By Quan Li
This publication makes a speciality of the intriguing subject on self-organized natural semiconductors – from fabrics to equipment functions. It bargains updated and obtainable insurance of self-organized semiconductors for natural chemistry, polymer technological know-how, liquid crystals, fabrics technological know-how, fabric engineering, electric engineering, chemical engineering, optics, optic-electronics, nanotechnology and semiconductors. Chapters disguise chemistry, physics, processing, and characterization. The functions contain photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and transistors.Content:
Chapter 1 Crystal Engineering natural Semiconductors (pages 1–19): Joseph C. Sumrak, Anatoliy N. Sokolov and Leonard R. Macgillivray
Chapter 2 Conjugated Block Copolymers and Cooligomers (pages 21–38): Yongye Liang and Luping Yu
Chapter three Charge?Carrier shipping and Its Modeling in Liquid Crystals (pages 39–81): Jun?Ichi Hanna and Akira Ohno
Chapter four Self?Organized Discotic Liquid Crystals as Novel natural Semiconductors (pages 83–129): Manoj Mathews and Quan Li
Chapter five Self?Organized Semiconducting Smectic Liquid Crystals (pages 131–163): Ji Ma and Quan Li
Chapter 6 Self?Assembling of Carbon Nanotubes (pages 165–193): Liming Dai
Chapter 7 Self?Organized Fullerene?Based natural Semiconductors (pages 195–224): Li?Mei Jin and Quan Li
Chapter eight High?Efficiency natural sun Cells utilizing Self?Organized fabrics (pages 225–266): Paul A. Lane
Chapter nine Selective Molecular meeting for Bottom?Up Fabrication of natural Thin?Film Transistors (pages 267–288): Takeo Minari, Masataka Kano and Kazuhito Tsukagoshi
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