nanoHUB-U: Physics of Electronic Polymers

nanoHUB-U: Physics of Electronic Polymers

Offering: Spring 2017 Section: Default

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  • Lecture 5.10: Course Review 1. Lecture 5.10: Course Review 0
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  • Polymer Samples Contain a Mixture of Chain Lengths 2. Polymer Samples Contain a Mixt… 16.616616616616618
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  • Polymers Will Always Contain Some Amorphous Domains 3. Polymers Will Always Contain S… 41.141141141141141
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  • Rod-Like Polymers Also Behave Differently in the Melt 4. Rod-Like Polymers Also Behave … 62.6292959626293
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  • Experimental Imaging of Crystallization-Induced Phase Separation 5. Experimental Imaging of Crysta… 80.413747080413756
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  • Percolation of Crystalline Domains Causes Rapid Mobility Increase 6. Percolation of Crystalline Dom… 107.04037370704037
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  • Various Interpretations of Domain Purity Exist 7. Various Interpretations of Dom… 124.82482482482483
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  • Polymer Thermoelectric Materials Can Overcome This Limitation 8. Polymer Thermoelectric Materia… 143.24324324324326
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  • Molecular Weight Impacts Crystal Sizes in P3HTs 9. Molecular Weight Impacts Cryst… 168.80213546880214
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  • P3EHT BCPs Can Be Used to Generate Nanostructured OPVs 10. P3EHT BCPs Can Be Used to Gene… 202.93626960293628
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  • Radical Polymers Break the Conjugated Polymer Paradigm 11. Radical Polymers Break the Con… 244.01067734401067
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  • Tailoring Secondary Molecular Effects Works as Well 12. Tailoring Secondary Molecular … 276.00934267600934
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  • OECT Interactions Lead to Enhanced Biological Sensing 13. OECT Interactions Lead to Enha… 323.35669002335669
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  • Organic Light-emitting Devices (OLEDs) Are Marketable 14. Organic Light-emitting Devices… 345.37871204537873
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