Shengye Jin

Joseph T Hupp6
Omar K Farha6
Ho-Jin Son4
Gary P Wiederrecht4
6Joseph T Hupp
6Omar K Farha
4Ho-Jin Son
4Gary P Wiederrecht
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Given that energy (exciton) migration in natural photosynthesis primarily occurs in highly ordered porphyrin-like pigments (chlorophylls), equally highly ordered porphyrin-based metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) might be expected to exhibit similar behavior, thereby facilitating antenna-like light-harvesting and positioning such materials for use in solar(More)
We report the synthesis and characterization of two thin films (DA-MOF and L2-MOF) of porphyrin-based MOFs on functionalized surfaces using a layer-by-layer (LbL) approach. Profilometry measurements confirm that the film thickness increases systematically with number of growth cycles. Polarization excitation and fluorescence measurements indicate that the(More)
Because of their efficient energy-transport properties, porphyrin-based metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are attractive compounds for solar photochemistry applications. However, their absorption bands provide limited coverage in the visible spectral range for light-harvesting applications. We report here the functionalization of porphyrin-based MOFs with(More)
  • Shengye Jin, Erica Demarco, Michael J Pellin, Omar K Farha, Gary P Wiederrecht, Joseph T Hupp
  • 2013
Improvement of light harvesting in semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) is essential for the development of efficient QD-based solar energy conversion systems. In this study, plasmon-enhanced light absorption in CdSe QDs sensitized on silver (Ag) nanoparticle (NP) films was examined as a function of interparticle (QD to Ag NP) distance. Up to 24-fold plasmonic(More)
  • Shengye Jin, Mario Tagliazucchi, Ho-Jin Son, Rachel D Harris, Kenneth O Aruda, David J Weinberg +4 others
  • 2015
This paper describes the use of a phenyl bis(dithiocarbamate) (PBTC) linker to enhance the quantum yield of photoinduced electron transfer (eT) from a zinc porphyrin (ZnP) molecule (donor) to a CdSe quantum dot (QD) (acceptor), where quantum yield is defined as the fraction of photoexcited ZnP molecules in the sample that donate an electron to the QD. The(More)
Leaf normal distribution is an important structural characteristic of the forest canopy. Although terrestrial laser scanners (TLS) have potential for estimating canopy structural parameters, distinguishing between leaves and nonphotosynthetic structures to retrieve the leaf normal has been challenging. We used here an approach to accurately retrieve the(More)
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