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R. Di Pietro, I. Nasrallah, J. Carpenter, E. Gann, L.S. Koelln, L. Thomsen, D. Venkateshvaran, K.A. O'Hara, A. Sadhanala, M.L. Chabinyc et al. "Coulomb Enhanced Charge Transport in Semicrystalline Polymer Semiconductors." ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS 26 (2016): 8011-8022.
DeCrescent, Ryan A., Naveen R. Venkatesan, Clayton J. Dahlman, Rhys M. Kennard, Xie Zhang, Wenhao Li, Xinhong Du, Michael L. Chabinyc, Rashid Zia, and Jon A. Schuller. "Bright magnetic dipole radiation from two-dimensional lead-halide perovskites." Science Advances 6 (2020): eaay4900.
DeCrescent, Ryan A., Naveen R. Venkatesan, Clayton J. Dahlman, Rhys M. Kennard, Michael L. Chabinyc, and Jon A. Schuller. "Optical Constants and Effective-Medium Origins of Large Optical Anisotropies in Layered Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Perovskites." ACS Nano (2019).
R.A. DeCrescent, S.J. Brown, R.A. Schlitz, M.L. Chabinyc, and J.A. Schuller. "Model-blind characterization of thin-film optical constants with momentum-resolved reflectometry." OPTICS EXPRESS 24 (2016): 28843-28858.
B.J.T. de Villers, Roderick C. I. MacKenzie, J.J. Jasieniak, N.D. Treat, and M.L. Chabinyc. "Linking Vertical Bulk-Heterojunction Composition and Transient Photocurrent Dynamics in Organic Solar Cells with Solution- Processed MoO x Contact Layers." ADVANCED ENERGY MATERIALS 4 (2014): 1301290.
B.J.T. de Villers, K.A. O'Hara, D.P. Ostrowski, P.H. Biddle, S.E. Shaheen, M.L. Chabinyc, D.C. Olson, and N. Kopidakis. "Removal of Residual Diiodooctane Improves Photostability of High-Performance Organic Solar Cell Polymers." CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS 28 (2016): 876-884.
Dahlman, Clayton J., Ryan A. DeCrescent, Naveen R. Venkatesan, Rhys M. Kennard, Guang Wu, Michael A. Everest, Jon A. Schuller, and Michael L. Chabinyc. "Controlling Solvate Intermediate Growth for Phase-Pure Organic Lead Iodide Ruddlesden–Popper (C4H9NH3)2(CH3NH3)n−1PbnI3n+1 Perovskite Thin Films." Chemistry of Materials 31 (2019): 5832-5844.