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Conjugated Polymeric Materials : Opportunities In Electronics, Optoelectronics And Molecular Electronics
Published 1990 · Materials Science
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Theory of Conjugated Polymers and Molecular Crystals.- Survey of Electrically Conducting Organic Materials.- New Developments in the Synthesis and Doping of Polyacetylene and Polyaniline.- Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications of Substituted Polyacetylenes Derived from Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization of Cyclooctatetraenes.- Synthesis and Characterization of a Water Soluble Polyparaphenylene Vinylene Derivative.- Molecular Organization and Electrical Properties of Mixed Langmuir-Blodgett Multilayer Thin Films of Polypyrrole.- The Electronic and Chemical Structure of Poly(3-hexylthiophene) Studied by Photoelectron Spectroscopy.- Poly-1,2-Azepines by the Photopolymerization of Phenyl Azides: A New Route to Processible Conducting Polymers.- Polyheteroarylmethines, Syntheses and Physical Properties.- Conformation of Conjugated Polymers in Good Solvent.- Electronic Structure of Processable Conducting Polymers.- Bridged Mixed Valence Phthalocyaninato-Metal Compounds.- Polyaniline Processed From Sulfuric Acid and in Solution in Sulfuric Acid: Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Properties.- Polyaniline versus Polyacetylene, or, Rings versus Bonds and the Roles of Barriers and Crystallinity.- Linear Polyenes: The Interplay Between Electronic Structure. Geometric Structure, and Nonlinear Optical Properties.- Semiconductor Device Physics in Conjugated Polymers.- Chemistry and Physics of Molecular-Based Polymers Exhibiting a Spontaneous Magnetization.- Ion Implanted Polyparaphenylene: Modifications of Lateral and in Depth Concentration Profiles upon Annealing.- The Electroactive Nature of Polyaniline. The Nature of the Chromaphores.- Transport in Oriented Polyacetylene.- Transient Photoconductivity in Polyacetylene and Molecular Electronic Aspects.- Dehydrochlorination of Polyvinylchloride by Phase Transfer Catalysis.- Vinylene-Linked Low-Band-Gap Conducting Polymers: Electronic Structure and Defects.- Organic Conjugated Materials for Optoelectronic and Applications.- Nonlinear Optics of Conjugated Polymers: Progress in Science and Prospects for Technology.- Transition Dipoles of Polyacetylene Oligomers.- Linear Optical Properties of a Series of Polyacetylene Oligomers.- Novel Linear and Nonlinear Optical Effects in Polydiacetylenes.- Nonlinear Optical Properties of Ultrathin Polymer Films.- Third Harmonic Generation of Polythiophene Derivatives.- Third Order Hyperpolarizability of Polythiophene and Thiophene Oligomers.- Exciton Relaxation in PDA-4BCMU: from Crystals to Films.- Photoinduced Absorption and Nonlinear Optical Response in a Polycondensed Thiophene-Based Polymer (PTT).- Study of Second Harmonic Generation of a Hemicyanine Dye in Floating and Deposited Organic Monolayers.- Nonlinear Optics in Solid Schiff Bases.- Triplet Exciton-Polarons in Polydiacetylene Single Crystals.- Diffraction by Holographic Gratings in Diacetylene Crystals.- Scanning Tunneling Microscopy at the Polymer-Metal Interface.- Nonlinear Optics Coefficients of Polyenes: Size and Alternation Dependence.- Electronic Structure and Static Electric Dipole Polarizability of Acetylenic Analogs of Carbocyanines.- Macrocycles as Molecular Units to Build up Electroresponsive Materials: A Comparative Theoretical Investigation of the Electronic and Optical Properties of Phthalocyanine and Related Systems.- Control of Intramolecular Interferences Through Benzene and Cyclophane Using Donor and Acceptor Groups.- Organic Crystals and Quadratic Nonlinear Optics: The Transparency-Efficiency Trade-off.- Conducting Polymer Electromechanical Actuators.- Working Group Reports:.- - Prospects in Synthesis and Processibility of Conjugated Polymers.- - Molecular Electronics Prospects.- - Theoretical Developments.- - Optoelectronics Prospects.- - Electronics Properties.