Shusen Kang

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Rapid and covalent layer-by-layer (LbL) assembly is of significance for practical applications because of superior chemical and mechanical stability. The electrochemical LbL assembly via an accelerating trigger can be automated and programmable in response to electrical signals to in situ fabricate covalently layered thin films with chemical and mechanical(More)
We present an economical route to achieve an all-solution and vacuum-deposition free device for fabrication of both the photoactive layer and the electrode. This low cost strategy offers a wide range of possibilities in terms of chemical and physical properties for the fabrication of tailor-made materials and their devices.
Electrochemical assembly was applied directly to determine the aggregation of nanoclusters in isolated fullerene-rich (54-63 wt %) thin films. The electroactive reactions were achieved using electroactive carbazole and pyrene, which led to distinguishable nanoparticle-like and irregular cluster formations. These films, with amorphous and transparent states,(More)
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