It is here reported the introduction and development of innovative heteroaromatic conjugated systems for their application in the fields of photonic (electro-optic NLO materials) and organic electronic (organic thin film transistors). The work starts from the design and synthesis of the active molecules exploiting both state-of-the-art literature procedures and innovative challenging approaches. The valuable results obtained at the molecular level enable the realization of advanced functional organic materials and properly working devices through the exploitation of the most common supramolecular assembling techniques. Outstanding results are shown.

(2011). Heteroaromatic conjugated materials with innovative applications: from photonics to transistors. (Tesi di dottorato, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, 2011).

Heteroaromatic conjugated materials with innovative applications: from photonics to transistors

SANGUINETI, ALESSANDRO
2011-02-11

Abstract

It is here reported the introduction and development of innovative heteroaromatic conjugated systems for their application in the fields of photonic (electro-optic NLO materials) and organic electronic (organic thin film transistors). The work starts from the design and synthesis of the active molecules exploiting both state-of-the-art literature procedures and innovative challenging approaches. The valuable results obtained at the molecular level enable the realization of advanced functional organic materials and properly working devices through the exploitation of the most common supramolecular assembling techniques. Outstanding results are shown.
PAGANI, GIORGIO ALBERTO
heteroaromatic, conjugated materials, photonics, NLO, electro-optic, organic transistors, OTFT
CHIM/06 - CHIMICA ORGANICA
English
Scuola di dottorato di Scienze
SCIENZE CHIMICHE - 18R
23
2009/2010
(2011). Heteroaromatic conjugated materials with innovative applications: from photonics to transistors. (Tesi di dottorato, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, 2011).
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