Ivan Aprahamian

Chemistry Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, United States 
i) novel molecular machines and switches, and ii) lithium-containing and -pillared carbon based materials (CBMs)
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Susnata Pramanik grad student
Xin Su grad student 2009-2013 Dartmouth
Justin T. Foy grad student 2014 Dartmouth
Hai Qian grad student 2018
Debdas Ray post-doc 2011-2012 Dartmouth
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Iagatti A, Shao B, Credi A, et al. (2019) Ultrafast processes triggered by one- and two-photon excitation of a photochromic and luminescent hydrazone. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry. 15: 2438-2446
Zheng LQ, Yang S, Lan J, et al. (2019) Solution phase and surface photoisomerization of a hydrazone switch with long thermal half-life. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Shao B, Stankewitz N, Morris JA, et al. (2019) White-light emission from a structurally simple hydrazone. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
Shao B, Qian H, Li Q, et al. (2019) Structure Property Analysis of the Solution and Solid-State Properties of Bistable Photochromic Hydrazones. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Ryabchun A, Li Q, Lancia F, et al. (2019) Shape-Persistent Actuators from Hydrazone Photoswitches. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Shao B, Baroncini M, Qian H, et al. (2018) Solution and Solid-State Emission Toggling of a Photochromic Hydrazone. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Li Q, Qian H, Shao B, et al. (2018) Building Strain with Large Macrocycles and using it to Tune the Thermal Half-Lives of Hydrazone Photochromes. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Qian H, Pramanik S, Aprahamian I. (2017) Photochromic Hydrazone Switches with Extremely Long Thermal Half-Lives. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Qian H, Wang YY, Guo DS, et al. (2017) Controlling the Isomerization Rate of an Azo-BF2 Switch using Aggregation. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Qian H, Cousins ME, Horak EH, et al. (2017) Suppression of Kasha's rule as a mechanism for fluorescent molecular rotors and aggregation-induced emission. Nature Chemistry. 9: 83-87
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