Written and edited by leading scientists in the field, this applications-oriented handbook represents the first comprehensive, systematic study of electroactive oligomeric materials. Special emphasis is placed on a critical review of the literature; relevant materials and technical data are collected in tables throughout.
- materials synthesis
- structure--property relationship as a function of chain-length
- applications in optics and electronics
- oligomers as models for polymers
- the role of oligomers in tomorrow's technology?
Electronic Materials - The Oligomer Approach offers a stimulating combination of basic concepts and practical applications. It is sure to become a standard reference source that no-one working in the field can do without.
|Publisher:||Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated|
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Table of ContentsIntroduction
Hydrocarbons (G. Wegner).
Oligothiophenes (K. M?llen, G. Kl?rner).
Tetrathiafulvalenes (P. B?uerle).
Nitrogen-containing Oligomers (J. Becher, P. Mork, J. Lau).
Cofacial Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines (E.-W. Meijer, J.A.J.M. Vekemans, L. Gronendaal).
Oligomeric Metal Complexes (M. Hanack, M. Lang, S. Fiedler).
Packing Calculations (E.C. Constable).
Vibrational Spectra (M. Hentschke).
Electronic Excitation: Experimental (G. Zerbi).
Electronic Excitation: Quantum Chemical Interpretation (H. B?ssler).
Non-linear Optical Properties (J.-L. Br?das).
Electrochemical Properties (C. Bubeck).
Optical Applications (J. Heinze).
Electrical Applications (R. Friend, M. Harrison).
The Future (F. Garnier).