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As our society advances technologically, we are also moving away from an era of Silicon-based electronics and towards an age of technology based on light, flexible, and versatile organic-based materials. In these materials, carbon-based materials (in conjunction with Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Sulfur atoms) are arranged by chemical synthesis into patterns that encourage advantageous light absorption, light emission, and electric charge transport. Broadly, studies into how to create and apply these types of materials into functional devices are termed organic materials chemistry. Our hypothesis for this project is: Materials using simple organic cations and inorganic anions controls molecular packing more effectively than materials without positive and negative charges.
|Effective start/end date||1/1/23 → 12/31/23|
- Eppley Foundation: $25,000.00
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