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Critical Interfacial Issues in Thin-Film Optoelectronic and Energy Conversion Devices: Volume 796. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129539
  • Book
  • 182 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This book, first published in 2004, covers a wide range of issues regarding interfaces in optoelectronic devices. Key is that in many emerging device structures a new level of control is needed to ensure the quality and nature of the interface. In addition, new device structures are emerging that combine unique types of materials where the interfacial science is new. Thus, the interfaces between electroactive polymers and inorganic semiconductors or oxides are just beginning to be understood. The papers in this book represent a snapshot of current in this critical area of interfacial science. The need to integrate organic, inorganic and nanostructured materials on varying length scales represents a significant challenge for the future and will be a key area of materials science. Topics include: interfaces with organic materials; interfaces with semiconductor materials; interfaces with transparent conducting oxides; and interfaces with novel optoelectronic materials.
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David S. Ginley National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado.

Sue A. Carter University of California, Santa Cruz.

Michael Grätzel
Robert W. Birkmire
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