Solution-Processable Components for Organic Electronic Devices

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Beata Luszczynska, Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Jacek Ulanski
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 16, 2019 - Technology & Engineering - 688 pages
Provides first-hand insights into advanced fabrication techniques for solution processable organic electronics materials and devices

The field of printable organic electronics has emerged as a technology which plays a major role in materials science research and development. Printable organic electronics soon compete with, and for specific applications can even outpace, conventional semiconductor devices in terms of performance, cost, and versatility. Printing techniques allow for large-scale fabrication of organic electronic components and functional devices for use as wearable electronics, health-care sensors, Internet of Things, monitoring of environment pollution and many others, yet-to-be-conceived applications. The first part of Solution-Processable Components for Organic Electronic Devices covers the synthesis of: soluble conjugated polymers; solution-processable nanoparticles of inorganic semiconductors; high-k nanoparticles by means of controlled radical polymerization; advanced blending techniques yielding novel materials with extraordinary properties. The book also discusses photogeneration of charge carriers in nanostructured bulk heterojunctions and charge carrier transport in multicomponent materials such as composites and nanocomposites as well as photovoltaic devices modelling. The second part of the book is devoted to organic electronic devices, such as field effect transistors, light emitting diodes, photovoltaics, photodiodes and electronic memory devices which can be produced by solution-based methods, including printing and roll-to-roll manufacturing.
The book provides in-depth knowledge for experienced researchers and for those entering the field. It comprises 12 chapters focused on:

? novel organic electronics components synthesis and solution-based processing techniques
? advanced analysis of mechanisms governing charge carrier generation and transport in organic semiconductors and devices
? fabrication techniques and characterization methods of organic electronic devices

Providing coverage of the state of the art of organic electronics, Solution-Processable
Components for Organic Electronic Devices is an excellent book for materials scientists, applied physicists, engineering scientists, and those working in the electronics industry.

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Synthesis of SolutionProcessable Nanoparticles of Inorganic
Synthesis of High k Nanoparticles by Controlled Radical
B Experimental Procedures Corresponding to Section 4 4
Charge Carrier Transport in Organic Semiconductor
Organic FieldEffect Transistors Based on Nanostructured
Organic Lightemitting Diodes Based on SolutionProcessable
Organic Photovoltaics Based on SolutionProcessable
SolutionProcessed Organic Photodiodes
Electronic Memory Devices Based on SolutionProcessable
Intelligent RolltoRoll Manufacturing of Organic Electronic

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Beata Łuszczyńska, PhD, is Assistant Professor at the Department of Molecular Physics at Lodz University of Technology, Poland.

Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, PhD, is J.C. Warner Professor of Natural Sciences at the Department of Chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, USA, and also Adjunct Professor at the Department of Molecular Physics at Lodz University of Technology, Poland.

Jacek Ulański, PhD, is Full Professor and Head of the Department of Molecular Physics at Lodz University of Technology, Poland.

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