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Higher Order Effects in Organic LEDs with Sub-bandgap Turn-on

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Sebastian Engmann, Adam J. Barito, Emily G. Bittle, Chris Giebink, Lee J. Richter, David J. Gundlach
Spin-dependent nonlinear processes in organic materials such as singlet-fission and triplet- triplet annihilation could increase the performance for

Electronic Properties and Structure of Single Crystal Perylene

Author(s)
Sujitra J. Pookpanratana, Katelyn Goetz, Emily G. Bittle, Hamna Haneef, Lin You, Christina A. Hacker, Steven W. Robey, Oana Jurchescu, Ruslan Ovsyannikov, Erika Giangrisostomi
The transport properties of electronic devices made from single crystalline molecular semiconductors outperform those composed of thin-films. To further

Electronic Structure of Single Crystal α-Perylene

Author(s)
Sujitra J. Pookpanratana, Katelyn Goetz, Ruslan Ovsyannikov, Erika Giangrisostomi, Emily G. Bittle, Oana Jurchescu, Steven W. Robey, Christina A. Hacker
In organic electronics, the highest estimated charge mobility in a device is typically achieved when the organic semiconductor is a single crystal. However, the

Non-volatile Memory Devices with Redox-active Diruthenium Molecular Compound

Author(s)
Sujitra J. Pookpanratana, Hao Zhu, Emily G. Bittle, Sean Natoli, Tong Ren, Curt A. Richter, Qiliang Li, Christina A. Hacker
Non-volatile Flash-based memory devices, which incorporate a novel redox-active diruthenium molecule, is demonstrated. The memory device is in a capacitor