Conducting Organic Materials and Devices, Volume 81

1st Edition

Authors: Suresh Jain M. Willander V. Kumar
Hardcover ISBN: 9780127521909
eBook ISBN: 9780080549552
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 6th August 2007
Page Count: 198
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Table of Contents

Preface 1 Introduction 1.1 Advantages of conducting polymers 1.2 Early attempts for applications 1.3 Growth and properties 1.4 Active Devices 2 Polyacetylene 2.1 Structure, Growth, and properties 2.1.1 Structure 2.1.2 Growth and doping of Polyacetylene 2.2 Band-structure of t-PA 2.3 The solitons and the polarons 2.3.1 The solitons 2.3.2 The polarons 2.4 Transport properties 2.4.1 Mobility in selected polymers 2.4.2 Conductivity and susceptibility 3 Optical and Transport Properties 3.1 Effect of electric field on photoluminescence(PL) 3.2 The dielectric constant 3.3 Space Charge Limited Currents 3.3.1 Early work of Mott. The Poisson and continuity equations in a trap-free insulator 3.3.2 Effect of background doping 3.4 Polymers: The solids with traps 3.4.1 Poisson equation with trapped charges 3.4.2 Single level traps 3.4.3 Gaussianly distributed traps 3.5 Exponential traps 3.5.1 Calculation of J(V) 3.6 Relaxation of the approximation pt À p 3.6.1 J V curves when pt 6À p 3.6.2 Trap-filled limit 3.7 Effect of finite (non-zero) Schottky barrier 3.7.1 Importance of finite barriers 3.7.2 Theory 3.7.3 Results and discussion 3.7.4 Comparison with experiment 3.8 Combined effect 3.9 Temperature effects 3.9.1 Temperature effects in PPV-based polymers 3.9.2 Recent work 3.9.3 Temperature effects in MEH-PPV. Recent work 3.9.4 Temperature Effects in Alq3 3.10 The mobility model of charge transport 3.


Conducting polymers were discovered in 1970s in Japan. Since this discovery, there has been a steady flow of new ideas, new understanding, new conducing polymer (organics) structures and devices with enhanced performance. Several breakthroughs have been made in the design and fabrication technology of the organic devices. Almost all properties, mechanical, electrical, and optical, are important in organics. This book describes the recent advances in these organic materials and devices.


Students, researchers and engineers in material science, polymers, and semiconductors


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About the Authors

Suresh Jain Author

Affiliations and Expertise

National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India

M. Willander Author

Affiliations and Expertise

Göteborg University and Linköping University

V. Kumar Author

Affiliations and Expertise

National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India