Organic Thin Film Transistor Integration by Flora M.Li, Arokia Nathan, Yiliang Wu, Beng S. Ong

Let us turn back the clock to a century where computers were as big as houses and phones were heavy as bricks to carry around in our pockets. Have you ever wondered about how these electronic products became increasingly cheaper, while more attractive? Well, this, is the power of the Organic Thin Film Technology.

In electronics, we are currently using organic (or plastics) electronics which are essentially lightweight, mechanically robust and structurally flexible. In the last decade, this form of technology has made devices more portable and much more convenient to carry around. This book also provides a thorough investigation of the production and application of a variety of polymer-based transistor device and circuits that has been well-substantiated with images and graphs to aid understanding. It is interesting to understand the processes and factors of consideration that go into making these devices, as well as their subsequent uses.

It serves as a good read to widen readers’ knowledge about electronics, and while it was written for engineers, it is suitable for the general audience who are interested to increase the level of knowledge that they possess about electronics organic thin film semiconductors which are prevalent in many electronic products of today.

Location: North

Call Number: TK7871.96.T45 ORG 2011

Written by Aung Kyi Su Su Zin ( Shelly)

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