Organic and Hybrid Photonic Crystals

  • Davide Comoretto

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Introduction to Organic and Hybrid Photonic Crystal Properties

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Marco Liscidini, Lucio Claudio Andreani
      Pages 3-29
    3. Juan F. Galisteo-López, Luz K. Gil, Marta Ibisate, Cefe López
      Pages 31-55
    4. Michael Grimann, Thomas Fuhrmann-Lieker
      Pages 57-74
  3. Growth and Properties

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 75-75
    2. Francesco Scotognella, Simone Varo, Luigino Criante, Serena Gazzo, Giovanni Manfredi, Robert J. Knarr III et al.
      Pages 77-101
    3. Katia Sparnacci, Michele Laus
      Pages 103-125
    4. Andrew J. Parnell, J. Patrick A. Fairclough
      Pages 127-143
    5. Dario Cavallo, Han Goossens, Han E. H. Meijer
      Pages 145-166
    6. Paola Lova, Cesare Soci
      Pages 187-212
    7. Lijun Wu, Yi Xu, Kam Sing Wong
      Pages 213-239
  4. Chemistry and Physics at Work

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 241-241
    2. Robert Brückner, Vadim G Lyssenko, Karl Leo
      Pages 275-301
    3. Marina Mariano, Paola Mantilla-Pérez, Pablo Romero-Gómez, Alberto Martínez-Otero, Xavier Elias, Rafael Betancur et al.
      Pages 303-320
    4. Emiliano Descrovi, Paola Rivolo, Luca Boarino, Natascia De Leo, Fabrizio Giorgis
      Pages 321-337
    5. Valentina Robbiano, Francesco Di Stasio, Salvatore Surdo, Shabbir Mian, Giuseppe Barillaro, Franco Cacialli
      Pages 339-358
    6. Franco Marabelli, Andrea Valsesia, Silvia Giudicatti, Lucia Fornasari, Paola Pellacani, Ana Frangolho
      Pages 359-373
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 495-497

About this book


This book provides a multidisciplinary perspective (ranging from chemistry to physics and biology) of the current research and applications of Organic and Hybrid Photonic Crystals. The authors detail the chemical and physical tools used to develop organic photonic crystals, explain methods for engineering new nano-structures, and propose novel physical phenomena or technological applications based on such materials. Organic and Hybrid Photonic Crystal lasers, sensors, photovoltaic devices and stimuli responsive devices are discussed.


Colloids Hybrid Photonic Crystals Hybrid Photonics Nano Photonics Nanochemistry Optical Sensors Organic Photonic Organic Photonic Crystals Photonic Nanostructures Responsive Polymer

Editors and affiliations

  • Davide Comoretto
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and Industrial ChemistryUniversity of GenovaGenovaItaly

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