John R. Reynolds
John R. Reynolds
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia
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Handbook of Conducting Polymers, 2 Volume Set
TA Skotheim, J Reynolds
CRC press, 2007
Poly (3, 4‐ethylenedioxythiophene) and its derivatives: past, present, and future
L Groenendaal, F Jonas, D Freitag, H Pielartzik, JR Reynolds
Advanced materials 12 (7), 481-494, 2000
Transparent, conductive carbon nanotube films
Z Wu, Z Chen, X Du, JM Logan, J Sippel, M Nikolou, K Kamaras, ...
Science 305 (5688), 1273-1276, 2004
Color control in π-conjugated organic polymers for use in electrochromic devices
PM Beaujuge, JR Reynolds
Chemical reviews 110 (1), 268-320, 2010
Electrochemistry of poly (3, 4‐alkylenedioxythiophene) derivatives
L Groenendaal, G Zotti, PH Aubert, SM Waybright, JR Reynolds
Advanced Materials 15 (11), 855-879, 2003
Electrochromic organic and polymeric materials for display applications
RJ Mortimer, AL Dyer, JR Reynolds
Displays 27 (1), 2-18, 2006
High-efficiency inverted dithienogermole–thienopyrrolodione-based polymer solar cells
CE Small, S Chen, J Subbiah, CM Amb, SW Tsang, TH Lai, JR Reynolds, ...
Nature Photonics 6 (2), 115, 2012
Multicolored electrochromism in polymers: structures and devices
AA Argun, PH Aubert, BC Thompson, I Schwendeman, CL Gaupp, ...
Chemistry of Materials 16 (23), 4401-4412, 2004
Dithienogermole as a fused electron donor in bulk heterojunction solar cells
CM Amb, S Chen, KR Graham, J Subbiah, CE Small, F So, JR Reynolds
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (26), 10062-10065, 2011
Conjugated polyelectrolytes: synthesis, photophysics, and applications
H Jiang, P Taranekar, JR Reynolds, KS Schanze
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (24), 4300-4316, 2009
Spectral engineering in π-conjugated polymers with intramolecular donor− acceptor interactions
PM Beaujuge, CM Amb, JR Reynolds
Accounts of chemical research 43 (11), 1396-1407, 2010
High contrast ratio and fast-switching dual polymer electrochromic devices
SA Sapp, GA Sotzing, JR Reynolds
Chemistry of Materials 10 (8), 2101-2108, 1998
Conducting poly (3, 4-alkylenedioxythiophene) derivatives as fast electrochromics with high-contrast ratios
A Kumar, DM Welsh, MC Morvant, F Piroux, KA Abboud, JR Reynolds
Chemistry of Materials 10 (3), 896-902, 1998
The donor–acceptor approach allows a black-to-transmissive switching polymeric electrochrome
PM Beaujuge, S Ellinger, JR Reynolds
Nature materials 7 (10), 795-799, 2008
Synthesis of isoindigo-based oligothiophenes for molecular bulk heterojunction solar cells
J Mei, KR Graham, R Stalder, JR Reynolds
Organic letters 12 (4), 660-663, 2010
The first truly all‐polymer electrochromic devices
AA Argun, A Cirpan, JR Reynolds
Advanced Materials 15 (16), 1338-1341, 2003
Enhanced contrast ratios and rapid switching in electrochromics based on poly (3, 4‐propylenedioxythiophene) derivatives
DM Welsh, A Kumar, EW Meijer, JR Reynolds
Advanced Materials 11 (16), 1379-1382, 1999
Solution‐processed nickel oxide hole transport layers in high efficiency polymer photovoltaic cells
JR Manders, SW Tsang, MJ Hartel, TH Lai, S Chen, CM Amb, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 23 (23), 2993-3001, 2013
Soluble narrow band gap and blue propylenedioxythiophene-cyanovinylene polymers as multifunctional materials for photovoltaic and electrochromic applications
BC Thompson, YG Kim, TD McCarley, JR Reynolds
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (39), 12714-12725, 2006
Electrochromic conducting polymers via electrochemical polymerization of bis (2-(3, 4-ethylenedioxy) thienyl) monomers
GA Sotzing, JR Reynolds, PJ Steel
Chemistry of Materials 8 (4), 882-889, 1996
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