Best Reference Books – Organic Semiconductors and Devices

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Organic Semiconductors and Devices subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Organic Semiconductors and Devices along with reviews.

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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

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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.

4. “Optically Induced Nanostructures” by Karsten König and Andreas Ostendorf

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“Optically Induced Nanostructures” Book Review: Since nanostructures is a modern discipline for a number of branches of Science a good source of complete information is essential and this book acts as an initial guide to the new tech with introductions to the relevant topics. It also discusses the various applications. The book highlights also the use of modern femtosecond laser microscopes and nanoscopes as novel nanoprocessing tools. Since it is a new technology, this book seems to be the easier source of solution to lack of information.

5. “Handbook of Advanced Lighting Technology” by Robert Karlicek and Ching-Cherng Sun

“Handbook of Advanced Lighting Technology” Book Review: A major handbook that’s a resource for information based on the subject of light source science and technology, with particular focus on solid-state light sources. It also refers to the smart lighting systems. This book comprehensively discusses the basic physical principles and device technologies behind all light source types. The book is divided into 5 sections, the first one being about the physics, materials and device technology. The second section is about the science and technology of solid state batteries. The third section is about driving, sensing and control, and the integration of these different technologies under the concept of smart lighting. Section 4 is about applications and the fifth section is the environmental and economic implications.

6. “Advanced Lasers: Laser Physics and Technology for Applied and Fundamental Science (Springer Series in Optical Sciences)” by Oleksiy Shulika and Igor Sukhoivanov

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“Advanced Lasers: Laser Physics and Technology for Applied and Fundamental Science (Springer Series in Optical Sciences)” Book Review: This book is a contribution to the trending physical topics in the field of Lasers. It consists of review type contributions as well as well-researched and documented case studies that help the readers not only gain knowledge, but also give a thought of the possibilities in this area. It also gives a combination of theoretical and practical study for better knowledge along with their individual studies which makes the subject more interesting. The book is quite illustrious therefore giving a complete idea of the subject and how it is applicable in today’s industries.

7. “Diffractive Optics and Nanophotonics: Resolution Below the Diffraction Limit (SpringerBriefs in Physics)” by Igor Minin and Oleg Minin

“Diffractive Optics and Nanophotonics: Resolution Below the Diffraction Limit (SpringerBriefs in Physics)” Book Review: The authors of this informative book discuss the several examples of techniques used to overcome the Abby diffraction limit. The structures used in this textbook can be used in the microwave and THz range. Chapter 1 focuses on the materials that are proposed for subwavelength focusing. Chapter 2 says that at least three different types of photonic crystal lens are possible. Chapter 3 an alternative mechanism to produce photonic jets at Terahertz frequencies using 3D dielectric particles is considered. This book will be a valuable resource for students and researchers working on nanophotonics and sub-wavelength focusing and imaging.

8. “Photonics, Biomedical Photonics, Spectroscopy, and Microscopy” by David L Andrews

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“Photonics, Biomedical Photonics, Spectroscopy, and Microscopy” Book Review: This book discusses the underlying physical principles of biomedical photonics, spectroscopy and microscopy along with their introductions. It has a comprehensive coverage on photons. It emphasizes the processes and applications of photons. It deals with the advancing area of modern optics. The book was written by a number of authors and made interesting as the authors are top scientists in their fields. This book is for the graduate-level student in physical sciences, industrial and academic researchers in photonics, graduate students in the area.

9. “Nontraditional Machining Processes: Research Advances” by J Paulo Davim

“Nontraditional Machining Processes: Research Advances” Book Review: Non-traditional machining are the non-conventional machining processes that remove materials with the help of thermal, mechanical, electrical and chemical energies. It covers the recent research and development techniques and processes which focus on achieving high accuracies. It focuses on accurate methods and good surface finishes. It also discusses its applications in automotive, aircraft and mould and die industries. The seven chapters explore recent research into a range of topics including laser assisted manufacturing, abrasive water jet milling and hybrid processes. This book is good for students and researchers to understand the processes practically.

10. “Laser-Assisted Microtechnology (Springer Series in Materials Science)” by Simeon M Metev and Vadim P Veiko

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“Laser-Assisted Microtechnology (Springer Series in Materials Science)” Book Review: The book introduces the principles and techniques of laser-assisted microtechnology. The experimental and theoretical physico-chemical basis of every technological process is presented in detail. The capabilities of the technological methods as well as the optimum conditions for their realization are discussed. This is a new method for direct 3D-micro structuring of solids, with a number of potential applications.

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