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- 1Cheong, I Teng
- 1Dasog, Mita
- 1El-Yazbi, Amira F.
- 1Khan, Madihah
- 1Loppnow, Glen R.
- 1Purschke, David N
The human genome is susceptible to change; base mismatches can arise from damaged DNA, replication errors, and spontaneous mutation, and have the potential to cause apoptosis, carcinogenesis, and mutagenesis. Many techniques have been developed for DNA mismatch detection, but many of these...
Over the last 5 years, tilted pulse-front terahertz (THz) generation has opened the door to new studies of nonlinear dynamics in a variety of materials. With access to strong electric fields that turn on and off over picosecond timescales exciting new possibilities exist to control light-matter...
Silicon (Si) based nanomaterials have the potential to revolutionize the microelectronics industry by introducing desirable nanoscale properties into electronic components without compromising the material composition. They have also been proposed as a greener alternative for many Group III-V and...
The work described within this thesis details explorations into the area of molecular luminogens, in particular using zirconium-mediated coupling to access novel classes of color tunable emitters based on germanium, tellurium, and butadienes. Chapter 2 features new class of air-stable phosphors...