Electrochromic materials, both organic and inorganic, have widespread applications in light-attenuation, displays and analysis. Written in an accessible manner, this book provides a comprehensive treatment of all types of electrochromic systems and their many applications. Coverage develops from electrochromic scope and history to new searching presentations of optical quantification and theoretical mechanistic models. Non-electrode electrochromism and photo-electrochromism are summarised, with updated comprehensive reviews of electrochromic oxides (tungsten-trioxide particularly), metal co-ordination complexes and metal-cyanometallates, viologens and other organics; and more recent exotics such as fullerenes, hydrides, and conjugated electroactive polymers are also covered. The book concludes by examining device construction and durability. With an extensive bibliography, recent advances in the field, modern applications and a step-by-step development from simple examples to sophisticated theories, this book is ideal for researchers in materials science, polymer science, electrical engineering, physics, chemistry, bioscience and (applied) optoelectronics.
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An accessible treatment of electrochromic systems and their applications. Provides a step-by-step development from simple examples to sophisticated theories, including recent advances and modern applications as well as a background history. Ideal for researchers in materials science, polymer science, electrical engineering, physics, chemistry, bioscience and (applied) optoelectronics.About the Author:
P. M. S. Monk is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Chemistry at the Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester, UK.
R. J. Mortimer is a Reader in Physical Chemistry at Loughborough University, Loughborough.
D. R. Rosseinsky is an Honerary University Fellow at the University of Exeter, in the UK. He is also a Research Associate in the Department of Chemistry at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa.
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