nanoHUB-U: Physics of Electronic Polymers

nanoHUB-U: Physics of Electronic Polymers

Offering: Spring 2017 Section: Default

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  • Lecture 4.7: Solving the Fibril Issue in P3AT Block Polymers 1. Lecture 4.7: Solving the Fibri… 0
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  • P3EHT BCPs Can Be Used to Generate Nanostructured OPVs 2. P3EHT BCPs Can Be Used to Gene… 48.815482148815484
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  • Strong Crystallization Forces can Override Self-Assembly 3. Strong Crystallization Forces … 90.423757090423763
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  • Functional Block Copolymer Self-Assembly More Complicated 4. Functional Block Copolymer Sel… 164.03069736403072
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  • Examples of P3EHT Block Copolymer Microphase Separation 5. Examples of P3EHT Block Copoly… 213.61361361361361
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  • P3EHT-PLA Block Copolymers Retain Crystallinity 6. P3EHT-PLA Block Copolymers Ret… 341.94194194194193
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L4.7: Solving the Fibril Issue in P3AT Block Polymers

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