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- Lee, Kyung
Min, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- ACS applied materials 2016 v.8 no.41 pp. 28040-28046
- Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy; batteries; electric power; energy use and consumption; industry; liquid crystals; mechanical properties; polymerization; polymers; ultraviolet radiation
- ... Liquid crystal monomers are widely employed in industry to prepare optical compensating films as well as extend or enhance the properties of certain display modes. Because of the thermotropic nature of liquid crystalline materials, polymerization of liquid crystalline monomers (sometimes referred to as reactive mesogens) is often initiated by radical photoinitiation (photopolymerization) of (meth) ...
- Lee, Kyung Min, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2017 v.9 no.20 pp. 17435-17448
- crosslinking; films (materials); mechanical properties; modulus of elasticity; nanocomposites; optical properties; polymerization; polymers; quantum dots; separation; thiols; ultraviolet radiation
- ... This work demonstrates a facile and versatile method for generating low scattering cross-linked quantum dot (QD)–polymer composite films and patterned highly emissive structures with ultrahigh QD loading, minimal phase separation, and tunable mechanical properties. Uniform QD–polymer films are fabricated using thiol–ene chemistry, in which cross-linked polymer networks are rapidly produced in ambi ...
- Lee, Kyung Min, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2013 v.110 no.47 pp. 18792-18797
- composite materials; irradiation; liquid crystals; mechanical properties; mixers; models; polymers
- ... Photomechanical effects in polymeric materials and composites transduce light into mechanical work. The ability to control the intensity, polarization, placement, and duration of light irradiation is a distinctive and potentially useful tool to tailor the location, magnitude, and directionality of photogenerated mechanical work. Unfortunately, the work generated from photoresponsive materials is o ...
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