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OPTOELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF SELF-ASSEMBLED BINARY PORPHYRIN NANOSTRUCTURES
Porphyrins are structurally similar to light harvesting chromophores found in nature and to active sites in hemoglobins. As such, materials made of porphyrins are useful in a variety of applications such as photovoltaics, ...
Application-driven studies of photomechanical materials
Deep brain stimulation therapy is a well-established medical procedure with well-documented benefits, but this procedure would be enhanced by a flexible therapy device that could bend when photoactivated. To this end, two ...
CVD GROWTH AND RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY STUDY OF VAN DER WAALS IN2SE3
Using micro-Raman spectroscopy and finite-element simulations, we determine the in-plane thermal conductivity of suspended two-dimensional single-crystal In2Se3 grown by chemical vapor deposition. The thermal conductivity ...
STUDY OF THE DYNAMICS OF THE MoO2-Mo2C SYSTEM FOR CATALYTIC PARTIAL OXIDATION REACTIONS
On a global scale, the energy demand is largely supplied by the combustion of non-renewable fossil fuels. However, their rapid depletion coupled with environmental and sustainability concerns are the main drivers to seek ...
SOLVENT-LIGAND-SURFACE INTERACTIONS OF NANOPARTICLES FOR APPLIED CATALYSIS
This work presents the research performed to understand solvent-ligand-nanoparticle interactions for applied catalysis. Dispersed gold nanoparticles can demonstrate greater catalytic activity than their supported counterparts ...