Doping: Properties, Mechanisms and Applications


Lixin Yu (Editor)
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanchang University, Nanchang, PR China

Series: Materials Science and Technologies, Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: TEC021000

As a powerful and efficient method for altering and controlling the properties and performance of materials, doping can enable properties that are innately present in a material. This book presents recent advances in the doping of organic electric materials and magnetism materials and reviews recent results also of doped naonocrystals and bulk materials. Doped bulk materials have been widely applied in many fields, such as optical display, communication, constructive materials, laser crystals, and biological systems. Doping has proven to be one of the most efficient techniques to adjust the electronic properties of organic semiconductors. (Imprint: Nova)



Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Doping of Organic Electronic Materials
(Ashraf Uddin, School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering
University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia)

Chapter 2. Doped Manganese Oxide Nanostructures for Energy Application
(R.S. Kalubarme, Chan-Jin Park and P.M. Shirage, Department of Material Science & Engineering, Chonnam National University, Republic of Korea, and others)

Chapter 3. Growth, Characterization and Magnetic Properties of Polycrystalline Fibers of Electron Doped Manganites
(C. A. Cardoso, S. Sergeenkov, M. R. B. Andreeta, A. C. Hernandes, E. R. Leite, O. F. de Lima and F. M. Araujo-Moreira, Departamento de Física, Grupo de Materiais e Dispositivos/CMDMC, SP, Brazil, and others)

Chapter 4. Doping: Ion Implantation
(Seongjae Cho and Byung-Gook Park, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, and others)
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Chapter 5. Photoemission Studies of the Electronic Structure in Alkali Metal Doped Molecular Organic Semiconductors
(Huanjun Ding and Yongli Gao, Department of Physics and Astronomy,
Unviersity of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA)

Chapter 6. Ceramic Materials for Energy and Environmental Applications: Functionalizing of Properties by Tailored Compositions
(Mariya Ivanova, Sandrine Ricote, Stefan Baumann, Wilhelm A. Meulenberg, Frank Tietz, Jose M. Serra and Hannes Richter, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Institute of Energy and Climate Research IEK-1, Jülich, Germany, and others)
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Chapter 7. External Strain: An Effective Approach to Tune Vacancy Formation and Doping
(Junyi Zhu, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA)

Chapter 8. Rare Earth Elements Doping Features in Renewable Energy-Related Nano Devices: Ytterbium Case
(Karem Boubaker, Département de Physique et de Chimie, École Supérieures des Sciences et des Techniques de Tunis (ESSTT), Mahdia, Tunisia)


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