Self-Organized Organic Semiconductors by Quan Li
From Materials to Device Applications

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This book focuses on the exciting topic on self-organized organic semiconductors – from materials to device applications. It offers up-to-date and accessible coverage of self-organized semiconductors for organic chemistry, polymer science, liquid crystals, materials science, material engineering, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, optics, optic-electronics, nanotechnology and semiconductors. Chapters cover chemistry, physics, processing, and characterization. The applications include photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and transistors.
 

About Quan Li

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Quan Li, PhD, is Director of Organic Synthesis and Advanced Materials Laboratory at the Liquid Crystal Institute and Adjunct Professor in the Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program of Kent State University, where he has directed research projects supported by the National Science Foundation and other U.S. government agencies and several companies. He received his PhD in organic chemistry from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai, where he was promoted to a Full Professor of Organic Chemistry and MedicinalChemistry in 1998.
 
Published June 28, 2011 by Wiley. 320 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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