By Georges Hadziioannou, George G. Malliaras
Semiconducting Polymers Chemistry, Physics and Engineering Edited by means of G. Hadziioannou and P. F. van Hutten the sector of semiconducting polymers has attracted many researchers from a variety of disciplines. whereas, at the one hand, many of the foreseen purposes are already being learned in business items these days, there's, nevertheless, nonetheless a poor wisdom of the elemental phenomena. lots of our insights derive from the pioneering experiences of engaging in polymers within the 1980's. while conjugated polymers of their carrying out (doped) shape have obvious restricted sensible use up to now, the possibility of semiconducting polymers appears huge, immense. For the latter, the processibility standards for equipment fabrication will be extra simply met. This booklet describes a number of the techniques taken by way of well-liked researchers within the fields of artificial chemistry, physial chemistry, engineering, computational chemistry, theoretical physics, and utilized physics to appreciate and regulate the homes of those attention-grabbing molecular fabrics.
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Semiconducting Polymers: Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering by Georges Hadziioannou, George G. Malliaras