Organic Electroluminescence - SPIE Press Monograph v. 151 (Hardback)Zakya H. Kafafi (editor)
Hardback 368 Pages / Published: 31/05/2005
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Due to its application in low voltage flat panel displays, thin film electroluminescent device research remains a very active field. This book covers the principles of organic electro luminescence as well as recent trends, current applications, and future potential. The topics include: organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) in terms of history, chemistry, and basic principles of electro luminescence; mechanisms for carrier/charge injection and transport in organic semiconductors; electron and hole recombination processes; the physical properties of OLEDs, the characterization of amorphous materials with high glass transition temperature, and the chemistry and significance of light-emitting polymers; phosphorescent and fluorescent materials, thin film transistors, and organic emissive displays, particularly pixel electronics; and summary of future directions for organic light-emitting displays and solid state lighting- overview of photoexcited organic lasers using organic thin films and photonic crystals. "Organic Electroluminescence" is an excellent resource for students, novices, and experts interested in designing and studying these materials. It has been co published by SPIE Press and CRC Press.
Publisher: SPIE Press
Number of pages: 368
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