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  • Improved electronic coupling in hybrid organic–inorganic nanocomposites employing thiol-functionalized P3HT and bismuth sulfide nanocrystals 

    Martínez, Luis; Higuchi, S.; MacLachlan, A. J.; Stavrinadis, A.; Miller, N. C.; Diedenhofen, Silke L.; Bernechea, María; Sweetnam, S.; Nelson, J.; Haque, S. A.; Tajima, K.; Konstantatos, Gerasimos (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014-06-19)
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    In this study, we employ a thiol-functionalized polymer (P3HT-SH) as a leverage to tailor the nanomorphology and electronic coupling in polymer–nanocrystal composites for hybrid solar cells. The presence of the thiol ...
  • Mass sensing for the advanced fabrication of nanomechanical resonators 

    Gruber, G.; Urgell, C.; Tavernarakis, A.; Stavrinadis, A.; Tepsic, S.; Magén, C.; Sangiao, S.; Teresa, J. M. de; Verlot, P.; Bachtold, A. (ACS, 2019-09-03)
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    We report on a nanomechanical engineering method to monitor matter growth in real time via e-beam electromechanical coupling. This method relies on the exceptional mass sensing capabilities of nanomechanical resonators. ...
  • Optomechanics with a hybrid carbon nanotube resonator 

    Tavernarakis, A.; Stavrinadis, A.; Nowak, A.; Tsioutsios, I.; Bachtold, A.; Verlot, P. (Nature, 2018-02-14)
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    In just 20 years of history, the field of optomechanics has achieved impressive progress, stepping into the quantum regime just 5 years ago. Such remarkable advance relies on the technological revolution of nano-optomechanical ...
  • Optomechanics with a hybrid carbon nanotube resonator 

    Tavernarakis, A.; Stavrinadis, A.; Nowak, A.; Tsioutsios, I.; Bachtold, A. (Nature, 2018-02-14)
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    In just 20 years of history, the field of optomechanics has achieved impressive progress, stepping into the quantum regime just 5 years ago. Such remarkable advance relies on the technological revolution of nano-optomechanical ...