Here is the listing of Best reference books on Organic Semiconductors and Devices.
|1. “Organic Electronics: Materials, Manufacturing and Applications” by Hagen Klauk
Book Review: This book is penned down by the leading scientists and engineers from companies like philips, xerox, infineon, kodak, dupont and many more. The book very nicely deals with the industrial activities thereby resulting in commercialization of organic electronics. The book also covers history, motivation, benefits of various areas of organic electronics.The book also covers the latest advancements done in the field of semiconductor devices.
|2. “Physics of Organic Semiconductors” by Wolfgang Bruetting
Book Review: This book demonstrates the physics that lies behind organic semiconductor devices. The book contains basic issues like characterization and growth of thin films in organic semiconductors, properties of materials and their structural interfaces, analysis and modeling of lasers and light emitting organic diodes. This book is suitable for both readers with basic knowledge as well as application oriented audience.
|3. “Physics and Technology of Organic Semiconductor Devices” by Marc Baldo Paul W. M. Blom Antoine Kahn Peter Peumans
Book Review: This book describes the applications of organic semiconductors like thin film transistors, light emitting diodes, solar cells and many more. The book also deals with areas of spintronics, strong semiconductors and others. The book also focuses on the physics of organic semiconductors and explores physics to improve device formation. The book also demonstrates techniques that promotes disorder and localisation.
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