Electrical and Related Properties of Organic Solids by R.W. MunnElectrical and Related Properties of Organic Solids by R.W. Munn

Electrical and Related Properties of Organic Solids

byR.W. MunnEditorAndrzej Miniewicz, Bogdan Kuchta

Paperback | November 5, 2012

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Organic solids exhibit a wide range of electrical and related properties. They occur as crystals, glasses, polymers and thin films; they may be insulators, semiconductors, conductors or superconductors; and they may show luminescence, nonlinear optical response, and complex dynamical behaviour. The book provides a broad survey of this area, written by international experts, one third being drawn from Eastern Europe. Electrical, optical, spectroscopic and structural aspects are all treated in a way that gives an excellent introduction to current themes in this highly interdisciplinary and practically important area. The coverage is especially strong in the areas where electrical and optical properties overlap, such as photoconductivity, electroluminescence, electroabsorption, electro-optics and photorefraction.
Title:Electrical and Related Properties of Organic SolidsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:450 pagesPublished:November 5, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:940106444X

ISBN - 13:9789401064446

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Table of Contents

Preface. Some Applications of Organic Conductors; M. Kryszewski. Hole Transport in Triphenylmethane Doped Polymers; P.M. Borsenberger. Photoconductivity of Polymers: Influence of the Photoinduced Charge Transfer; S. Nespurek, M. Mensik. Intermediate Excited States in Photoconductivity and Luminescence of PPV: Study by Spin-Dependent Techniques; E.L. Frankevich. Electroluminescence in Polymeric Systems with Defined Chemical and Morphological Structure; D. Neher, et al. Theoretical Characterization of Electroluminescence in Semiconducting Conjugated Polymers and Oligomers; J.-L. Brédas. Calculation of Charge-Transfer States in Molecular Crystals; R.W. Munn. Charge Carriers as Electronic and Molecular Polarons in Organic Crystals: Formation and Transfer Processes; E.A. Silinsh. Molecular Electronic Relaxation in Organic Solids; N. Sato. Electron Processes in Organic Electroluminescence; J. Kalinowski. Time-Resolved Fluorescence Quenching and Carrier Generation in Titanyl Phthalocyanine (TiOPc); Z.D. Popovic, et al. Gallium Phthalocyanine Thin Films Studied by Electroabsorption; K. Yamasaki, M. Kotani. Three Component Organic Semiconductors, Conductors and Superconductors; H. Inkokuchi, K. Imaeda. Conductivity of the ET Polyiodiles Crystalline Networks Transformed Into Superconducting Phase; J. Ulanski, et al. Electron Donor-Acceptor Interactions of C60 with Tetraphenylphosphonium and Tetraphenylarsonium Halides; A. Graja, et al. Novel Organic Crystals for Nonlinear and Electro-Optics; C. Bosshard, et al. Heterocyclic Squaraines: Second-Harmonic Generation from Langmuir-Blodgett Films of a Centrosymmetric Donor-Acceptor-Donor Molecule; G.J. Ashwell, P. Leeson. Photorefractive Polymers for Digital Holographic Optical Storage; D.M. Burland.Dye-Doped Liquid Crystal for Real-Time Holograph; A. Miniewicz, et al. Nonlinear Spectroscopy in Conjugated Molecules; S. Delysse, et al. Fluorescence Microscopy of Single Molecules: Temperature Dependence of Linewidths; T. Irngartner, et al. Proton Tunnelling in Molecular Crystals: Translational Tunnelling Along Hydrogen Bonds and Rotational Tunnelling of Methyl Groups as Studied by Optical Spectroscopy, NMR, and Neutron Scattering; H.P. Trommsdorff, et al. Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Condensed Molecular Systems; M. Sprik. Electron-Proton Co-Operation in 1-D Metallic States; T. Mitani, H. Kitagawa. The Influence of Electronic Changes on Structural Phase Transformations in Solid Iodine Under Pressure; B. Kuchta, et al. Theory of Optical Switching in a Model Based on Electron Transfer in H2+; E. Canel. Langmuir-Blodgett Films of Archaeal Lipids: Properties and Perspectives; S. Dante, et al. Index.