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1. Dithiol-based Modification of Poly(dopamine): Enabling Protein Resistance Via Short-Chain Ethylene Oxide Oligomers
Amit Vaish, David J Vanderah, Lee J Richter, Michael Dimitriou, Kristen L Steffens, Marlon L Walker
We present a facile strategy to modify poly(dopamine)(PDA)-coated substrates. Using thiol-terminated short chain ethylene oxide oligomers (OEG) under aqueous conditions, we explore the creation of a model surface exhibiting resistance to nonspecific ...
2. Attachment of a Reduction-Oxidative Active Diruthenium Compound to Au and Si Surfaces by ,ClickŠ
Sujitra Jeanie Pookpanratana, Joseph William Robertson, Curt A Richter, Christina Ann Hacker, Lee J Richter, Julia Savchenko, Steven Cummings, Tong Ren
We report the formation of molecular monolayers containing redox-active diruthenium(II,III) compound
to gold and silicon surfaces via ,clickŠ chemistry. The use of Cu-catalyzed azide-alkyne
cycloaddition enables modular design of molecular surfa ...
3. Probing charge recombination dynamics in organic photovoltaic devices at open circuit conditions
Lindsay Cc Elliott, James I. Basham, Kurt Pernstich, Pragya Rasmi Shrestha, Lee J Richter, Dean M DeLongchamp, David J Gundlach
4. Morphological origin of charge transport anisotropy in aligned polythiophene thin films
Brendan T. O'Connor, Obadiah G. Reid, Xinran Zhang, Regis J Kline, Lee J Richter, David J Gundlach, Dean M DeLongchamp, Michael F. Toney, Nikos Kopidakis, Garry Rumbles
The morphological origin of anisotropic charge transport in uniaxially strain aligned poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) films is investigated. The macroscale field effect mobility anisotropy is measured in an organic thin film transistor (OTFT) configura ...
5. Ellipsometric characterization of advance properties in conjugated polymer films
Lee J Richter, Mariano Campoy Quiles
Conjugated polymers are attracting worldwide attention due to the cost-effective and low thermal budget processing traits of plastics combined with their potential as the active layer in advanced electronic, optoelectronic and energy harvesting appli ...
6. Nonlinear Vibrational Spectrometry
Lee J Richter
Second order nonlinear spectroscopies such as sum frequency generation (SFG) are intrinsically interface sensitive and enable sub monolayer sensitivity to be achieved at buried, optically accessible interfaces. Vibrationally-resonant SFG allows bond ...
7. Vertically Segregated Structure and Properties of small molecule-polymer blend semiconductors for organic thin film transistors
Nayool Shin, Dean M DeLongchamp, Jihoon Kang, Regis J Kline, Lee J Richter, Vivek M Prabhu, Balaji Purushothamanc, John E Anthony, Do Y Yoon
The phase-segregated structure and the electrical properties of thin film blends of the small-molecule semiconductor fluorinated 5,11-bis(triethylsilylethynyl) anthradithiophene with insulating binder polymers were studied for organic thin film trans ...
8. 3-Aminopropyltriethoxysilane Functionalization and Biotinylation of 4H-SiC for Immobilization of Streptavidin
Elissa H Williams, Albert Davydov, John A Schreifels, Mulpuri V. Rao, Abhishek Motayed, Siddarth Sundaresan, Peter Bocchini, Lee J Richter, Gheorghe Stan, Kristen L Steffens, Rebecca A Zangmeister
(0001) 4H-SiC was functionalized with 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane (APTES) and subsequently biotinylated for the immobilization of streptavidin. Atomic force microscopy (AFM), x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), ellipsometry, fluorescence microsc ...
9. Surface Plasmon Polariton Raman Microscopy
Hae-Wook Yoo, Lee J Richter, Hee-Tae Jung, Chris A Michaels
We report surface plasmon polariton (SPP) mediated Raman microscopy on dielectric films in contact with a Ag layer at 785 nm with spatial resolution approaching the optical diffraction limit and reasonable spectral acquisition times. The excitation ...
10. A synchrotron beamline for extreme-ultraviolet photoresist testing
Charles S Tarrio, Steven E Grantham, Shannon Bradley Hill, Nadir S. Faradzhev, Lee J Richter, Chester Knurek, Thomas B Lucatorto
Before being used in an extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) scanner, photoresists must first be evaluated for sensitivity and tested to ensure that they will not contaminate the scanner optics. The new NIST facility described here provides data on the contami ...