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Editors: D.K. Aswal (Technical Physics and Engineering Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Mumbai, India) J.V. Yakhmi, Physics Group, Bhabha Atomic Research Group, India)
Book Description:
In recent times, functional “organic materials: molecular and polymers”, being lightweight, low cost and their ease of production, have made inroads into many areas of devices formerly occupied by “inorganic materials”. Molecular monolayers deposited on Si exhibiting electronic functionalities are expected to push the scaling limits of Si microelectronics down to a few nanometers. Thin films of molecular semiconductors and conducting polymers are widely being used in various devices, such as, light emitting diodes, optically pumped photodetectors, lasers, printed transistors, photorefractive applications, solar cells, biomedical application, gas sensors, etc. Recent advances show improved physical characteristics of molecular/polymer materials as active semiconductors, indicating a bright future for molecular and polymer devices. New concepts, innovative fabrication techniques and material manipulation at the nanoscale are bringing about much improved performances, indicating that organic materials will herald a new technological base with inexpensive devices in the near future. This book focuses on this theme with an attempt to provide updates on recent advances made in certain key areas of development of molecular and polymer devices.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Grafting organics on surfaces: chemical and electrochemical methods, pp.1-22
(S. Palacin, J. Charlier, G. Deniau, P. Jegou, B. Jousselme,
B. Mouanda, P. Viel)

Chapter 2: Monolayers for hybrid nanoelectronics, pp.23-84
(D.K. Aswal, S.P. Koiry and J.V. Yakhmi)

Chapter 3. Molecular switches on surfaces explored with a Scanning Tunnelling Microscope, pp.85-108
(J. Kröger, Y.F. Wang, N. Néel, R. Berndt)

Chapter 4: Morphological control of solution-processed thin films in organic electronics, pp.109-152
(E.D. Gomez, S.S. Lee, C.S. Kim, and Y.-L. Loo)

Chapter 5: OLED Applications: Displays, lighting and lasers, pp.153-198
(B. Geffroy, D. Vaufrey, S. Chenais and S. Forget)

Chapter 6: Low-voltage all-polymer transistors, pp.199-232
(N. Kaihovirta and R. Österbacka)

Chapter 7: Last advances in the photorefractive optimization of PVK-based composites, pp.233-252
(J.A. Quintana, J.M. Villalvilla, P. Boj and M.A. Díaz-García)

Chapter 8: Polymer Solar Cells: Introduction, latest advances and new directions, pp.253-290
(K. Thomas)

Chapter 9: Large scale production of efficient and stable polymer solar cells: From spin coating to roll-to-roll processing, pp.291-310
(Suren A. Gevorgyan and Frederik C. Krebs)

Chapter 10: Plasma processing of polymers for biomedical devices, pp.311-366
(Virendra Kumar, Michael Tatoulian, Farzaneh Arefi-Khonsar)

Chapter 11: Organic semiconductor films for chemiresistor sensors, pp.367-402
(Ajay Singh, A.K. Debnath, D.K. Aswal, Aditee Joshi, S. Samanta, Vibha Saxena, S.K. Gupta and J.V. Yakhmi)

Index pp.403-424

      Electrical Engineering Developments
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: pp.424
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-594-2
   Status: AV
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