Optical Properties of Materials and Their Applications
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 7, 2020 - Science - 672 pages
Provides a semi-quantitative approach to recent developments in the study of optical properties of condensed matter systems
Featuring contributions by noted experts in the field of electronic and optoelectronic materials and photonics, this book looks at the optical properties of materials as well as their physical processes and various classes. Taking a semi-quantitative approach to the subject, it presents a summary of the basic concepts, reviews recent developments in the study of optical properties of materials and offers many examples and applications.
Optical Properties of Materials and Their Applications, 2nd Edition starts by identifying the processes that should be described in detail and follows with the relevant classes of materials. In addition to featuring four new chapters on optoelectronic properties of organic semiconductors, recent advances in electroluminescence, perovskites, and ellipsometry, the book covers: optical properties of disordered condensed matter and glasses; concept of excitons; photoluminescence, photoinduced changes, and electroluminescence in noncrystalline semiconductors; and photoinduced bond breaking and volume change in chalcogenide glasses. Also included are chapters on: nonlinear optical properties of photonic glasses; kinetics of the persistent photoconductivity in crystalline III-V semiconductors; and transparent white OLEDs. In addition, readers will learn about excitonic processes in quantum wells; optoelectronic properties and applications of quantum dots; and more.
Optical Properties of Materials and Their Applications, 2nd Edition is an ideal book for senior undergraduate and postgraduate students, and teaching and research professionals in the fields of physics, chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science, and materials engineering.
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k k 1 3 Refractive Index and Dispersion
Optical Properties of Disordered Condensed Matter
Photoinduced Bond Breaking and Volume Change in Chalcogenide Glasses
Optical Properties of Glasses
Choi Wing Hong Department of Physics Hong Kong Baptist University Kowloon Tong
Excitonic Processes in Quantum Wells
Hvam Department of Photonics Engineering Technical University of Denmark
Perovskites Revisiting the Venerable ABX3 Family with Organic
Concept of Excitons
Semiconductors by QFRS Technique
Properties and Applications of Photonic Crystals
Nonlinear Optical Properties of Photonic Glasses
Optical Properties of Organic Semiconductors