Organic Electronics Materials and Devices by Shuichiro Ogawa

By Shuichiro Ogawa

This ebook is an introductory textual content for graduate scholars, researchers in industries, and people who are only starting to paintings on natural electronics fabrics, units and their functions. The e-book comprises commonly basic rules and theories for realizing natural electronics fabrics and units, but additionally presents information regarding cutting-edge applied sciences, purposes and destiny customers. those subject matters surround physics for natural transistors, constitution regulate applied sciences of polymer semiconductors, nanomaterials electronics, natural sun cells, natural electroluminescence, liquid semiconductors and dynamics for excitation, between others. This e-book may also help researchers which will give a contribution to society with the applied sciences and technology of natural electronics fabrics within the future.

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In the printed electronics, printing technologies that are used to produce documents or photo images on papers are used to manufacture electronic devices at ambient conditions. Particularly, it is expected that the printed electronics technology should replace the vacuum, lithography, and heat-treatment technologies that have been indispensable for the production of all the electronic devices thus far. By these replacements, massive vacuum facilities become unnecessary and/or the use of flexible plastic sheets as base plates becomes possible, allowing us to realize flexible electronic products that have lightweight, thin, and impact-resistant characteristics.

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