The Handbook of Electroluminescent Materials

The Handbook of Electroluminescent Materials

by D. R. Vij
     
 

An electroluminescent (EL) material is one that emits electromagnetic (EM) radiation in the visible or near visible range when an electric field is applied to it. EL materials have a vast array of applications in the illumination and displays industries, from cheap and energy efficient lighting to large high resolution flat panel displays.

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Overview

An electroluminescent (EL) material is one that emits electromagnetic (EM) radiation in the visible or near visible range when an electric field is applied to it. EL materials have a vast array of applications in the illumination and displays industries, from cheap and energy efficient lighting to large high resolution flat panel displays.

The Handbook of Electroluminescent Materials begins with a chapter that outlines the basic physical principles of electroluminescence. The following chapters review in detail the preparation methods, physicochemical structures, characterization, and applications of all classes of EL materials, ranging from the traditional materials already in common usage to the more exotic materials, such as GaN and organics. The final chapter compares and contrasts these different materials in various application contexts.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780750309233
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
02/01/2004
Series:
Series in Optics and Optoelectronics Series
Pages:
646
Product dimensions:
6.30(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

Principles of EL.
II-VI group materials.
III-V group materials.
IV group materials.
Organic materials.
Flourides.
High-Tc superconductors.

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