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Parallel synthesis together with high‐throughput screening was used to identify candidate materials for integrated circuit applications that demand a superior high permittivity dielectric thin film. Specifically, we developed a “continuous‐composition spread” (CCS) technique to synthesize...
Phosphors are key materials in fluorescent lighting, displays, x‐ray scintillation, etc. The rapid development of modern photonic technologies, e.g., mercury‐free lamps, flat panel displays, CT‐detector array, etc., demands timely discovery of advanced phosphors. To this end, a...
We consider the application of high‐throughput experimentation (HTE), including combinatorial methods, to catalyst discovery and early‐phase optimization. While combinatorial‐ and parallel‐testing methods have an already substantial history in catalysis, recent work by several groups...
Combinatorial materials synthesis methods and high‐throughput evaluation techniques have been developed to accelerate the process of materials discovery and optimization and phase‐diagram mapping. Analogous to integrated circuit chips, integrated materials chips containing thousands of...
The design and utility of a family of isocyanate functionalized branched monomers, as well as others, are described. Use of these monomers in logical combinations for the construction of branched architectures leads to the formation of unique, asymmetric dendritic species possessing multiple...
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