Transparent Conductive Materials. From Materials via Synthesis and Characterization to Applications

  • ID: 4470755
  • Book
  • 368 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Edited by a well–known pioneer in the field with over 30 years′ experience in the field, this handbook and ready reference provides a comprehensive overview of transparent conductive materials with a strong application focus.

Following an introduction to the materials and recent developments, subsequent chapters discuss the synthesis and characterization as well as the deposition techniques that are commonly used for energy harvesting and light emitting applications. Finally, the book concludes with a look at future technological advances.

All–encompassing and up–to–date, this interdisciplinary text runs the gamut from chemistry and materials science to engineering, from academia to industry, and from fundamental challenges to readily available applications.
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ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVE MATERIALS: GENERAL ASPECTS

Solid State Physics and Chemistry

Compromise between Conductivity and Transparency

Conduction Mechanisms: Carrier Concentration, Mobility and Optical effects

DEPOSITION TECHNIQUES

Evaporation

Sputtering

Reactive Ion Plating

Chemical Vapor Deposition

Spray Pyrolysis

Chemical Solution Growth

Other Techniques

INORGANIC CONDUCTIVE MATERIALS

Metallic Oxides

Metal Mesh

Metal Nanowires

ORGANIC CONDUCTIVE MATERIALS

Polymers

Carbon Nanotubes

Graphene

CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSPARENT CONDUCTIVE FILMS

Spectroscopy

Surface Resistivity and Conductivity

Surface Morphology

APPLICATIONS

Displays

Smart Windows

OLED

Electroluminiscent Displays

Opto–Electronic Devices

Solar Harvesting Devices

Wear Resistance Applications

CONCLUDING REMARKS AND FUTUURE PERSPECTIVES

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David Levy is Professor at the Spanish National Research Council (ICMM–CSIC) in Madrid, Spain. He was head of the LINES project of the National Institute of Aerospace Technology, INTA.

David Levy has authored more than 133 scientific papers and book chapters. Furthermore, he is lead editor of the three–volume work "The Sol–Gel Handbook" (Wiley–VCH).

Erick Castellón is professor and researcher in the physical and materials chemistry at School of Chemistry, University of Costa Rica. He obtained his PhD in 2011 at the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. Currently, he is also researcher at the Institute of Materials Science in Madrid under the advice of David Levy and Marcos Zayat. Professor Castellón main research interests include dispersions of liquid crystals in sol–gel materials.
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