Patrik G. Johansson, Ph.D.

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2012 Chemistry Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
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photodriven electron and energy transfer in inorganic coordination compounds and extended solids
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Gerald J. Meyer grad student 2012 Johns Hopkins
 (Photoinduced charge transfer processes: Charge separation and recombination at sensitized titanium dioxide interfaces with phenylenethynylene bridged ruthenium(II)-sensitizers.)
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O'Donnell RM, Sampaio RN, Li G, et al. (2016) Photo-Acidic and Photo-Basic Behavior of Transition Metal Compounds with Carboxylic Acid Group(s). Journal of the American Chemical Society
Johansson PG, Kopecky A, Galoppini E, et al. (2013) Distance dependent electron transfer at TiO2 interfaces sensitized with phenylene ethynylene bridged Ru(II)-isothiocyanate compounds. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 135: 8331-41
O'Donnell RM, Johansson PG, Abrahamsson M, et al. (2013) Excited-state relaxation of ruthenium polypyridyl compounds relevant to dye-sensitized solar cells. Inorganic Chemistry. 52: 6839-48
Hu K, Robson KC, Johansson PG, et al. (2012) Intramolecular hole transfer at sensitized TiO2 interfaces. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 134: 8352-5
Johansson PG, Rowley JG, Taheri A, et al. (2011) Long-wavelength sensitization of TiO2 by ruthenium diimine compounds with low-lying π* orbitals. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids. 27: 14522-31
Johansson PG, Zhang Y, Abrahamsson M, et al. (2011) Slow excited state injection and charge recombination at star-shaped ruthenium polypyridyl compounds--TiO2 interfaces. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 47: 6410-2
Abrahamsson M, Johansson PG, Ardo S, et al. (2010) Decreased interfacial charge recombination rate constants with N3-type sensitizers Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 1: 1725-1728
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