Top 5 Customer Research Articles – September 2019
Edinburgh Instruments customers used their fluorescence spectrometers for a diverse range of research in the month of September. Below is a collection of some interesting papers published in the past 30 days.
Wavelength-Dependent Energy and Charge Transfer in MOF: A Step towards Artificial Porous Light-Harvesting System
Xinlin Li, Jierui Yu, David J Gosztola, Harry Christopher Fry, & Pravas Deria
Journal of the American Chemical Society
Narrowband Organic Light‐Emitting Diodes for Fluorescence Microscopy and Calcium Imaging
Caroline Murawski, Andreas Mischok, Jonathan Booth, Jothi Dinesh Kumar, Emily Archer, Laura Tropf, Chang‐Min Keum, Ya‐Li Deng, Kou Yoshida, Ifor D. W. Samuel, Marcel Schubert, Stefan R. Pulver, & Malte C. Gather
Monolithic all-perovskite tandem solar cells with 24.8% efficiency exploiting comproportionation to suppress Sn(ii) oxidation in precursor ink
Renxing Lin, Ke Xiao, Zhengyuan Qin, Qiaolei Han, Chunfeng Zhang, Mingyang Wei, Makhsud I. Saidaminov, Yuan Gao, Jun Xu, Min Xiao, Aidong Li, Jia Zhu, Edward H. Sargent, & Hairen Tan
Multiplicity conversion based on intramolecular triplet-to-singlet energy transfer
A. Cravcenco, M. Hertzog, C. Ye, M. N. Iqbal, U. Mueller, L. Eriksson, K. Börjesson
Investigation on Thermally Induced Efficiency Roll-Off: Towards Efficient and Ultra-Bright Quantum-Dot Light-Emitting Diodes
Yizhe Sun, Qiang Su, Heng Zhang, Fei Wang, Shengdong Zhang, & Shuming Chen
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