Handbook of Organic Conductive Molecules and Polymers, Volume 4, Conductive Polymers: Transport, Photophysics and Applications
DescriptionWritten by leading international scientists the Handbook of Conductive Molecules and Polymers covers a vast range of organic materials, their chemical and physical properties, technology, and applications. Drawing on two decades of pioneering research, this is the first book to emphasise the multidisciplinary nature of the subject. As the subject continues to evolve it has an inevitable impact on related fields. Hence the publication of this work--the first multi-disciplinary handbook of conductive molecules and polymers.
Transport in Conducting Polymers
Charge Transport in Conducting Polymers
Photochemical Processes of Conductive Polymers
M. Abdou and S. Holdcroft
L. Yu, et al.
Electropolymerized Phthalocyanines and Their Applications
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
Conducting Polymers for Batteries, Supercapacitors and Optical Devices
C. Arbizzani, et al.
Photoelectric Conversion by Polymeric and Organic Materials