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  1. Benzothiadiazole versus Thiazolobenzotriazole: A Structural Study of Electron Acceptors in Solution‐Processable Organic Semiconductors
  2. [2+2] Cycloaddition-retroelectrocyclization reactivity and thin film transistor performances of carbazole-based platinum polyyne polymers
  3. Functional Design of Nanofiber Materials and Their Applications in Environment and Energy Fields
  4. Correction to “Significant Improvement of Unipolar n-Type Transistor Performances by Manipulating the Coplanar Backbone Conformation of Electron-Deficient Polymers via Hydrogen Bonding”
  5. Reaction Products Affecting the PEFC Catalyst Ink Property
  6. De Novo Ion-Exchange Membranes Based on Nanofibers
  7. Persistent Water Repellency of Syndiotactic Polymethylene with Perfluoroethyl Hexyloxycarbonyl Side Chains
  8. Tension Sensor Based on Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Reveals Fiber Diameter-Dependent Mechanical Factors During Myelination
  9. Effect of hydrogen–deuterium exchange in amide linkages on properties of electrospun polyamide nanofibers
  10. Microstructure Investigation of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers Containing Perfluorosulfonated Ionomer
  11. Preparation of Perfluorosulfonated Ionomer Nanofibers by Solution Blow Spinning
  12. Low-temperature graphitization of poly(acrylonitrile) densely grafted onto a silica core surface
  13. Cross-Linking of Poly(arylenebutadiynylene)s and Its Effect on Charge Carrier Mobilities in Thin-Film Transistors
  14. Absence of HOMO/LUMO Transition in Charge-Transfer Complexes of Thienoacenes
  15. Diketopyrrolopyrrole–thiophene–methoxythiophene based random copolymers for organic field effect transistor applications
  16. Effect of Reaction Products on the PEFC Catalyst Ink Property and Catalyst Layer Quality
  17. Effect of Reaction Products on the PEFC Catalyst Ink Property and Catalyst Layer Quality
  18. Quinoidal bisthienoisatin based semiconductors: Synthesis, characterization, and carrier transport property
  19. High-Quality Nanofibrous Nonwoven Air Filters: Additive Effect of Water-Jet Nanofibrillated Celluloses on Their Performance
  20. Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Dual-Acceptor Copolymers to Realize Tunable Charge Carrier Polarity of Organic Field-Effect Transistors and High-Performance Nonvolatile Ambipolar Flash Memories
  21. Bulky Phenylalkyl Substitutions to Bisthienoisatins and Thienoisoindigos
  22. Organic Liquid Impregnation Behavior into Nanofibrous Membranes: Quantitative Analysis of the Effects of Structural Parameters
  23. Structure-sound absorption property relationships of electrospun thin silica fiber sheets: Quantitative analysis based on acoustic models
  24. Tuning Backbone Planarity in Thiadiazolobenzotriazole–Bis(thienothiophenyl)ethylene Copolymers for Organic Field-Effect Transistors
  25. Significant Difference in Semiconducting Properties of Isomeric All‐Acceptor Polymers Synthesized via Direct Arylation Polycondensation
  26. Significant Difference in Semiconducting Properties of Isomeric All‐Acceptor Polymers Synthesized via Direct Arylation Polycondensation
  27. Dual Imide-Functionalized Unit-Based Regioregular D–A1–D–A2 Polymers for Efficient Unipolar n-Channel Organic Transistors and All-Polymer Solar Cells
  28. Temperature dependence of pressure-driven water permeation through membranes consisting of vertically-aligned double-walled carbon nanotube arrays
  29. n-Type Organic Field-Effect Transistors Based on Bisthienoisatin Derivatives
  30. p- and n-Channel Photothermoelectric Conversion Based on Ultralong Near-Infrared Wavelengths Absorbing Polymers
  31. Significant Improvement of Unipolar n-Type Transistor Performances by Manipulating the Coplanar Backbone Conformation of Electron-Deficient Polymers via Hydrogen Bonding
