Skip to main content

Organic Molecular Solids

Organic Molecular Solids

Markus Schwoerer, Hans Christoph Wolf

ISBN: 978-3-527-40540-4

Apr 2007

438 pages

In Stock

$150.00

Description

This is the first comprehensive textbook on the physical aspects of organic solids. All phenomena which are necessary in order to understand modern technical applications are being dealt with in a way which makes the concepts of the topics accessible for students. The chapters - from the basics, production and characterization of organic solids and layers to organic semiconductors, superconductors and opto-electronical applications - have been arranged in a logical and well thought-out order.

Buy Both and Save 25%!

This item: Organic Molecular Solids

Molecular Electronics: From Principles to Practice (Paperback $85.00)

Original Price:$235.00

Purchased together:$176.25

save $58.75

Cannot be combined with any other offers.

Buy Both and Save 25%!

This item: Organic Molecular Solids

The SQUID Handbook: Applications of SQUIDs and SQUID Systems, Volume II (Hardcover $371.00)

Original Price:$521.00

Purchased together:$390.75

save $130.25

Cannot be combined with any other offers.

Buy Both and Save 25%!

This item: Organic Molecular Solids

Thermal Biophysics of Membranes (Hardcover $251.00)

Original Price:$401.00

Purchased together:$300.75

save $100.25

Cannot be combined with any other offers.

1. Introduction
2. Forces and structures
3. Purification of materials, breeding of crystals, and production of thin layers
4. Lattice impurity and structural defects
5. Molecular and lattice dynamics in organic molecular crystals
6. Electronic excitation states, excitations, and energy charge
7. Electron magnetic resonance and dynamic of triplet states
8. Organic semiconductors
9. High-conducting crystals and polymers, organic metals
10. Organic superconductors and organic ferromagnets
11. Specific methods: hole burning, single molecules, holography, non-linear optics
12. Opto-electronic applications: electroluminescence, photovoltaic, laser, xerography, switches
13. Towards molecular electronics