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Organic electronics

Vol. 45, No. 1, 2001

Order No. G322-0225
 
The significant improvements in the semiconducting properties of organic and organic-inorganic hybrid materials, and the discovery of electroluminescence in organic diode structures, make these materials excellent candidates for low-cost electronic and optoelectronic structures. This issue of the Journal includes papers on applications of conductive organic polymers, self-assembling organic-inorganic hybrids and their associated devices, synthesis of colloidal nanocrystals, organic thin-film transistors (OTFT), physical and electronic characterization of electroluminescent organic materials for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), and OLED requirements for microdisplays.
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Organic electronics: Introduction J. M. Shaw and P. F. Seidler, Guest Editors p. 3
Organic thin-film transistors: A review of recent advances C. D. Dimitrakopoulos and D. J. Mascaro p. 11
Organic-inorganic electronics D. B. Mitzi, K. Chondroudis, and C. R. Kagan p. 29
Colloidal synthesis of nanocrystals and nanocrystal superlattices C. B. Murray, Shouheng Sun, W. Gaschler, H. Doyle, T. A. Betley, and C. R. Kagan p. 47
Conducting polymers in microelectronics M. Angelopoulos p. 57
Influence of trapped and interfacial charges in organic multilayer light-emitting devices W. Riess, H. Riel, T. Beierlein, W. Brütting, P. Müller, and P. F. Seidler p. 77
STM-excited electroluminescence and spectroscopy on organic materials for display applications S. F. Alvarado, L. Rossi, P. Müller, P. F. Seidler, and W. Riess p. 89
Computer simulations for organic light-emitting diodes A. Curioni and W. Andreoni p. 101
Microdisplays based upon organic light-emitting diodes W. E. Howard and O. F. Prache p. 115
Recent publications by IBM authors p. 129
Patents p. 139