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Efficient Blue-Light-Emitting Polymer Heterostructure Devices: The Fabrication of Multilayer Structures from Orthogonal Solvents

08-Mar-2010 | Stefan Sax, Nicole Rugen-Penkalla, Alfred Neuhold, Sebastian Schuh, Egbert Zojer, Emil J. W. List, Klaus Müllen, Advanced Materials, 2010

An all-solution processed organic light-emitting diode with enhanced device efficiency based on an additional methanol-soluble polyfluorene layer (see figure) with nonionic ethylene glycol side chains is presented. Due to an asymmetric shift of the energy levels at the polymer/polymer interface ...


Hydrogen Storage in Metal-Organic Frameworks

13-Jan-2010 | Yun Hang Hu, Lei Zhang, Advanced Materials, 2010

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are highly attractive materials because of their ultra-high surface areas, simple preparation approaches, designable structures, and potential applications. In the past several years, MOFs have attracted worldwide attention in the area of hydrogen energy, ...


Top‐Gate Organic Thin‐Film Transistors Constructed by a General Lamination Approach

01-Jan-2010 | Lei Zhang, Chong-an Di, Yan Zhao, Yunlong Guo, Xiangnan Sun, Yugeng Wen, Weiyi Zhou, Xiaowei Zhan, Gui Yu, Yunqi Liu ..., Advanced Materials, 2010

The lamination method, an effective way to fabricate multilayer devices, is successfully applied in the fabrication of top‐gate organic thin‐film transitors (OTFTs), especially the solution‐processed devices. The fabricated top‐gate devices exhibit both high performance and good stability.


Three‐Dimensional Printing of Interconnects by Laser Direct‐Write of Silver Nanopastes

01-Jan-2010 | Jiwen Wang; Raymond C. Y. Auyeung; Heungsoo Kim; Nicholas A. Charipar; Alberto Piqué, Advanced Materials, 2010

A novel non‐contact 3‐dimensional laser direct‐write process is demonstrated. Freestanding silver interconnects with various widths (8–75 μm), loop heights (1–10 μm), and bond lengths (8–100 μm) are printed on various substrates. We demonstrate the capability of this technology for ultrafine ...


Photoreactivity Preservation of AgBr Nanowires in Confined Nanospaces

01-Jan-2010 | Keita Kobayashi, Kazu Suenaga, Takeshi Saito, Hisanori Shinohara, Sumio Iijima; Keita Kobayashi; Kazu Suenaga; Takes ..., Advanced Materials, 2010

AgBr nanowires within single‐wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) are extremely stable even under UV laser light illumination. The structure of AgBr nanowires within SWCNTs, which was confirmed by transmission electron microscopy, inhibits photoreduction to Ag by preventing the migration of Br atoms. ...


Metamaterial Silk Composites at Terahertz Frequencies

01-Jan-2010 | Hu Tao, Jason J. Amsden, Andrew C. Strikwerda, Kebin Fan, David L. Kaplan, Xin Zhang, Richard D. Averitt, Fiorenzo G ..., Advanced Materials, 2010

Fabrication and characterization of the first large area metamaterial structures patterned on free‐standing biocompatible silk substrates is reported. Strong resonance responses at terahertz frequencies are shown, providing a promising path towards the development a new class of ...


Air‐Stable Solution‐Processed Hybrid Transistors with Hole and Electron Mobilities Exceeding 2 cm2 V−1 s−1

01-Jan-2010 | Jeremy Smith, Aneeqa Bashir, George Adamopoulos, John E. Anthony, Donal D. C. Bradley, Martin Heeney, Iain McCulloch ..., Advanced Materials, 2010

An alternative approach for the development of high‐performance unipolar and ambipolar thin‐film transistors and integrated circuits based on hybrid heterostructures comprising a phase‐separated solution processed p‐type organic small‐molecule:polymer semicondcutor blend and a spray‐coated n‐type ...



03-Sep-2009 | Walsh, Dominic, Advanced Materials, 2009

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