Andrew Yankovich

Researcher at Nano and Biophysics

Showing 8 publications


Ground-state electron transfer in all-polymer donor-acceptor heterojunctions

Kai Xu, Hengda Sun, Tero Petri Ruoko et al
Nature Materials. Vol. In Press
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Visualizing Spatial Variations of Plasmon-Exciton Polaritons at the Nanoscale Using Electron Microscopy

Andrew Yankovich, Battulga Munkhbat, Denis Baranov et al
Nano Letters
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Optimizing Nanostructure Size to Yield High Raman Signal Enhancement by Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy

Yitian Zeng, Steven Madsen, Andrew Yankovich et al
Microscopy and Microanalysis. Vol. 25, p. 610-611
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Influence of atomic site-specific strain on catalytic activity of supported nanoparticles

Torben Nilsson Pingel, Mikkel Jørgensen, Andrew Yankovich et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 9
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Strong Light-Matter Coupling between Plasmons in Individual Gold Bi-pyramids and Excitons in Mono- and Multilayer WSe2

Michael Stührenberg, Battulga Munkhbat, Denis Baranov et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 18 (9), p. 5938-5945
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Metasurfaces and Colloidal Suspensions Composed of 3D Chiral Si Nanoresonators

Ruggero Verre, Lei Shao, Nils Odebo Länk et al
Advanced Materials. Vol. 29 (29)
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Multidimensional Hybridization of Dark Surface Plasmons

Andrew Yankovich, Ruggero Verre, Erik Olsén et al
ACS Nano. Vol. 11 (4), p. 4265-4274
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Counterintuitive Reconstruction of the Polar O-Terminated ZnO Surface with Zinc Vacancies and Hydrogen

R. Jacobs, B. Zheng, B. Puchala et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry A. Vol. 7 (22), p. 4483-4487
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