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Handbook of Organic Conductive Molecules and Polymers, 4 Volume Set

ISBN: 978-0-471-96275-5
3334 pages
May 1997
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Conductive polymers--polymers that conduct electricity--have applications in telecommunications, electronics, materials science, chemistry and physics. The four self-contained volumes of this handbook thoroughly explore all aspects of conductive polymers including chemical and physical properties, technology and applications.

Conductive polymers--polymers that conduct electricity--have applications in telecommunications, electronics, materials science, chemistry and physics. The four self-contained volumes of this handbook thoroughly explore all aspects of conductive polymers including chemical and physical properties, technology and applications.
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Volume 1

From Electron Acceptor Molecules to Photoinduced Intramolecular Electron-Transfer Systems
N. Martin and C. Seoane

Perylene Based Conductors
M. Almeida and R. Henriques

Molecular Metals and Superconductors Based on Transition Metal Complexes
A. Kobayashi and H. Kobayashi

Conductivity and Superconductivity in Doped Fullerenes
K. Tanigaki

Photophysics, Charge Separation and Device Applications of Conjugated Polymer/Fullerene Composites
N. Sariciftci and A. Heeger

Photoconductivity in Fullerenes
A. Hamed

Electrically Conductive Metallophthalocyanines
M. Hanack and L. Subramanian

Magnetism of Stable Organic Radical Crystals
M. Kinoshita

Index

Volume 2

Polyacetylene
S. Curran, et al.

Electrically Conductive Polyacetylene Copolymers
L. Leung

Synthesis and Properties of Processable Polythiophenes
K. Kaeriyama

Molecular Conductive Materials: Polythiophenes and Oligothiophenes
S. Hotta

Polythiophene and Polypyrrole Copolymers
R. Gumbs

Polyanilines
D. Trivedi

Silicon-Containing Thiophene Oligomers and Polymers: Synthesis, Characterization and Properties
J. Sauvajol, et al.

Conductive Polymer Blends and Composites
M.-A. De Paoli

Organometallic Conductive Polymers
H. Nishihara

Self-Doped Conductive Polymers
M. Abdou and S. Holdcroft

Index

Volume 3

Crystallography of Conductive Polymers
P. van Hutten and G. Hadziioannou

Structure of Polythiophenes
E. Samuelsen and J. Mardalen

Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Conductive Polymers
E. Kang, et al.

Magnetic Properties of Conducting Polymers
K. Mizoguchi and S. Kuroda

Microwave Properties of Conductive Polymers
L. Olmedo, et al.

Electrocatalytic Properties of Conductive Polymers
C. Lamy, et al.

Thin Film Properties of Oligothiophenes
C. Ziegler

Electrochromism in Polyanilines
A. Hugot-Le-Goff

Thermochromism and Solvatochromism in Substituted Polythiophenes
O. Inganas

Degradation and Stability of Conductive Polymers
F. Mohammad

Index

Volume 4

Transport in Conducting Polymers
E. Conwell

Charge Transport in Conducting Polymers
R. Menon

Photochemical Processes of Conductive Polymers
M. Abdou and S. Holdcroft

Photorefractive Polymers
L. Yu, et al.

Electropolymerized Phthalocyanines and Their Applications
T. Guarr

Characterization and Applications of Poly(p-phenylene) and Poly(p-phenylenevinylene)
C. Kvarnstrom and A. Ivaska

Artificial Muscles, Electrodissolution and Redox Processes in Conducting Polymers
T. Otero

Conducting Polymers for Batteries, Supercapacitors and Optical Devices
C. Arbizzani, et al.

Photoelectric Conversion by Polymeric and Organic Materials
M. Kaneko

Index

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