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Organic solar cells with carbon nanotubes replacing In2O3: Sn as the transparent electrode
J Van De Lagemaat, TM Barnes, G Rumbles, SE Shaheen, TJ Coutts, ...
Applied Physics Letters 88 (23), 2006
4842006
Photoconductivity of single-wall carbon nanotubes under continuous-wave near-infrared illumination
IA Levitsky, WB Euler
Applied Physics Letters 83 (9), 1857-1859, 2003
2002003
Energy Migration in a Poly (phenylene ethynylene): Determination of Interpolymer Transport in Anisotropic Langmuir− Blodgett Films
IA Levitsky, J Kim, TM Swager
Journal of the American Chemical Society 121 (7), 1466-1472, 1999
1831999
Emissive polymers and devices incorporating these polymers
TM Swager, JS Yang, V Williams, YJ Miao, CG Lugmair, IA Levitsky, J Kim, ...
US Patent 7,208,122, 2007
1332007
Porous silicon structures as optical gas sensors
IA Levitsky
Sensors 15 (8), 19968-19991, 2015
1282015
Exciton coupling and dipolar correlations in a columnar liquid crystal: photophysics of a bent-rod hexacatenar mesogen
IA Levitsky, K Kishikawa, SH Eichhorn, TM Swager
Journal of the American Chemical Society 122 (11), 2474-2479, 2000
1172000
Rational design of a Nile Red/polymer composite film for fluorescence sensing of organophosphonate vapors using hydrogen bond acidic polymers
I Levitsky, SG Krivoshlykov, JW Grate
Analytical chemistry 73 (14), 3441-3448, 2001
1122001
Hybrid solar cells based on single-walled carbon nanotubes/Si heterojunctions
PL Ong, WB Euler, IA Levitsky
Nanotechnology 21 (10), 105203, 2010
1112010
Structural Control in Thin Layers of Poly(p-phenyleneethynylene)s:  Photophysical Studies of Langmuir and Langmuir−Blodgett Films
J Kim, IA Levitsky, DT McQuade, TM Swager
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (26), 7710-7718, 2002
1102002
Replacement of Transparent Conductive Oxides by Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes in Cu(In,Ga)Se2-Based Solar Cells
MA Contreras, T Barnes, J van de Lagemaat, G Rumbles, TJ Coutts, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (38), 14045-14048, 2007
1082007
Fluorescent polymer-porous silicon microcavity devices for explosive detection
IA Levitsky, WB Euler, N Tokranova, A Rose
Applied Physics Letters 90 (4), 2007
1012007
Optical characterization of highly conductive single-wall carbon-nanotube transparent electrodes
TM Barnes, J Van de Lagemaat, D Levi, G Rumbles, TJ Coutts, CL Weeks, ...
Physical Review B 75 (23), 235410, 2007
952007
Organic/IV, III-V semiconductor hybrid solar cells
PL Ong, IA Levitsky
Energies 3 (3), 313-334, 2010
882010
Hybrid solar cells based on porous Si and copper phthalocyanine derivatives
IA Levitsky, WB Euler, N Tokranova, B Xu, J Castracane
Applied physics letters 85 (25), 6245-6247, 2004
852004
New chemical sensors based on point heterocontact between single wall carbon nanotubes and gold wires
GV Kamarchuk, IG Kolobov, AV Khotkevich, IK Yanson, AP Pospelov, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 134 (2), 1022-1026, 2008
572008
Achieving high mid‐IR bolometric responsivity for anisotropic composite materials from carbon nanotubes and polymers
AY Glamazda, VA Karachevtsev, WB Euler, IA Levitsky
Advanced Functional Materials 22 (10), 2177-2186, 2012
542012
Electromechanical actuation of composite material from carbon nanotubes and ionomeric polymer
IA Levitsky, P Kanelos, WB Euler
The Journal of chemical physics 121 (2), 1058-1065, 2004
542004
Deep infiltration of emissive polymers into mesoporous silicon microcavities: nanoscale confinement and advanced vapor sensing
NA Tokranova, SW Novak, J Castracane, IA Levitsky
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (44), 22667-22676, 2013
522013
Carbon nanotube-Si diode as a detector of mid-infrared illumination
PL Ong, WB Euler, IA Levitsky
Applied Physics Letters 96 (3), 2010
482010
Mass and Energy Transport in Conjugated Polymer Langmuir− Blodgett Films: Conductivity, Fluorescence, and UV− Vis Studies
IA Levitsky, J Kim, TM Swager
Macromolecules 34 (7), 2315-2319, 2001
382001
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