1. Eu(III)-based materials for OLEDs
2. Other visible lanthanide emitters (e.g., Tm(III), Tb(III)) for OLEDs)
3. NIR emitters for OLEDs
4. Emerging field of Ln(III) chiral and spin OLEDs
5. Ln(III)-based SIMs
6. Ln(III)-transition metal SIMs
7. Ln(III)-doped nanophotonic waveguides
8. Ln(III)-doped up-conversion nanocrystals
9. Lanthanide nanoparticles as bio-probes
10 Mixed lanthanide oxide nanoparticles as dual imaging agents
11. Lanthanide nanoparticle-based theranostic agents
12. Lanthanide nanomaterials as chemosensors
Applications of Nanomaterials
Lanthanide-Based Multifunctional Materials serves as a comprehensive and state-of the art review on Ln3+ -based nanomaterials. The book aims to deliver a panorama of the latest progress on lanthanide(III)-based multifunctional materials.
A portion of the book is devoted to the photoluminescent and electroluminescent properties of Ln(III) complexes, with special emphasis on Eu(III) and Tb(III) complexes and their use in OLEDs applications. The device construction and operating principles will be briefly covered, and the strategies to increase the devices performance will be explained and reviewed. The new field of chiral OLEDs will be discussed and the first achievements thoroughly described.
Lanthanide complexes and their molecular magnet application is addressed, including explanation of how to increase the energy barrier to make the spin inversion impossible so that a single molecule can store a bit of information, and reporting the most recent advances in spin reading and manipulation.
Finally the book reviews the bio-applications of lanthanide complexes, such as bioprobes, dual-imaging agents and theranostic agents.
- Includes the latest on lanthanide complexes and OLED applications, addressing device construction, performance improvement, and chiral OLEDs
- Provides information on molecular magnet applications including most recent advances in spin reading and manipulation
- Reviews bio-applications of lanthanide complexes, particularly spectroscopic
Materials Science, Applied Physics and Applied Chemistry scientists and researchers, academia and industry
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- © Elsevier 2018
- 1st June 2018
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Dr. Martin-Ramos is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in the Universidad de Zaragoza. His primary research interests include lanthanide-based LCMDs and their applications in OLED technology and fiber optic communications.
Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
Dr. Ramos-Silva is a Professor at the Physics Department of the University of Coimbra Condensed Matter Physics.
Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal