Photonic and Optoelectronic Polymers

Editor Kenneth J. Wynne, Samson A. Jenekhe

Oxford University Press | September 1, 1997 | Hardcover

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This collection provides a broad overview of current research and discoveries in photonic and optoelectronic polymers. It looks at their promising applications, particularly in efficient, reliable, and low-cost technologies for storing, processing, transmitting, and displaying information. Among the main topics covered are polymers for digital and holographic information storage; electroluminescent polymers for light sources; high-speed transmission, high-power amplification, and high-speed modulation of optical signals in polymer waveguides and gradient-index fibers; self-assembly and nano-structure control for efficient photoelectronic and photonic properties; and thin-film transistors from organic semiconductors.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 580 pages, 6.18 × 9.09 × 1.3 in

Published: September 1, 1997

Publisher: Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0841235198

ISBN - 13: 9780841235199

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Photonic and Optoelectronic Polymers

Editor Kenneth J. Wynne, Samson A. Jenekhe

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 580 pages, 6.18 × 9.09 × 1.3 in

Published: September 1, 1997

Publisher: Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0841235198

ISBN - 13: 9780841235199

Table of Contents

Preface Waveguiding, Linear Optical Effects, and Applications 1. Fuming Li, et al.: Linear Optical Anisotropy in Aromatic Polyimide Films and Its Applications in Negative Birefringent Compensators of Liquid Crystal Displays 2. Shuichi Iwata, et al.: Transparent Zero-Birefringence Polymers 3. Toshikuni Kaino, et al.: Development of Polymer Optical Waveguides for Photonic Device Applications 4. Takeyuki Kobayashi, et al.: High-Power Polymer Optical Fiber Amplifiers in the Visible Region 5. Eisuke Nihei, T. Ishigure, and Yasuhiro Koike: Optimization of Modal and Material Dispersions in High-Bandwidth Graded-Index Polymer Optical Fiber 6. W.C. Chen, et al.: Preparation and Characterization of Gradient-Index Polymer Fibers 7. Patricia R.H. Bertolucci and Julie P. Harmon: Dipole-Dipole Interactions in Controlled-Refractive-Index Polymers Nonlinear Optical Properties and Applications 8. R.D. Miller, et al.: High-Temperature Nonlinear Optical Chromophores and Polymers 9. Doug Yu, et al.: Highly Stable Copolyimides for Second-Order Nonlinear Optics 10. Geoffrey A. Lindsay, et al.: Accordion Polymers for Nonlinear Optical Applications 11. Naoto Tsutsumi, Osamu Matsumoto, and Wataru Sakai: Novel Nonlinear Optical Polymers 12. Ivan J. Goldfarb and Hongtu Feng: Thermal Stability of Nonlinear Optical Chromophores 13. Hichiro Nakanishi and Hitoshi Kasai: Polydiacetylene Microcrystals for Third-Order Nonlinear Optics 14. M.P. Carreon, et al.: Third-Order Nonlinear Susceptibility of Polydiace
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This collection provides a broad overview of current research and discoveries in photonic and optoelectronic polymers. It looks at their promising applications, particularly in efficient, reliable, and low-cost technologies for storing, processing, transmitting, and displaying information. Among the main topics covered are polymers for digital and holographic information storage; electroluminescent polymers for light sources; high-speed transmission, high-power amplification, and high-speed modulation of optical signals in polymer waveguides and gradient-index fibers; self-assembly and nano-structure control for efficient photoelectronic and photonic properties; and thin-film transistors from organic semiconductors.

About the Author

Samson A. Jenekhe is at University of Rochester. Kenneth J. Wynne is at Office of Naval Research.