His main research concerns Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube, Optoelectronics, Layer by layer and Thin film. As a member of one scientific family, André D. Taylor mostly works in the field of Nanotechnology, focusing on Proton exchange membrane fuel cell and, on occasion, Amorphous metal, Electrochemistry, High conductivity, High surface area and Nanowire. He combines subjects such as Composite number and Anode with his study of Carbon nanotube.
André D. Taylor has researched Optoelectronics in several fields, including MXenes and Graphene. He focuses mostly in the field of Layer by layer, narrowing it down to matters related to Membrane and, in some cases, Polyaniline, Nafion, Nanocomposite and Wetting. His Thin film research incorporates themes from Photovoltaics and Separator.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Optoelectronics, Carbon nanotube and Amorphous metal. Nanotechnology connects with themes related to Proton exchange membrane fuel cell in his study. André D. Taylor focuses mostly in the field of Chemical engineering, narrowing it down to topics relating to Catalysis and, in certain cases, Inorganic chemistry, Oxygen evolution and Oxygen.
In general Optoelectronics study, his work on Energy conversion efficiency, Polymer solar cell and Heterojunction often relates to the realm of Open-circuit voltage, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Carbon nanotube research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Composite number, Anode and Silicon. His Amorphous metal research includes themes of Surface modification and Analytical chemistry.
His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Amorphous metal, Chemical engineering, Polymer and Alloy. Nanotechnology is often connected to Combinatorial synthesis in his work. His Amorphous metal research integrates issues from Spectroscopic ellipsometry and Analytical chemistry.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Annealing, Small molecule and Solvent. In his research, Optoelectronics is intimately related to Electrical conductor, which falls under the overarching field of MXenes. His study in the field of Dopant also crosses realms of Guanine.
André D. Taylor spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, MXenes, Titanium carbide, Amorphous metal and Oxygen reduction reaction. He interconnects Alloy, Pipeline and Particle size in the investigation of issues within Nanotechnology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nanoscopic scale, Nanostructured materials, Graphene, Layer by layer and Nitride in addition to MXenes.
His Titanium carbide study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electromagnetic interference, Optoelectronics, Figure of merit, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Electrical conductor. The various areas that André D. Taylor examines in his Amorphous metal study include Hydrogen evolution, Electrocatalyst and Nanostructure.
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Polymer bulk heterojunction solar cells employing Förster resonance energy transfer
Jing Shun Huang;Tenghooi Goh;Xiaokai Li;Matthew Y. Sfeir.
Nature Photonics (2013)
Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Cross-Functional Semi-transparent MXene-Carbon Nanotubes Composite Films for Next-Generation Electromagnetic Interference Shielding
Guo Ming Weng;Guo Ming Weng;Jinyang Li;Mohamed Alhabeb;Christopher Karpovich.
Advanced Functional Materials (2018)
Record High Efficiency Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube/Silicon p-n Junction Solar Cells
Yeonwoong Jung;Xiaokai Li;Nitin K. Rajan;André D. Taylor.
Nano Letters (2013)
Bulk metallic glass nanowire architecture for electrochemical applications.
Marcelo Carmo;Ryan C. Sekol;Shiyan Ding;Golden Kumar.
ACS Nano (2011)
Development of Omniphobic Desalination Membranes Using a Charged Electrospun Nanofiber Scaffold
Jongho Lee;Chanhee Boo;Won Hee Ryu;André D. Taylor.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2016)
Inkjet printing of carbon supported platinum 3-D catalyst layers for use in fuel cells
André D. Taylor;Edward Y. Kim;Virgil P. Humes;Jeremy Kizuka.
Journal of Power Sources (2007)
Solution-processed titanium carbide MXene films examined as highly transparent conductors
Marina Mariano;Olha Mashtalir;Francisco Q. Antonio;Won Hee Ryu;Won Hee Ryu.
Perovskite solar cells with a DMSO-treated PEDOT:PSS hole transport layer exhibit higher photovoltaic performance and enhanced durability
Di Huang;Di Huang;Tenghooi Goh;Jaemin Kong;Yifan Zheng.
High‐Performance Nanostructured Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Fuel Cells Made by Layer‐By‐Layer Assembly of Carbon Nanocolloids
Marc Michel;André Taylor;Ryan Sekol;Paul Podsiadlo.
Advanced Materials (2007)
Heme biomolecule as redox mediator and oxygen shuttle for efficient charging of lithium-oxygen batteries
Won Hee Ryu;Forrest S. Gittleson;Forrest S. Gittleson;Julianne M. Thomsen;Jinyang Li.
Nature Communications (2016)
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