Polymer Electronics and Optics

Polymers are normally electrical insulators, but to enable their use in electronics, conductive filler such as silver have been added to chemical formulation to increase their electrical conductivity. This is because polymers are good insulator of heat, have low density , require low finishing cost and its enhanced flexibility allowed for many application. Polymer electronics is an emerging technology that focuses on the development of electronic devices incorporating electrically conductive and semi conductive organic materials, especially organic polymers. It offers the prospect of an advanced electronics platform using new materials, processes and electronic devices. Polymer conductors and semiconductors open up propects for microelectronic systems that go beyond the scope of conventional electronics based on silicon as the semiconductor. The deposition of a range of polymer electronic devices by simple techniques such as printing is likely to extend the realm of electronics. The latest research in the field of polymer optical components includes development of microoptics injection molding coating technology and assembly technologies. Microwave-Enhanced Polymer Chemistry and Technology describes novel approaches to polymer processing using microwave technologies.

  • Hybrid Polymers
  • Ferroelectric Polymers for Thin film Devices
  • Printed electronics
  • Fabrication of Organic Light-emitting Devices (OLED)
  • Microwave Photonics
  • Polymer Solar cell: Its Application
  • Electro-Optics and Nonlinear Optics
  • Thermoplastic Polymers
  • Polymer Fibres

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