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Color variable multilayer light emitting devices based on conjugated polymers and oligomers. Synthetic Metals 102, 889–892 (1999).
Full color LEDs with parahexaphenyl and polypyridine based copolymer. Synthetic Metals 102, 1085–1086 (1999).
Polarity- and voltage-controlled color-variable light-emitting devices based on conjugated polymers. Applied Physics Letters 74, 2593–2595 (1999).
Exciplex emission from bilayers of poly(vinyl carbazole) and pyridine based conjugated copolymers. Journal of Chemical Physics 108, 7842–7848 (1998).
Experimental and theoretical study of ring substituent induced effects on the structural and optical properties of poly(p-pyridylvinylene phenylenevinylene)s. Journal of Chemical Physics 109, 2031–2037 (1998).
Absorption and luminescence of pyridine-based polymers. Synthetic Metals 84, 501–506 (1997).
Color variable bipolar/ac light-emitting devices based on conjugated polymers. Applied Physics Letters 70, 3215 (1997).
Exciplex emission in bilayer polymer light-emitting devices. Applied Physics Letters 70, 1644–1646 (1997).
Exciplex emission in heterojunctions of poly(pyridyl vinylene phenylene vinylene)s and poly(vinyl carbazole). Synthetic Metals 85, 1205–1208 (1997).
Light-emitting devices based on pyridine-containing conjugated polymers. Synthetic Metals 85, 1179–1182 (1997).
Exciton dynamics in poly(p-pyridylvinylene). Physical Review Letters 76, 1513–1516 (1996).
Photoluminescence in pyridine-based polymers: role of aggregates. Physical Review B: Condensed Matter 54, 9180–9189 (1996).
Poly (p-pyridine) - and poly (p-pyridyl vinylene) -based polymers: their photophysics and application to SCALE devices. Synthetic Metals 78, 253–261 (1996).
Spatially and temporally resolved emission from aggregates in conjugated polymers. Physical Review B: Condensed Matter 54, R3683–R3686 (1996).
Blue electroluminescent devices based on soluble poly(p-pyridine). Journal of Applied Physics 78, 4264–4266 (1995).
Electro - and photoluminescent properties of nitrogen analogs of PPV: Poly(pyridylvinylene). Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering 73, 473–474 (1995).
Photophysics of poly(p-pyridine): Blue electroluminescent devices from a soluble conjugated polymer. Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering 72, 573–574 (1995).