Due to their special properties, organic semiconductors enable
the development of large-area, low-cost devices, paving the way
for flexible and nomadic applications that advantageously replace
those made with traditional semiconductors.
This book describes the properties and deposition methods of
organic semiconductors, transparent conductive materials or
metals which are used in the fabrication of organic devices. The
physical processes (optical, electrical and interface) that control
the mechanisms in the formation and transport of the charge
carriers of the materials are studied and explained in detail.
Organic Electronics 1 introduces the fundamental and applied
aspects of the field of organic electronics. It is intended for
researchers and students in university programs or engineering
schools specializing in electronics, energy and materials.