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Electron transfer in a new highly conducting donor-acceptor complex
J Ferraris, DO Cowan, V Walatka, JH Perlstein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 95 (3), 948-949, 1973
22641973
Super-tough carbon-nanotube fibres
AB Dalton, S Collins, E Muņoz, JM Razal, VH Ebron, JP Ferraris, ...
Nature 423 (6941), 703-703, 2003
20132003
Molecular sieving realized with ZIF-8/MatrimidŽ mixed-matrix membranes
MJC Ordonez, KJ Balkus Jr, JP Ferraris, IH Musselman
Journal of Membrane Science 361 (1-2), 28-37, 2010
9472010
Conducting polymers as active materials in electrochemical capacitors
A Rudge, J Davey, I Raistrick, S Gottesfeld, JP Ferraris
Journal of power sources 47 (1-2), 89-107, 1994
9451994
Controlling Schottky energy barriers in organic electronic devices using self-assembled monolayers
IH Campbell, S Rubin, TA Zawodzinski, JD Kress, RL Martin, DL Smith, ...
Physical Review B 54 (20), R14321, 1996
7311996
Mixed-matrix membranes containing MOF-5 for gas separations
EV Perez, KJ Balkus Jr, JP Ferraris, IH Musselman
Journal of Membrane Science 328 (1-2), 165-173, 2009
6652009
Direct measurement of conjugated polymer electronic excitation energies using metal/polymer/metal structures
IH Campbell, TW Hagler, DL Smith, JP Ferraris
Physical review letters 76 (11), 1900, 1996
6291996
Controlling charge injection in organic electronic devices using self-assembled monolayers
IH Campbell, JD Kress, RL Martin, DL Smith, NN Barashkov, JP Ferraris
Applied Physics Letters 71 (24), 3528-3530, 1997
5671997
A study of the electrochemical properties of conducting polymers for application in electrochemical capacitors
A Rudge, I Raistrick, S Gottesfeld, JP Ferraris
Electrochimica Acta 39 (2), 273-287, 1994
5521994
Harvesting waste thermal energy using a carbon-nanotube-based thermo-electrochemical cell
R Hu, BA Cola, N Haram, JN Barisci, S Lee, S Stoughton, G Wallace, ...
Nano letters 10 (3), 838-846, 2010
5222010
Gas permeability properties of MatrimidŽ membranes containing the metal-organic framework Cu–BPY–HFS
Y Zhang, IH Musselman, JP Ferraris, KJ Balkus Jr
Journal of Membrane Science 313 (1-2), 170-181, 2008
4452008
Vanadium oxide nanowire–carbon nanotube binder‐free flexible electrodes for supercapacitors
SD Perera, B Patel, N Nijem, K Roodenko, O Seitz, JP Ferraris, YJ Chabal, ...
Advanced Energy Materials 1 (5), 936-945, 2011
3642011
Heterogeneous electron-transfer kinetics for ruthenium and ferrocene redox moieties through alkanethiol monolayers on gold
JF Smalley, HO Finklea, CED Chidsey, MR Linford, SE Creager, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (7), 2004-2013, 2003
3432003
Continuous carbon nanotube composite fibers: properties, potential applications, and problems
AB Dalton, S Collins, J Razal, E Munoz, VH Ebron, BG Kim, JN Coleman, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry 14 (1), 1-3, 2004
3252004
Electrospun MEH-PPV/SBA-15 composite nanofibers using a dual syringe method
S Madhugiri, A Dalton, J Gutierrez, JP Ferraris, KJ Balkus
Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (47), 14531-14538, 2003
3142003
Electrospun mesoporous titanium dioxide fibers
S Madhugiri, B Sun, PG Smirniotis, JP Ferraris, KJ Balkus Jr
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 69 (1-2), 77-83, 2004
2892004
MEH-PPV: improved synthetic procedure and molecular weight control
CJ Neef, JP Ferraris
Macromolecules 33 (7), 2311-2314, 2000
2772000
Requirements for an" organic metal".
G Saito, JP Ferraris
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan 53 (8), 2141-2145, 1980
2421980
Gas permeability properties of polysulfone membranes containing the mesoporous molecular sieve MCM-41
BD Reid, FA Ruiz-Trevino, IH Musselman, KJ Balkus, JP Ferraris
Chemistry of materials 13 (7), 2366-2373, 2001
2322001
Surface cross-linking of ZIF-8/polyimide mixed matrix membranes (MMMs) for gas separation
SN Wijenayake, NP Panapitiya, SH Versteeg, CN Nguyen, S Goel, ...
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 52 (21), 6991-7001, 2013
2132013
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