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Display and Optoelectronics Tutorial
Photovoltaic materials convert light into energy such as electricity. In contrast, display technology converts energy into visible light. A variety of display technologies and devices are reviewed.
Graphene in Biotechnology
Graphene has emerged as the new wonder material. Being only one atom thick and composed of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal honeycomb lattice structure, the interest in this material has exploded exponentially since 2004 when it was first isolated
Fullerenes for Bioscience & Photovoltaic Applications
Find various photovoltaic and bioscience-based applications of fullerenes.
Introduction to Molecular Self-Assembly
Molecular self-assembly is the assembly of molecules without guidance or management from an outside source. Of the approaches for molecular self-assembly, two strategies have received significant research attention – electrostatic self-assembly and self-assembled monolayers.
Graphene-Based Composites and their Unique Renewable Energy Applications
Graphene is a unique two-dimensional (2D) structure of monolayer carbon atoms packed into a dense honeycomb crystal that has attracted great interest due to its diverse and fascinating properties.
Plexcore® OC Hole Injection Inks
Plexcore® organic conductive inks are electronic grade inks formulated for use in the hole injection layers of OLEDs.
Organic Semiconductor Laser Materials
In this article, we demonstrate that bis-styrylbenzene derivatives show promising characteristics for very low lasing thresholds and discuss the design considerations for organic lasing molecules.
MXenes: A Tunable Family of 2D Carbides and Nitrides
Professor Gogotsi and Dr. Shuck introduce MXenes: a promising family of two-dimensional materials with a unique combination of high conductivity, hydrophilicity, and extensive tunability.
The Use of Block Copolymers in Nanoscale Patterning
This article reviews the use of block copolymers to coat a surface to make unique nanoscale patterns on a substrate (shown below). Using this method, as opposed to etching with a laser, can improve resolution from the current limit of
Molecular Layer Deposition of Organic and Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Polymers
Atomic layer deposition (ALD) techniques have emerged in the last ten years to meet various needs including semiconductor device miniaturization, conformal deposition on porous structures and coating of nanoparticles. ALD is based on two sequential self-limiting surface reactions.
Graphene Quantum Dots: Properties, Synthesis & Applications
Properties, synthesis & applications of Graphene Quantum Dots explained. GQDs have advantages of nontoxicity, good solubility, stable photoluminescence & better surface grafting.
Graphene Field Effect Transistors for Biological and Chemical Sensors
The detection and quantification of biomarkers are essential for medical diagnostics, environmental monitoring, and bioresearch.
Organic and Hybrid Electronics in Optical Analytical Applications
Professor Shinar (Iowa State University, USA) summarizes the developments of a variety of sensor configurations based on organic and hybrid electronics, as low-cost, disposable, non-invasive, wearable bioelectronics for healthcare.
Achieving High Efficiency in Organic Light-Emitting Devices
Electroluminescence of organic molecules has been a wellknown phenomenon for more than 50 years.
Development of Organic Semiconductors from Highly Ordered Oligo and Polythiophenes
The soaring global demand for energy, coupled with the limited supply of fossil fuels, has increased the need for renewable, low-cost energy sources. Organic electronics have shown great promise for applications in lighting, power, and circuitry, with rapidly improving performance
New Conducting and Semiconducting Polymers for Plastic Electronics
In the emerging field of organic printable electronics, such as OLEDs and organic photovoltaics (OPVs), there is a significant need for improved organic conducting and semiconducting materials. This paper reports our recent progress in two fields: 1) the development of
Non-Fullerene Acceptors for Organic Photovoltaic Applications
The emerging organic photovoltaic (OPV) technology is very promising for low-cost solar energy production. OPV devices can be produced using high-throughput, large-volume printing methods on lightweight and flexible plastic substrates, making them easy to deploy and use in innovative ways.
Molecular Monolayers on Silicon Surfaces
Review the methods and mechanisms for forming molecular monolayers on silicon surfaces, the properties of these monolayers and perspectives regarding their use in molecular electronic and sensing applications.
Applications of Organic Single-Crystalline Semiconductors
Recent developments in the applications of organic single-crystal semiconductors which allow their use in organic electronics and energy harvesting.
Reactive Silver Inks for High-Performance Printed Electronics
The ability to pattern conductive electrodes is technologically relevant for several applications, including photovolatics, displays, sensors, and biomedical devices.
Polytriarylamine Semiconductors
Polytriarylamine Semiconductors
High Crystalline, Solution-Processable Organic Field-Effect Transistors
Dr. Chan and researchers highlight flexible transistors are the building blocks of next-generation soft electronics. Among all the reported material systems that can be fabricated by researchers, such as circuits, biosensors, stretchable displays, and others,1–5 small molecular weight organic semiconductors
Conducting Polymer Device Applications
The application of conducting polymers at the interface with biology is an exciting new trend in organic electronics research.
The Use of Perovskite Metal Complexes in Photovoltaic Cells
Solar panels for homes and businesses have seen a rise in demand over the past few years as we move toward more environment-friendly and sustainable energy sources. In 2010, the average power from solar was just 5.0 GWh/d and
Displaceable Monolayers and Microdisplacement Printing: 1-Adamantanethiol Assembly and Applications
1-Adamantanethiol (1-AD), an example in this spectrum of molecules with distinct chemical and physical properties, forms self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) on Au{111} that are displaceable when exposed to other thiolated molecules from solution, vapor, or contact due to weak intermolecular interactions
Conducting Polymer Materials for Flexible OPV Applications: Orgacon™ PEDOT : PSS
A detailed article on conducting polymer materials for flexible organic photovoltaics (OPVs) applications.
Synthesis and Applications of Graphene Nanoribbons Synthesized
Graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) are quasi-one-dimensional narrow strips of graphene comprised of sp2-hybridized carbon atoms arranged into hexagonal honeycomb lattice configurations.
Drawable Carbon Nanotube Array for High-Performance Artificial Muscles and Energy Harvester
A drawable Carbon Nanotube (CNT) array is a special type of CNT forest, in which individual nanotubes are aligned and grown vertically on a substrate through a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process. Most strikingly, a macroscopically aligned, pure, and pristine
AIE Luminogens: A Family of New Materials with Multifaceted Functionalities
AIE Luminogens - Family of new materials with multifaceted functionalities. Find some representative applications of the AIEgens
Soluble Pentacene Precursors
Fabrication procedure of organic field effect transistor device using a soluble pentacene precursor.
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