Karl Börjesson
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Strong light–matter interactions: a new direction within chemistry
M Hertzog, M Wang, J Mony, K Börjesson
Chemical Society Reviews 48 (3), 937-961, 2019
Molecular solar thermal (MOST) energy storage and release system
K Moth-Poulsen, D Ćoso, K Börjesson, N Vinokurov, SK Meier, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 5 (9), 8534-8537, 2012
Selective manipulation of electronically excited states through strong light–matter interactions
K Stranius, M Hertzog, K Börjesson
Nature communications 9 (1), 2273, 2018
Optically switchable transistors by simple incorporation of photochromic systems into small-molecule semiconducting matrices
ME Gemayel, K Börjesson, M Herder, DT Duong, JA Hutchison, C Ruzié, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 6330, 2015
Nucleic acid base analog FRET-pair facilitating detailed structural measurements in nucleic acid containing systems
K Borjesson, S Preus, AH El-Sagheer, T Brown, B Albinsson, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (12), 4288-4293, 2009
Characterization and use of an unprecedentedly bright and structurally non-perturbing fluorescent DNA base analogue
P Sandin, K Börjesson, H Li, J Mårtensson, T Brown, LM Wilhelmsson, ...
Nucleic acids research 36 (1), 157-167, 2008
Determining the photoisomerization quantum yield of photoswitchable molecules in solution and in the solid state
K Stranius, K Börjesson
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
Macroscopic heat release in a molecular solar thermal energy storage system
Z Wang, A Roffey, R Losantos, A Lennartson, M Jevric, AU Petersen, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 12 (1), 187-193, 2019
Photon upconversion facilitated molecular solar energy storage
K Börjesson, D Dzebo, B Albinsson, K Moth-Poulsen
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1 (30), 8521-8524, 2013
Exploring the potential of a hybrid device combining solar water heating and molecular solar thermal energy storage
A Dreos, K Börjesson, Z Wang, A Roffey, Z Norwood, D Kushnir, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 10 (3), 728-734, 2017
Low molecular weight norbornadiene derivatives for molecular solar‐thermal energy storage
M Quant, A Lennartson, A Dreos, M Kuisma, P Erhart, K Börjesson, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 22 (37), 13265-13274, 2016
Diaryl-substituted norbornadienes with red-shifted absorption for molecular solar thermal energy storage
V Gray, A Lennartson, P Ratanalert, K Börjesson, K Moth-Poulsen
Chemical communications 50 (40), 5330-5332, 2014
ACS Sustainable Chem
K Börjesson, A Lennartson, K Moth-Poulsen
Eng 1, 585-590, 2013
Functionalized DNA nanostructures for light harvesting and charge separation
B Albinsson, JK Hannestad, K Börjesson
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 256 (21-22), 2399-2413, 2012
UV light generation and challenging photoreactions enabled by upconversion in water
B Pfund, DM Steffen, MR Schreier, MS Bertrams, C Ye, K Börjesson, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 142 (23), 10468-10476, 2020
Annihilation versus excimer formation by the triplet pair in triplet–triplet annihilation photon upconversion
C Ye, V Gray, J Mårtensson, K Börjesson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (24), 9578-9584, 2019
Norbornadiene‐based photoswitches with exceptional combination of solar spectrum match and long‐term energy storage
M Jevric, AU Petersen, M Mansø, S Kumar Singh, Z Wang, A Dreos, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 24 (49), 12767-12772, 2018
Liquid norbornadiene photoswitches for solar energy storage
A Dreos, Z Wang, J Udmark, A Ström, P Erhart, K Börjesson, MB Nielsen, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 8 (18), 1703401, 2018
Unraveling factors leading to efficient norbornadiene–quadricyclane molecular solar-thermal energy storage systems
K Jorner, A Dreos, R Emanuelsson, O El Bakouri, IF Galvan, K Börjesson, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 5 (24), 12369-12378, 2017
Evaluating dihydroazulene/vinylheptafulvene photoswitches for solar energy storage applications
Z Wang, J Udmark, K Börjesson, R Rodrigues, A Roffey, M Abrahamsson, ...
ChemSusChem 10 (15), 3049-3055, 2017
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