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2013
Volume: 6 Issue 4
13 Article(s)

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EDITORIAL
A special issue on Optoelectronics in Energy
Changqing CHEN, Jun ZHOU, and Yanyan FANG
With the gradual reduction of fossil fuel and the growing environmental concerns over the climate change associated with the use of fossil fuel, renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and hydroelectric are becoming increasingly important. In particular, solar power generation has emerged as t
Frontiers of Optoelectronics
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.6 Issue, 4 357 (2013)
RESEARCH ARTICLE
Side chains and backbone structures influence on 4,7-dithien-2-yl-2,1,3-benzothiadiazole (DTBT)-based low-bandgap conjugated copolymers for organic photovoltaics
Debin NI, Dong YANG, Shuying MA, Guoli TU, and Jian ZHANG
Frontiers of Optoelectronics
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.6 Issue, 4 418 (2013)
Improvement of blue InGaN light-emitting diodes with gradually increased barrier heights from n- to p-layers
Wu TIAN, Xiong HUI, Yang LI, Jiangnan DAI, Yanyan FANG, Zhihao WU, and Changqing CHEN
Frontiers of Optoelectronics
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.6 Issue, 4 429 (2013)
Condensed state fluorescence switching of hexaarylbiimidazole-tetraphenylethene conjugate for super-resolution fluorescence nanolocalization
Wen-Liang GONG, Zhe HU, Chong LI, Guo-Feng ZHANG, Tao CHEN, Matthew. P. ALDRED, Zhen-Li HUANG, and Ming-Qiang ZHU
This paper reported the synthesis of hexaarylbiimidazole-tetraphenylethene (HABI-TPE) conjugated photochromic fluorophore, which simultaneously exhibited photochromic property, condensed state enhanced emission and reversible fluorescence switching. Upon UV irradiation, a green species with a broad absorption band betw
Frontiers of Optoelectronics
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.6 Issue, 4 458 (2013)
REVIEW ARTICLE
Review on one-dimensional ZnO nanostructures for electron field emitters
[in Chinese], [in Chinese], and [in Chinese]
The emission of electrons from the surface of a solid caused by a high electric field is called field emission (FE). Electron sources based on FE are used today in a wide range of applications, such as microwave traveling wave tubes, e-beam evaporators, mass spectrometers, flat panel of field emission displays (FEDs),
Frontiers of Optoelectronics
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.6 Issue, 4 386 (2013)