2020 Volume 61 Issue 8 Pages 1422-1429
This paper presents a unified view on applied nanomaterials that have been developed for a group of organic optoelectronic devices such as Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs), Solar Cells (OSCs) and Gas Sensors (OGSs). From recent references, included our unpublished one, it has been demonstrated that nanostructured particles of metals, semiconductors, and oxides in conducting polymers embedded in conducting polymers have significantly contributed to improving both the performance parameters and working time of devices. The presence of inorganic nanoparticles in polymeric matrices has strongly influenced all physical properties of the polymers. However, herein the most interesting properties of OLEDs, OSCs, and OGSs are of electro-luminescence, photo-electrical conversion, and gas sensing, respectively. A publication has been seen regarding the nanostructured materials used for the fabrication of nanocomposite devices which aim at different practical purposes.