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Organic Light-Emitting Devices
Synthesis Properties and Applications
edited by Klaus Mullen

Organic Light-Emitting Devices reflects a decade of intense research on organic light emitting devices (OLEDs), culminating in excellent successes over the last few years which have resulted in the first commercializations of organic displays.


  • Covers introductory topics, fundamental physics, materials synthesis, device processing and optimization
  • Combines the fundamentals and latest research results with application know-how and industrial insights


Inorganic Semiconductors for Light-emitting Diodes

  • Optical Emission Spectra.
  • Resonant-cavity-enhanced Structures
  • Current Transport in LED Structures
  • Extraction Efficiency
  • Omnidirectional Reflectors
  • Packaging

Electronic Processes at Semiconductor Polymer Heterojunctions

  • Charge Capture at Polymer Heterojunctions
  • Exciton Dissociation at Polymer Heterojunctions
  • Morphology-dependent Exciton Retrapping at Polymer Heterojunctions

Photophysics of Luminescent Conjugated Polymers

  • Spectroscopy of Singlet States
  • Optically Induced Charge Carrier Generation
  • Triplet States
  • Resum

Polymer-Based Light-Emitting Diodes (PLEDs) and Displays Fabricated from Arrays of PLEDs

  • LEDs Fabricated from Semiconducting Polymers
  • Accurate Measurement of OLED/PLED Device Parameters
  • Fowler–Nordheim Tunneling in Semiconducting Polymer MIM Diodes
  • Pixilated Displays
  • Thickness Dependence of Electroluminescence Efficiency
  • Limits on the Electroluminescence Efficiency
  • White-light emission

Metal/Polymer Interface Studies for Organic Light-Emitting Devices

  • Review of Organic Light-Emitting Diodes and their Fundamental Interface Studies
  • Polymer Materials, their Preparations, and Experimental Details
  • Chemistry and Electronic Properties of Metal/F8BT
  • Role of Ytterbium and Ytterbium/Cesium Fluoride on the Chemistry of F8BT
  • Highly Efficient and Substrate-Independent Ytterbium/Cesium Fluoride Cathodes

The Synthesis of Electroluminescent Polymers

  • Poly(arylene vinylene)s
  • Poly(arylene ethynylene)s
  • Polyarylenes
  • EL Polymers with Isolated Chromophores
  • Stability of EL Polymers

Charge-transporting and Charge-blocking Amorphous Molecular Materials for Organic Light-emitting Diodes

  • Amorphous Molecular Materials
  • Requirements for Materials in OLEDs
  • Amorphous Molecular Materials for Use in OLEDs
  • Charge Transport in Amorphous Molecular Materials

Dendrimer Light-Emitting Diodes

  • The Dendrimer Concept
  • Electroluminescent Dendritic Materials
  • Electronic Properties
  • Dendrimer Devices
  • Dendronized Polymers

Crosslinkable Organic Semiconductors for Use in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs)

  • Multiple-Layer Deposition
  • Patterning

Hybrid OLEDs with Semiconductor Nanocrystals

  • LEDs in the Visible based on Composites of Semiconductor Nanocrystals and Polymers or Nanocrystals and Small Organic Molecules
  • Near-infrared LEDs based on Composites of Semiconductor Nanocrystals and Polymers or Small Organic Molecules

Polymer Electrophosphorescence Devices

  • Phosphorescent Dyes
  • Transfer Processes in Polymer Hosts Doped with Phosphorescent Dyes
  • Polymer Phosphorescence Devices based on PVK
  • Phosphorescent Devices with Other Host Polymers
  • Fully Functionalized Polymers

Low-threshold Organic Semiconductor Lasers

  • Fundamentals of Organic Semiconductor Lasers
  • Low-threshold Organic Lasing
  • Comparison of Organic Laser Properties
  • Electrically Driven Organic Lasers


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Organic Light-Emitting Devices
Synthesis Properties and Applications
edited by Klaus Mullen

2006 • 426 pages • $199.00 + shipping
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