2007 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Christopher E. D. Chidsey mostly deals with Monolayer, Electrochemistry, Electron transfer, Ferrocene and Photochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cyclic voltammetry, Organic chemistry, Alkyl and Stereochemistry. His Electrochemistry research includes elements of Molecular electronics, Transition metal and Analytical chemistry.
His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Characterization and Electrolyte. His study in Electron transfer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Inorganic chemistry and Reaction rate constant. His Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogen and Redox.
His primary areas of study are Monolayer, Silicon, Inorganic chemistry, Analytical chemistry and Electrochemistry. His Monolayer research incorporates elements of Crystallography, Ferrocene, Photochemistry, Electron transfer and Alkyl. His Silicon study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogen, Oxide, Nanotechnology and Atomic layer deposition.
His work in the fields of Analytical chemistry, such as Infrared spectroscopy, intersects with other areas such as Surface. His research in Infrared spectroscopy intersects with topics in Ellipsometry and Thiol. His work focuses on many connections between Electrochemistry and other disciplines, such as Transition metal, that overlap with his field of interest in Metal.
His main research concerns Silicon, Optoelectronics, Atomic layer deposition, Oxide and Catalysis. His Silicon study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Schottky diode, Nanotechnology and Schottky barrier. His Catalysis research includes themes of Metal carbonyl, Photochemistry and Cyclic voltammetry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Covalent bond, Overpotential and Polymer chemistry in addition to Photochemistry. Christopher E. D. Chidsey has researched Inorganic chemistry in several fields, including Chemical vapor deposition, Deposition, Electrochemistry, Ferrocene and Infrared spectroscopy. His research links Monolayer with Alkyne.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Silicon, Oxide, Optoelectronics, Schottky barrier and Nanotechnology. In Silicon, Christopher E. D. Chidsey works on issues like Atomic layer deposition, which are connected to Chemical engineering, Titanium dioxide and Electrochemical energy conversion. His work carried out in the field of Oxide brings together such families of science as Electronic engineering and Corrosion.
His work on Dielectric as part of general Optoelectronics research is often related to Water splitting, thus linking different fields of science. His studies examine the connections between Schottky barrier and genetics, as well as such issues in Semiconductor, with regards to Anode, Analytical chemistry and Schottky diode. Dry etching, PEDOT:PSS, Monolayer and Self-assembled monolayer are among the areas of Nanotechnology where Christopher E. D. Chidsey concentrates his study.
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Spontaneously organized molecular assemblies. 4. Structural characterization of n-alkyl thiol monolayers on gold by optical ellipsometry, infrared spectroscopy, and electrochemistry
Marc D. Porter;Marc D. Porter;Thomas B. Bright;David L. Allara;Christopher E. D. Chidsey.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1987)
Free Energy and Temperature Dependence of Electron Transfer at the Metal-Electrolyte Interface
Christopher E. D. Chidsey.
Alkyl Monolayers on Silicon Prepared from 1-Alkenes and Hydrogen-Terminated Silicon
Matthew R. Linford;Paul Fenter;Peter M. Eisenberger;Christopher E. D. Chidsey.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995)
Coadsorption of ferrocene-terminated and unsubstituted alkanethiols on gold: electroactive self-assembled monolayers
Christopher E. D. Chidsey;Carolyn R. Bertozzi;T. M. Putvinski;A. M. Mujsce.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1990)
Charge Transfer on the Nanoscale: Current Status
David M. Adams;Louis Brus;Christopher E. D. Chidsey;Stephen Creager.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Chemical functionality in self-assembled monolayers: structural and electrochemical properties
Christopher E. D. Chidsey;Dominic N. Loiacono.
Alkyl monolayers covalently bonded to silicon surfaces
Matthew R. Linford;Christopher E. D. Chidsey.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1993)
Atomic layer-deposited tunnel oxide stabilizes silicon photoanodes for water oxidation
Yi Wei Chen;Jonathan D. Prange;Simon Dühnen;Yohan Park.
Nature Materials (2011)
The Kinetics of Electron Transfer Through Ferrocene-Terminated Alkanethiol Monolayers on Gold
John F. Smalley;Stephen W. Feldberg;Christopher E. D. Chidsey;Matthew R. Linford.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1995)
Photoreactivity of Unsaturated Compounds with Hydrogen-Terminated Silicon(111)
Ronald L. Cicero;and Matthew R. Linford;Christopher E. D. Chidsey.
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