Organic and Hybrid Materials for Photovoltaic and Photonic Applications

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February 2023
190 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6879-9 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-6878-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Organic and Hybrid Materials for Photovoltaic and Photonic Applications that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Medicine & Pharmacology

Today, there is a huge demand for advanced materials capable of providing technological innovations. Among these, “organic semiconductors” combine the progress of semiconductors and plastic of the last century, becoming the subject of intense industrial and academic research. More recently, organic–inorganic hybrid functional materials have become a potential platform for applications in extremely diverse fields such as optics, microelectronics, transportation, health, energy, and energy storage. The interest in them is explained by the fact that it is possible to combine the best characteristics of both components in a large variety of combinations; in this way, they represent an intriguing class of materials with a large spectrum of applications.This reprint contribution will consider recent developments in the field of organic and hybrid materials in two of the most useful and promising applications of the millennium: photovoltaics and photonics. Multiple aspects of the materials will be taken into consideration, from the synthesis and the photophysical characterization to the application.

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conjugated polymers; Amplified Spontaneous Emission; optically pumped laser; optical gain; active waveguides; molecular engineering; polymer donors; high hole mobility; polymer solar cells; BODIPY; optoelectronics; photonics; solar cells; organic dyes; conjugated polyelectrolytes; inverted organic solar cells; anode interfacial layers; organic molecules; single crystals; molecular packing; lasers; optical resonators; transient absorption spectroscopy; conjugated polymers; stimulated emission; nanoparticles; mesoparticles; cellulose nanocrystals; nanocellulose; pyrene; organic light-emitting material; reductive amination; nanocellulose functionalization; nanocellulose fluorescence; organic solar cells; green solvents; non-halogenated solvents; exaction diffusion; photoluminescence quenching; low-dimensional; metal halide perovskite; photoluminescence; stimulus-responsive; elastic property; Sn2+-PPHs metal complex; UV-Vis; XRD and FTIR analyses; optical property; bandgap analysis

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