Carol Newby, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
2014 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Area:
Materials Science Engineering, Polymer Chemistry

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2018 Newby C, Piachaud T, Vaynzof Y, Lee JK, Jung SH, Sadhanala A, Ober CK, Friend RH. Electroluminescence from solution-processed pinhole-free nm-thickness layers of conjugated polymers. Nano Letters. PMID 30070851 DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.8b01084  0.68
2013 Midthun KM, Taylor PG, Newby C, Chatzichristidi M, Petrou PS, Lee JK, Kakabakos SE, Baird BA, Ober CK. Orthogonal patterning of multiple biomolecules using an organic fluorinated resist and imprint lithography. Biomacromolecules. 14: 993-1002. PMID 23439033 DOI: 10.1021/bm301783t  0.68
2013 Newby C, Lee JK, Ober CK. Inkjet printing of fluorinated materials and their application to patterning organic semiconductors Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 1: 5647-5653. DOI: 10.1039/c3tc31118j  0.68
2013 Newby C, Lee JK, Ober CK. The solvent problem: Redissolution of macromolecules in solution-processed organic electronics Macromolecular Research. 21: 248-256. DOI: 10.1007/s13233-013-1129-z  0.68
2012 Gwinner MC, Brenner TJK, Lee JK, Newby C, Ober CK, McNeill CR, Sirringhaus H. Organic field-effect transistors and solar cells using novel high electron-affinity conjugated copolymers based on alkylbenzotriazole and benzothiadiazole Journal of Materials Chemistry. 22: 4436-4439. DOI: 10.1039/c2jm15715b  0.68
2011 Lee JK, Gwinner MC, Berger R, Newby C, Zentel R, Friend RH, Sirringhaus H, Ober CK. High-performance electron-transporting polymers derived from a heteroaryl bis(trifluoroborate). Journal of the American Chemical Society. 133: 9949-51. PMID 21648485 DOI: 10.1021/ja201485p  0.68
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