Timothy Steckler

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Thia- and selena-diazole containing polymers for near-infrared light-emitting diodes

G. Tregnago, Timothy Steckler, O. Fenwick et al
Journal of Materials Chemistry C. Vol. 3 (12), p. 2792-2797
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Comparison of selenophene and thienothiophene incorporation into pentacyclic lactam-based conjugated polymers for organic solar cells

Renee Kroon, A. Melianas, Wenliu Zhuang et al
Polymer Chemistry. Vol. 6 (42), p. 7402-7409
Journal article

Very Low Band Gap Thiadiazoloquinoxaline Donor-Acceptor Polymers as Multi-tool Conjugated Polymers

Timothy Steckler, Patrik Henriksson, S. Mollinger et al
Journal of the American Chemical Society. Vol. 136 (4), p. 1190-1193
Journal article

Multifunctional materials for OFETs, LEFETs and NIR PLEDs

Timothy Steckler, M. J. Lee, Z. Chen et al
Journal of Materials Chemistry C. Vol. 2 (26), p. 5133-5141
Journal article

Near-Infrared Polymer Light-Emitting Diodes Based on Low-Energy Gap Oligomers Copolymerized into a High-Gap Polymer Host

Timothy Steckler, O. Fenwick, T. Lockwood et al
Macromolecular Rapid Communications. Vol. 34 (12), p. 990-996
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Efficient red electroluminescence from diketopyrrolopyrrole copolymerised with a polyfluorene

O. Fenwick, Sandra Fusco, T. N Baig et al
APL Materials. Vol. 1 (3), p. Art. no. 032108-
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Effect of electron-withdrawing side chain modifications on the optical properties of thiophene-quinoxaline acceptor based polymers

Renee Kroon, Angelica Lundin, Camilla Lindqvist et al
Polymer. Vol. 54 (4), p. 1285-1288
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New quinoxaline and pyridopyrazine-based polymers for solution-processable photovoltaics

Renee Kroon, R. Gehlhaar, Timothy Steckler et al
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells. Vol. 105, p. 280-286
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