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Showing 22 result(s) for "Optronics/Photonics"



A nanowire that overcomes defect formation normally found in LEDs, leading to higher charge density.

A family of compounds that can be used as catalysts in asymmetric synthesis.

A novel method of fabricating a polymer-based electroluminescent device that is capable of emitting light with two or more independent colors at room temperature.

Stretchable, flexible, conformal multilayer electronics and antennas based on polymer substrate and metal, conductive material coated fibers.

Novel methods for the synthesis of electrically conductive polymers and oligomers for their use in electronic devices.

Couplers that attach light from optical fiber to a silicon photonic integrated circuit at any location on the surface of the circuit.

Synthesis of light emitting polymeric material and construction of a bilayer or multilayer electroluminescent device.

A new method of controlled chemical vapor deposition growth of carbon single-walled nanotubes on an optimized nanocatalyst.

Magnetically tunable structure that provides a controlled splitting and steering of light.

A new method of controlled chemical vapor deposition growth of carbon single-walled nanotubes on an optimized catalyst.