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Semiconducting Polymers : Applications, Properties, and Synthesis - Bing R. Hsieh

Semiconducting Polymers

Applications, Properties, and Synthesis

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Published: 16th September 1999
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Once thought to be a likely replacement for copper wires, electronic conductive polymers are beginning to find applications in a variety of electronic devices. Applications under development include plastic displays, transistors, photodiodes, plastic fuel cells, light-emitting printable plastic inks, and chemical and biological sensors. This book examines the most recent developments in electronic conductive polymers and includes work from many of the leaders in the field. A comprehensive volume, it covers properties, applications, synthesis, processing and device fabrication for semiconducting polymers. It includes a number of chapters on ionic and carbon-filled conductive polymers with important industrial uses. It concludes with a look at future developments and suggestions for future research.

"Consists of papers presented at a March 1998 symposium, plus several invited review papers, on filled polymers and ionically conducting polymers, conducting polymers, charge transfer polymers, and polymer LEDs. Papers are in sections on properties, device applications, and synthesis and fabrication. Specific topics include ion migration effects in the degradation of polymeric electroluminescent devices, electroconducting fibers, water-conducting ionically conductive polymers, and vapor phase molecular epitaxy via self-assembly reactions. The editors are affiliated with Xerox Corporation and Drexel University."--SciTech Book News "Consists of papers presented at a March 1998 symposium, plus several invited review papers, on filled polymers and ionically conducting polymers, conducting polymers, charge transfer polymers, and polymer LEDs. Papers are in sections on properties, device applications, and synthesis and fabrication. Specific topics include ion migration effects in the degradation of polymeric electroluminescent devices, electroconducting fibers, water-conducting ionically conductive polymers, and vapor phase molecular epitaxy via self-assembly reactions. The editors are affiliated with Xerox Corporation and Drexel University."--SciTech Book News "Consists of papers presented at a March 1998 symposium, plus several invited review papers, on filled polymers and ionically conducting polymers, conducting polymers, charge transfer polymers, and polymer LEDs. Papers are in sections on properties, device applications, and synthesis and fabrication. Specific topics include ion migration effects in the degradation of polymeric electroluminescent devices, electroconducting fibers, water-conducting ionically conductive polymers, and vapor phase molecular epitaxy via self-assembly reactions. The editors are affiliated with Xerox Corporation and Drexel University."--SciTech Book News "Consists of papers presented at a March 1998 symposium, plus several invited review papers, on filled polymers and ionically conducting polymers, conducting polymers, charge transfer polymers, and polymer LEDs. Papers are in sections on properties, device applications, and synthesis and fabrication. Specific topics include ion migration effects in the degradation of polymeric electroluminescent devices, electroconducting fibers, water-conducting ionically conductive polymers, and vapor phase molecular epitaxy via self-assembly reactions. The editors are affiliated with Xerox Corporation and Drexel University."--SciTech Book News "Consists of papers presented at a March 1998 symposium, plus several invited review papers, on filled polymers and ionically conducting polymers, conducting polymers, charge transfer polymers, and polymer LEDs. Papers are in sections on properties, device applications, and synthesis andfabrication. Specific topics include ion migration effects in the degradation of polymeric electroluminescent devices, electroconducting fibers, water-conducting ionically conductive polymers, and vapor phase molecular epitaxy via self-assembly reactions. The editors are affiliated with XeroxCorporation and Drexel University."--SciTech Book News

Prefacep. xi
Electroplastics for Plastic Electronicsp. 1
Properties
Imaging and Electrical Resistivity Measurements of Disordered Carbon--Black--Polymer Compositesp. 8
The Effect of Dopant Counter Ion on the Conductivity and Morphology of Polyaniline--Nylon Blendsp. 30
Dependence of Electrical and Optical Properties on the Morphology and Microstructure of Polyanilinep. 48
Electrospectroscopic Studies on Polyimides and Their Model Compounds Containing Trianiline Segmentsp. 61
Conducting, Waterborne Lignosulfonic Acid-Doped Polyanilinep. 76
Direct Evaluation of Injection Efficiency from Metals into Trap-Free Small-Molecule-Based Transport Layers: Probing the Details of Interface Formationp. 88
Interface Control of Polymer- and Oligomer-Based Light-Emitting Devicesp. 119
Polymer--Metal Interfaces and the P-I-N Structure of the Polymer Light-Emitting Diodep. 134
Ion Migration Effects in the Degradation of Polymeric Electroluminescent Devicesp. 144
Conjugated Polymer Blends as Emitting Layer for White Light LEDp. 163
Applications
Polyanilines: Progress in Processing and Applicationsp. 174
Doped Polymer Light-Emitting Devices and Sensors for Volatile Organic Compoundsp. 184
Electroconducting Fibersp. 216
Organic and Polymeric Materials for the Fabrication of Thin Film Field-Effect Transistorsp. 244
New Photoluminescent Display Devicesp. 258
Thermally Stable Intrinsically Conductive Polymer--Carbon Black Composites as New Additives for Plasticsp. 270
Review of Poly(bis(dialkylamino)phenylene vinylene)s as Corrosion-Inhibiting Materialsp. 280
Water-Containing Ionically Conductive Polymersp. 293
Synthesis and Fabrication
Construction of Oriented and Patterned Conjugated Polymersp. 306
Tuning the Extent of Conjugation in Processable Polythiophenes Through Control of Side Chain Density and Regioregularityp. 347
Lowering the Band Gap of Ethylenedioxythiophene Polymers: Cyanovinylene-Linked Biheterocyclesp. 367
Silylene-Tethered Divinylarene Copolymers: A New Class of Electroluminescent Polymerp. 374
Electroactive Aniline Oligomers of Well-Defined Structures and Their Polymeric Derivativesp. 384
Vapor Phase Molecular Epitaxy via Self-Assembly Reactionsp. 399
Multilayer Growth, Optical Properties and Film Uniformity of Zinc--Bisquinoline Assembliesp. 420
The Construction of Circuitry Using Spatially Coupled Bipolar Electrochemistryp. 429
Indexes
Author Indexp. 441
Subject Indexp. 445
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ISBN: 9780841236127
ISBN-10: 0841236127
Series: ACS Symposium Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 16th September 1999
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.7
Weight (kg): 0.8