Electrical, optical, and magnetic properties of organic solid state materials III: symposium held November 27-December 1, 1995, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Alex K-Y. Jen
Materials Research Society, May 29, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 713 pages
The presentations included in this proceedings volume attest to the fact that research involving electrical, optical, and magnetic properties of organic solid-state materials continues to grow both in scope and technological importance. The book emphasizes new concepts and techniques in the development of high-technology materials, and is therefore of great relevance to both pure and applied research being conducted in academic, industrial and government laboratories. Topics include: organic light-emitting materials and devices; photonic materials and devices; magnetic properties and liquid-crystal displays; molecular engineering of organic solid-state materials; and organic conducting polymers.
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