Photoinduced charge transfer constitutes the scientific basis of photography, electrophotography and many biological processes. In addition, the science of charge photogeneration and transport in organic materials will be the basis of future generations of optoelectronic devices. This volume summarizes the state of the art in photoinduced charge transfer.
Educational outreach programmes at the Center for photoinduced charge transfer - learning through research, C.E. Uzelmeier and J.A. Kampmeier; external electric field effects on fluorescence of some methylene-linked compounds of electron donor and acceptor in a polymer film, N. Ohta et al; engineering of sidegroups to enhance luminescence efficiency of conjugated polymers, R. Jakubiak et al; growth modes and charge injection of organic films on standard and ultraflat indium tin oxide, E.W. Forsyth et al; snapshots of electronic surface excitation - observing adsorbate dynamics with femtosecond time-resolution, M. Bauer et al; femtosecond excited state dynamics in organic molecular films, A.J. Makinen et al. (Part contents)