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Handbook of electroluminescent materials.




Handbook of electroluminescent materials.

Title main entry. Ed. by D.R. Vij. (Series in optics and optoelectronics)

IOP Publishing Ltd., [c]2004

646 p.


Vij (physics, Kurukshetra University, India) brings together contributions from leading researchers in the US, Europe, and the rest of the world to review the state of the art in electroluminescent (EL) materials research and applications. After a brief overview of EL principles and phenomena, chapters offer in-depth reviews of the various types of EL materials currently in commercial use or in development. Each chapter is self-contained, with descriptions of preparation methods, structural, electrical, and optical characteristics, and material on device fabrication and applications. The book is intended for advanced students of applied physics, materials science, optoelectronics, and electronic engineering, and for researchers working in illumination and display engineering. The book's distribution in the US is handled by AIDC.
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