Studies of Materials and Interfaces for Organic Electronics

Organic electronics is a rapidly evolving field with large number of applications having high possibility of commercial success. Even though a great progress has been created, many organic electronic applications: organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), organic field effect transistors (OFETs), organic solar cells, etc; still require further optimisation to satisfy the requirements for successful commercialization. For most applications, on offer at this time organic materials don’t provide satisfactory performance and stability, which hinders the possibility of a large-scale production. Therefore, the crucial ingredient required for a successful improvement in performance and stability of organic electronic devices is in-depth knowledge of physical and chemical properties of molecular and polymeric materials…

Contents: Studies of Materials and Interfaces for Organic Electronics

1. Introduction
2. Organic materials
2.1 Background
2.2 The electronic structure of some conjugated polymers
2.3 Charge carriers: solitons, polarons, bipolarons
2.4 Doping of organic materials
2.5 Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) – PEDOT
3. Interfaces in organic electronics
3.1 An example of organic electronic device:
organic light-emitting diode (OLED)
3.2 Operational principles of OLEDs
3.3 The role of interfaces for charge injection
4. Quantum chemical calculations
5. Experimental technique
5.1 Background information
5.2 The theory of photoelectron emission
5.3 XPS – core level spectroscopy
5.4 UPS – spectroscopy of valence levels
5.5 The reference level
6. Experimental Equipment…

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