Quantum chemistry, band structures and polymers

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Résumé

A short review of the long way from the first calculations on polyenes after the second world war to the recent electronic devices like Organic Light Emitting Diodes or Photovoltaic Cells is given. It shows how quantum chemical methods on one side and synthesis or experiments have (or should have) interacted as incentives to new methods and technologies.

langue originaleAnglais
titreTheory and Applications in Computational Chemistry
Sous-titreThe First Decade of the Second Millennium, International Congress TACC-2012
EditeurAmerican institute of physics
Pages109-113
Nombre de pages5
Volume1456
ISBN (Electronique)9780735410572
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 1 janv. 2012
EvénementInternational Congress in Theory and Applications in Computational Chemistry: The First Decade of the Second Millennium, TACC 2012 - Pavia, Italie
Durée: 2 sept. 20127 sept. 2012

Une conférence

Une conférenceInternational Congress in Theory and Applications in Computational Chemistry: The First Decade of the Second Millennium, TACC 2012
PaysItalie
La villePavia
période2/09/127/09/12

Empreinte digitale

incentives
photovoltaic cells
quantum chemistry
light emitting diodes
polymers
synthesis
cells
electronics

Citer ceci

André, J. M. (2012). Quantum chemistry, band structures and polymers. Dans Theory and Applications in Computational Chemistry: The First Decade of the Second Millennium, International Congress TACC-2012 (Vol 1456, p. 109-113). American institute of physics. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4730649
André, Jean Marie. / Quantum chemistry, band structures and polymers. Theory and Applications in Computational Chemistry: The First Decade of the Second Millennium, International Congress TACC-2012. Vol 1456 American institute of physics, 2012. p. 109-113
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