHALLENGES FOR THE COMMERCIALIZATION OF OEC
The Long-term Stability of OEC Materials
The Mechanical Stability of OEC Devices (Encapsulation Technology)
Large-Area Process Technology: Spray Coating and Roll-to-Roll Processes
Conclusions and Perspective
Prof. Hong Meng received his Ph.D. from University of California Los Angeles in 2002. He has been working in the field of organic electronics for more than 20 years. His career experiences including working in the Institute of Materials Science and Engineering at Singapore, Lucent Technologies Bell Labs, DuPont Experimental Station. In 2014, he moved to School of Advanced Materials Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School. He has contributed over 120 peer-reviewed papers (citation: 6000) in chemistry and materials science fields, filed over 46 US patents, 50 Chinese patents.