Organic and Hybrid Photonic Crystals by Davide ComorettoOrganic and Hybrid Photonic Crystals by Davide Comoretto

Organic and Hybrid Photonic Crystals

byDavide Comoretto

Hardcover | September 11, 2015

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This book provides a multidisciplinary perspective (ranging from chemistry to physics and biology) of the current research and applications of organic and hybrid photonic crystals. The authors detail the chemical and physical tools used to develop organic photonic crystals, explain methods for engineering new nano-structures, and propose novel physical phenomena or technological applications based on such materials. Organic and Hybrid Photonic Crystal lasers, sensors, photovoltaic devices and stimuli responsive devices are discussed.

Davide Comoretto is a faculty member at the University of Genoa.
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Title:Organic and Hybrid Photonic CrystalsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:497 pagesPublished:September 11, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319165798

ISBN - 13:9783319165790

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Table of Contents

Photonic Crystals Theory & Experiment.- Biological Photonic Crystals.- Block co-Polymer Photonic Crystals.- Polymer Multilayer by Spin Coating.- Extruded Photonic Crystals.- Strong Coupling in Organic Micro cavities.- Nano chemistry for PhC.- Spherical Colloids Engineering.- Opal Photonic Crystals: Properties and Applications.- Two-Photon Polymerization for PhC.- Metamaterials.- Photophysics of Organic & Hybrid PhC/A periodical structures.- Plasmonic & PhC.- Technological Applications of PhC.- PhC for Photovoltaics/Porous PhC.- Chemical Aspect of PhC.- Liquid Crystals Photonic Crystals.- Colloidal Assemblies.- Sensing with Organic Photonic Crystals.- Responsive Photonic Crystals.- Energy Transfer in Hybrid PhC.- BSW Sensing.