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Updates on Excitons

Ashim Dutta

India Glycols Limited

Dr. Ashim Kumar Dutta received his Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS). He has worked on various international post-doctoral fellowships in Japan, Canada, and USA. Dr. Dutta has worked as head of research and product development in several companies, and presently works as vice-president for India Glycols Limited. He has authored/co-authored 36 articles in international journals and 21 patents.

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Frenkel Excitons Wannier-Mott Excitons Low Dimensional Solids Molecular Crystals and Aggregates Exciton Diffusion and Hopping Exciton–Exciton Annihilation Dynamics Scaling Laws Photoluminescence Exciton Lifetime Energy Harvesting Semiconductors

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First proposed by Prof. Yakov Frenkel in 1931, the exciton is an electrically neutral quasiparticle consisting of an electron and a hole held together by electrostatic forces and is responsible for energy transport in organic molecular crystals. The Frenkel exciton has a typical radius of 1 nm and binding energy in the range of 0.1-1.0 eV. The Wannier- Mott exciton named after Prof. Gregory Wannier and Prof. Neville Francis Mott has a larger radius of about 10 nm and binding energy of 0.01 eV that is often used to explain energy transport in semiconductors having small energy gaps and a high dielectric constant. Various interactions namely exciton-exciton annihilation and exciton-polaron interactions are used to explain the optoelectronic properties of molecular crystals, semiconductors, quantum dots, graphene films, and carbon nanotubes. More importantly, a deeper understanding of the exciton theory has resulted in technological advances such as quantum dot lasers and LED’s with enhanced intensity and tunable emission wavelengths and their use in high-speed optoelectronics and photonic devices that find extensive applications in communication and computation technologies and devices.
This book will consist of chapters that are an elegant mix of reviews and current developments on the subject that will be useful both to an expert on the subject as well as a newcomer to this area of research.

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Review results due: October 4th 2022

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Expected publication date: December 3rd 2022

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Ashim Dutta

India Glycols Limited

Dr. Ashim Kumar Dutta presently works as the vice president (R&D) with India Glycols Limited, one of the largest manufacturers of Green Surfactants in South East Asia. Earlier, he had worked with Unilever as a senior researcher and product development manager in their Home and Personal Care Category, with United Phosphorus Limited and Indofil as their global head for agrochemical formulations. He has authored/co-authored 36 articles in international journals and 19 patents. He received his Ph.D in physical chemistry from Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS) – a premiere research institute in India in 1993. Dr. Dutta has worked on various international post-doctoral fellowships in Japan, Canada and USA. His research interests include supramolecular assemblies, ultrathin nanostructured films, nanoparticles, novel surfactants, surfactant-polymer interactions, bio-membranes and spectroscopy of Langmuir-Blodgett films, tribology and rheology of complex systems.

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