  32. Assembly of reduced graphene oxides into a three-dimensional porous structure via confinement within robust cellulose oligomer networks
  33. Fluorination and chlorination effects on quinoxalineimides as an electron-deficient building block for n-channel organic semiconductors
  34. Ink Degradation and Its Effects on the Crack Formation of Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers
  35. Uniaxial alignment of nematic liquid crystals filling vacant spaces in surface-treated nanofibre nonwoven
  36. Polyelectrolyte Composite Membranes Containing Electrospun Ion-Exchange Nanofibers: Effect of Nanofiber Surface Charges on Ionic Transport
  37. Direct Observation and Quantitative Analysis of the Fiber Formation Process during Electrospinning by a High-Speed Camera
  38. Ink Degradation Phenomena and Its Impact on Crack Formation of Fuel Cell Catalyst
  39. Investigation of Drying Process of Catalyst Ink for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells by Grazing-Incidence X-Ray Scattering
  40. Ink Degradation Phenomena and Its Impact on Crack Formation of Fuel Cell Catalyst
  41. Investigation of Drying Process of Catalyst Ink for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells By Grazing-Incidence X-Ray Scattering
  42. High-performance structure of a coil-shaped soft-actuator consisting of polymer threads and carbon nanotube yarns
  43. Nanofibers as novel platform for high-functional ion exchangers
  44. High‐Performance n‐Channel Organic Transistors Using High‐Molecular‐Weight Electron‐Deficient Copolymers and Amine‐Tailed Self‐Assembled Monolayers
  45. Structure-Property Relationships of Random Aromatic Copolyamide Membranes by the Partial N -Methylation of Amide Linkages
  46. Enhancing water flux through semipermeable polybenzimidazole membranes by adding surfactant-treated CNTs
  47. Composite poly(ethylene carbonate) electrolytes with electrospun silica nanofibers
  48. Zero percolation threshold in electric conductivity of aluminum nanowire network fabricated by chemical etching using an electrospun nanofiber mask
  49. Water transport phenomena through membranes consisting of vertically-aligned double-walled carbon nanotube array
  50. Thiadiazole-fused Quinoxalineimide as an Electron-deficient Building Block for N-type Organic Semiconductors
  51. Ionic Liquid-Based Electrolytes Containing Surface-Functionalized Inorganic Nanofibers for Quasisolid Lithium Batteries
  52. Manganese dioxide nanowires on carbon nanofiber frameworks for efficient electrochemical device electrodes
  53. N-Unsubstituted thienoisoindigos: preparation, molecular packing and ambipolar organic field-effect transistors
  54. Membrane Potential as a Function of Dielectric Constant
  55. Triggered Structural Control of Dynamic Covalent Aromatic Polyamides: Effects of Thermal Reorganization Behavior in Solution and Solid States
  56. Forefront of Nanofibers: High Strength Fibers and Optoelectronic Applications
  57. An ultra-narrow bandgap derived from thienoisoindigo polymers: structural influence on reducing the bandgap and self-organization
  58. Influence of structure–property relationships of two structural isomers of thiophene-flanked diazaisoindigo on carrier-transport properties
  59. Differentiation of chemical reaction activity of various carbon nanotubes using redox potential: Classification by physical and chemical structures
  60. A QuaternaryPoly(ethylene carbonate)-Lithium Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imide-Ionic Liquid-Silica Fiber Composite Polymer Electrolyte for Lithium Batteries
  61. Filling the Gaps between Graphene Oxide: A General Strategy toward Nanolayered Oxides
  62. Quinoxalineimide as a Novel Electron-accepting Building Block for Organic Optoelectronics
  63. New Semiconducting Polymers Based on Benzobisthiadiazole Analogues: Tuning of Charge Polarity in Thin Film Transistors via Heteroatom Substitution
