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Title Organic light-emitting devices [electronic resource] : a survey / editor, Joseph Shinar.

Published New York : Springer, ò004.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xvi, 309 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents From the Contents: Introduction to Organic Light Emitting Devices -- Molecular LED: Design Concept of Molecular Materials for High Performance OLED -- Chemical Degradation and Physical Aging of Al(III) 8-Hydroxyquinoline: Implications for Organic Light-Emitting Diodes and Materials Design -- Organic Microcavity Light Emitting Diodes -- Light-Emitting Diodes Based on Poly and Its Derivatives -- Polymer Morphology and Device Performance in Polymer Electronics -- Time-Resolved Electroluminescence in Spin-Cast Films and Self-Assembled Structures of Poly and its Copolymers -- Electroluminescence with Polyparaphenylenes -- Direct and Alternating Current Light-Emitting Devices Based on Pyridine-Containing Conjugated Polymers.
Summary Although it has long been possible to make organic materials emit light, it has only recently become possible to do so at the level and with the efficiency and control necessary to make the materials a useful basis for illumination in any but the most specialized uses. The early electroluminescent panels and cells provided reasonably bright light, but required high operating voltages, produced only a narrow range of colors, and had severely limited lifetimes. Recent developments, however, make it possible to manufacture organic light-emitting devices that are thin, bright, efficient, and stable and that produce a broad range of colors. This book surveys the current status of the field. It begins with an overview of the physics and chemistry of organic light emitting devices by J. Shinar and V. Savvateev. It then turns to the design of molecular materials for high performance devices (C. Adachi and T. Tsutsui) and a discussion of chemical degradation and physical aging (K. Higginson, D.L. Thomsen, B. Yang, and F. Papadimitrakopoulos). A. Dodabalanpur describes microcavity LEDs, and Y. Shi, J. Liu, and Y. Yang discuss polymer morphology and device performance. Various aspects of devices based on polyparaphenylenes are discussed in chapters by N.C. Greenham and R.H. Friend; by Chayet, Savvateeyv, Davidoff and Neumann; and by S. Tasch, W. Graupner, and G. Leising. The book concludes with a discussion of devices based on pyridine-containing conjugated polymers by Y.Z. Wang, D. Gebler, and A.J. Epstein.
Notes Description based on print version record.
Other author Shinar, Joseph.
Subject Light emitting diodes.
Polymers -- Electric properties.
Light emitting diodes.
Polymers -- Electric properties.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780387217208 (electronic bk.)
0387217207 (electronic bk.)
0387953434
9780387953434