2 edition of Advances in light emitting materials found in the catalog.
Advances in light emitting materials
Includes bibliographic references and index.
|Statement||edited by Bo Monemar, Martin Kittler, Hermann Grimmeiss.|
|Series||Materials science forum -- v. 590, Materials science forum -- v. 590.|
|Contributions||Monemar, B. 1942-, Kittler, Martin., Grimmeiss, H. G.|
|LC Classifications||TK7871.89.L53 A34 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||2009417139|
Advances in Materials is an Open Access journal accessible for free on the Internet. With Open Access, Science Publishing Group allows us to distribute knowledge more widely and at a lower cost than was previously possible. This book analyzes and evaluates the growing field of light-emitting nanoprobes as contrast agents for in vivo imaging and is a comprehensive resource that critically analyzes the state of the art in an interdisciplinary manner, with a special focus on the shift of emission wavelengths into the near-infrared (NIR) spectral region (ranging from to 2 microns), which .
Recent Advances in Flexible Inorganic Light Emitting Diodes: From Materials Design to Integrated Optoelectronic Platforms. Advanced Optical Materials , 7 (2), DOI: /adomCited by: The book reviews the synthesis, properties, and device performance of electroluminescent materials used in OLEDs and reflects on the current state of molecular design, exemplifying more than light-emitting polymers and highlighting the most efficient materials and devices.
The broad vision of this book is to offer book lovers a comprehensive appraisal of topics in the global advancements of experimental facts, instrumentation, and practical applications of LED and OLED materials and their applications. The prime feature of this book is connected with LED and OLED materials approaches of fabrication, optimization limits, and their extensive technical Author: Jagannathan Thirumalai. Atomically thin molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) has been extensively investigated in semiconductor electronics but has not been applied in a backplane circuitry of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display. Its applicability as an active drive element is hampered by the large contact resistance at the metal/MoS2 interface, which hinders the transport of carriers at Cited by:
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The organic light-emitting device (OLED), which exploits OEL emission from organic semiconducting thin films (with thicknesses of less than a few hundred nanometers), sandwiched between electrodes, has attracted keen interest in its application to flat-panel displays, due to its high luminous efficiency, low driving voltage, tunable colors as well as a convenient device Author: Youngkyoo Kim.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters BCI (WoS).This special-topic volume‚ Advances in Light-Emitting Materials’, makes an important contribution to the field of silicon and III-nitride semiconductors.
It begins with a brief history of visible-light emitting diodes. However, silicon is currently expanding from micro-electronics and into photonics.
Organic electroluminescence (OEL) is the phenomenon of electrically-driven emission of light from organic materials; including both fluorescent and phosphorescent organic solids. Get this from a library. Advances in light emitting materials: special topic volume with invited papers only.
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This chapter introduces recent advances in materials for light-emitting diodes (LEDs) based on small-molecule devices, including (1) transparent electrode materials, especially indium tin Advances in light emitting materials book (ITO)-free anodes; (2) electron-injection materials and new electrode modification methods; (3) charge-transporting organic semiconductors (OSCs).
Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices, Second Edition offers a comprehensive overview of the OLED field and can serve as a primary reference for those needing additional information in any particular subarea of organic electroluminescence.
This book should attract the attention of materials scientists, synthetic chemists, solid-state. Purchase Advanced Nanomaterials for Solar Cells and Light Emitting Diodes - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Principles and Applications of Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs)explores the ways in which the development of organic semiconductor materials is opening up new applications in electronic and optoelectronic luminescent devices.
The book begins by covering the principles of luminescence and the luminescent properties of organic semiconductors. A lateral wavelength-scale microstructure in the form of a corrugation is integrated into the light-emitting layer and used to control the lateral modes (those parallel to the light-emitting layer) of the structure.
Both photoluminescence and electroluminescence efficiencies can be enhanced in poly [2-Methoxy This book presents the recent achievements towards the next generation of Light-emitting electrochemical cells (LEC). Its first part focus on the definition, history and mechanism of LEC, going then to concepts and challenges and, finally, giving the reader examples of current application of new electroluminescent materials.
Organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) are at the cusp of becoming the dominant technology for the mobile device and display markets. This is largely due to the concerted efforts over the past thirty years to improve the material design, beginning with the first demonstrated viability of this technology in by Tang and VanSlyke.
Emitters in particular have undergone an Cited by: 1. Recent Advances in White Organic Light-emitting Materials and Devices (WOLEDs) Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Advanced Materials 22(5). Since the birth of light‐emitting electrochemical cells (LECs) inwhite LECs (WLECs) still represent a milestone.
To date, over 50 contributions have been reported, presenting record WLECs with brightness of up to 10 cd m −2, efficiencies of >10 cd A −1, and excellent color rendering index >90 in different is achieved following three main strategies Author: Elisa Fresta, Elisa Fresta, Rubén D.
Costa. The final chapter gives a very useful summary of the patent positions of the key companies that are involved in the development of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) materials. In conclusion, this book is a very useful and up-to-date collection that reveals the state of the art in OLED materials, devices, and : Hardcover.
Recent advances in organic light-emitting diodes: toward smart lighting and displays Shi-Jie Zou, † a Yang Shen, † a Feng-Ming Xie, † a Jing-De Chen.
Introduction. Luminescence is the emission of light that does not cause energy loss from the temperature of the emitting material. The emission of light occurs because of an excitation in the material and has different forms like photoluminescence, electroluminescence, thermoluminescence, : S.H.
Mousavi, S.A. Jafari Mohammdi, H. Haratizadeh, P.W. deOliveira. Recent advances in materials for organic light emitting diodes is a Thematic Issue edited by Eli Zysman-Colman in the Open Access Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry.
This article covers the last advances in light‐emitting diodes based on biological materials, including inorganic and organic light‐emitting diodes and light‐emitting electrochemical cells.
Herein, a Cited by: For the development of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and their application in the display and lighting fields, efficiency, stability and cost are the most important factors to be considered.
In particular, the performance of blue materials is a key factor that. Light-emitting devices (LEDs) have been evolving as the dominant light source in mobile phones, displays, automobiles, and now also general lighting. The availability of devices emitting not only in the full visible color range including white, but also in ultraviolet and infrared, enables a variety of exciting applications.
The 1st edition of the book “Light-Emitting Diodes” was published in The 2nd edition was published in The current 3rd edition of the book, a substantial expansion of the second edition, has 37 Chapters and includes a thorough discussion of white light-emitting diodes (LEDs), phosphor materials used in white LEDs, an expanded discussion of the .Summary.
Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices provides a single source of information covering all aspects of OLEDs, including the systematic investigation of organic light-emitting materials, device physics and engineering, and manufacturing and performance measurement Second Edition is a compilation of the advances made in recent years and of .