Aaron Fafarman

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Small Molecule Drug Discovery Chiron Corp. 
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Dillon AD, Ghidiu MJ, Krick AL, et al. (2016) Highly Conductive Optical Quality Solution-Processed Films of 2D Titanium Carbide Advanced Functional Materials. 26: 4162-4168
Turk ME, Vora PM, Fafarman AT, et al. (2015) Ultrafast electron trapping in ligand-exchanged quantum dot assemblies. Acs Nano. 9: 1440-7
Turk ME, Choi JH, Oh SJ, et al. (2014) Gate-induced carrier delocalization in quantum dot field effect transistors. Nano Letters. 14: 5948-52
Fafarman AT, Hong SH, Oh SJ, et al. (2014) Air-stable, nanostructured electronic and plasmonic materials from solution-processable, silver nanocrystal building blocks. Acs Nano. 8: 2746-54
Kim DK, Fafarman AT, Diroll BT, et al. (2013) Solution-based stoichiometric control over charge transport in nanocrystalline CdSe devices. Acs Nano. 7: 8760-70
Choi JH, Oh SJ, Lai Y, et al. (2013) In situ repair of high-performance, flexible nanocrystal electronics for large-area fabrication and operation in air. Acs Nano. 7: 8275-83
Sigala PA, Fafarman AT, Schwans JP, et al. (2013) Quantitative dissection of hydrogen bond-mediated proton transfer in the ketosteroid isomerase active site. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: E2552-61
Fafarman AT, Hong SH, Caglayan H, et al. (2013) Chemically tailored dielectric-to-metal transition for the design of metamaterials from nanoimprinted colloidal nanocrystals. Nano Letters. 13: 350-7
Saboktakin M, Ye X, Oh SJ, et al. (2012) Metal-enhanced upconversion luminescence tunable through metal nanoparticle-nanophosphor separation. Acs Nano. 6: 8758-66
Choi JH, Fafarman AT, Oh SJ, et al. (2012) Bandlike transport in strongly coupled and doped quantum dot solids: a route to high-performance thin-film electronics. Nano Letters. 12: 2631-8
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