Polymers in Organic Electronics: Polymer Selection for Electronic, Mechatronic, and Optoelectronic Systems provides readers
with vital data, guidelines, and techniques for optimally designing organic electronic systems using novel polymers. The book
classifies polymer families, types, complexes, composites, nanocomposites, compounds, and small molecules while also providing
an introduction to the fundamental principles of polymers and electronics. Features information on concepts and optimized
types of electronics and a classification system of electronic polymers, including piezoelectric and pyroelectric, optoelectronic,
mechatronic, organic electronic complexes, and more. The book is designed to help readers select the optimized material for
structuring their organic electronic system.
Chapters discuss the most common properties of electronic polymers,
methods of optimization, and polymeric-structured printed circuit boards. The polymeric structures of optoelectronics and
photonics are covered and the book concludes with a chapter emphasizing the importance of polymeric structures for packaging
of electronic devices.