  64. Radical scavenging reaction kinetics with multiwalled carbon nanotubes
  65. Design and structure–property relationship of benzothienoisoindigo in organic field effect transistors
  66. An iodine effect in ambipolar organic field-effect transistors based on indigo derivatives
  67. Highly Sensitive Local Surface Plasmon Resonance in Anisotropic Au Nanoparticles Deposited on Nanofibers
  68. Design of Fullerene-Free Electron-Acceptor Materials Containing Perylenediimide Units for Solution-Processed Organic Electronic Devices
  69. Effect ofN-methyl amide linkage on hydrogen bonding behavior and water transport properties of partiallyN-methylated random aromatic copolyamides
  70. Effect of primary structure on permselectivity of ultrathin semipermeable polybenzimidazole membrane
  71. High performance ambipolar organic field-effect transistors based on indigo derivatives
  72. Ion-conductive and mechanical properties of polyether/silica thin fiber composite electrolytes
  73. Improvement in semipermeable membrane performance of wholly aromatic polyamide through an additive processing strategy
  74. The impact of molecular planarity on electronic devices in thienoisoindigo-based organic semiconductors
  75. Facile fabrication of transparent and conductive nanowire networks by wet chemical etching with an electrospun nanofiber mask template
  76. Preparation of Perfluorosulfonate Ionomeric Hollow Thin Fibers by Two-Fluid Electrospinning
  77. Structure changes during tensile deformation and mechanical properties of a twisted carbon nanotube yarn
  78. Electrospun Composite Nanofiber Yarns Containing Oriented Graphene Nanoribbons
  79. Synthesis of transparent and thermally stable polycyanurates and their thermal rearrangement
  80. ROS evaluation for a series of CNTs and their derivatives using an ESR method with DMPO
  81. A highly conducting organic metal derived from an organic-transistor material: benzothienobenzothiophene
  82. Correlation of mobility and molecular packing in organic transistors based on cycloalkyl naphthalene diimides
  83. Electrochemical Properties of Sulfonated Syndiotactic Polystyrene Membranes
  84. Shape-memory properties of electrospun non-woven fabrics prepared from degradable polyesterurethanes containing poly(ω-pentadecalactone) hard segments
  85. Improved stability of organic field-effect transistor performance in oligothiophenes including β-isomers
  86. Surface Electrochemistry of Electrospun Nanofibers
  87. Preparation of poly(γ-benzyl-L-glutamate) nanofibers by electrospinning from isotropic and biphasic liquid crystal solutions
  88. Nanosize effects of sulfonated carbon nanofiber fabrics for high capacity ion-exchanger
  89. Solution-Processed Nanowire Coating for Light Management in Organic Solar Cells
  90. Enhancing the Effect of the Nanofiber Network Structure on Thermoresponsive Wettability Switching
  91. Inkjet Printing of Graphene Nanoribbons for Organic Field-Effect Transistors
  92. Molecularly imprinted nanofiber membranes
  93. Functionality in Electrospun Nanofibrous Membranes Based on Fiber’s Size, Surface Area, and Molecular Orientation
  94. Light scattering assisted surface plasmon resonance at electrospun nanofiber-coated gold surfaces
  95. Top-Down Process Based on Electrospinning, Twisting, and Heating for Producing One-Dimensional Carbon Nanotube Assembly
  96. Control over Internal Structure of Liquid Crystal Polymer Nanofibers by Electrospinning
  97. Development of β-linked quaterthiophene and tetrathiafulvalene dimers as new organic semiconductors
  98. Nanomaterial-Enhanced All-Solid Flexible Zinc−Carbon Batteries
  99. Corrigendum to “Simulation study on the influence of an electric field on water evaporation” [J. Mol. Struct. (THEOCHEM) Volume (904/1–3) 83–90]
  100. Insulin transport across porous charged membranes: Effect of the electrostatic interaction
  101. Insulin adsorption into porous charged membranes: Effect of the electrostatic interaction
  102. Simulation study on the influence of an electric field on water evaporation
  103. PVDF/PMMA composite nanofiber fabricated by electrospray deposition: Crystallization of PVDF induced by solvent extraction of PMMA component
  104. Synthesis and characterization of carbon nanotube grown on flexible and conducting carbon fiber sheet for field emitter
  105. Phenolic Resin-Based Carbon Thin Fibers Prepared by Electrospinning: Additive Effects of Poly(vinyl butyral) and Electrolytes
  106. Preparation of PVDF/PMMA Blend Nanofibers by Electrospray Deposition: Effects of Blending Ratio and Humidity
  107. Photoelectrochemical cell using dye sensitized zinc oxide nanowires grown on carbon fibers
  108. Carbon nanotubes on carbon fabrics for flexible field emitter arrays
  109. Characterization of Insulin Adsorption Behavior on Amphoteric Charged Membranes
  110. Control over Color of Nanotextured Coatings by Electrospray Deposition
  111. Fine structure of PVDF nanofiber fabricated by electrospray deposition
  112. Polyelectrolyte membranes based on hydrocarbon polymer containing fullerene
  113. Molecularly Imprinted Nanofiber Membranes from Carboxylated Polysulfone by Electrospray Deposition
  114. Preparation of Carbon Fiber Fabrics from Phenolic Resin by Electrospray Deposition
  115. Preparation of Porous PVDF Nanofiber from PVDF/PVP Blend by Electrospray Deposition
  116. Characterization of chitosan nanofiber fabric by electrospray deposition: Electrokinetic and adsorption behavior
  117. Formation of β-Phase Crystalline Structure of PVDF Nanofiber by Electrospray Deposition: Additive Effect of Ionic Fluorinated Surfactant
  118. Membrane potential across reverse osmosis membranes under pressure gradient
  119. Effect of ion-exchange nanofiber fabrics on water splitting in bipolar membrane
  120. Control over wettability of textured surfaces by electrospray deposition
  121. Control of diameter, morphology, and structure of PVDF nanofiber fabricated by electrospray deposition
  122. Preparation of ion-exchange fiber fabrics by electrospray deposition
  123. Membrane Potential across Low-Water-Content Charged Membranes:  Effect of Ion Pairing
  124. Membrane potential across anion-exchange membranes in acidic solution system
  125. Organic/inorganic hybrid nano-microstructured coatings on insulated substrates by electrospray deposition
  126. Preparation of Polysaccharide Nanofiber Fabrics by Electrospray Deposition: Additive Effects of Poly(ethylene oxide)
  127. Membrane potentials across nanofiltration membranes: effect of nanoscaled cavity structure
  128. Poly(ethylene oxide) thin films produced by electrospray deposition: morphology control and additive effects of alcohols on nanostructure
  129. Charge effectiveness of sulfonated polymer membranes under low-water-content condition
  130. Surface morphology and biological activity of protein thin films produced by electrospray deposition
  131. Ionic Transport Behavior across Charged Membranes with Low Water Content. I. Theoretical Aspect of Membrane Potentials in Membranes Having Inhomogeneously Distributed Fixed-Charge Groups
  132. Membrane Potentials across Cation-Exchange Membranes with a Low Water Content
  133. Interaction of proteins with weak amphoteric charged membrane surfaces: effect of pH
  134. Pore-surface characterization of amphoteric charged membranes by means of zeta potential measurements
  135. Interaction of Organic Molecules with Weak Amphoteric Charged Membrane Surfaces:  Effect of Interfacial Charge Structure
  136. Preparation and Characterization of Novel Weak Amphoteric Charged Membrane Containing Cysteine Residues
  137. Characterization of Novel Weak Amphoteric Charged Membranes Using ζ-Potential Measurements:  Effect of Dipolar Ion Structure