His scientific interests lie mostly in Photochemistry, Porphyrin, Dye-sensitized solar cell, Nanotechnology and Conductive polymer. His Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Conjugated system, Inorganic chemistry, Substituent, Electrochemistry and Isomerization. David L. Officer has included themes like Open-circuit voltage, Zinc, Optoelectronics, Solar cell and Electron transfer in his Porphyrin study.
His studies in Dye-sensitized solar cell integrate themes in fields like Photocurrent and Chromophore. As part of the same scientific family, David L. Officer usually focuses on Nanotechnology, concentrating on Graphite and intersecting with Graphene, Nanomaterials and Exfoliation joint. The Conductive polymer study combines topics in areas such as Terthiophene, Ionic liquid, Polymer chemistry and Monomer.
David L. Officer mainly investigates Photochemistry, Porphyrin, Polymer chemistry, Polymer and Conductive polymer. His work carried out in the field of Photochemistry brings together such families of science as Molecule, Molecular orbital, Raman spectroscopy, Substituent and Density functional theory. The various areas that David L. Officer examines in his Porphyrin study include Conjugated system, Dye-sensitized solar cell, Zinc and Optoelectronics, Solar cell.
His Polymer chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electrochemistry, Cyclic voltammetry, Wittig reaction, Thiophene and Monomer. He has researched Polymer in several fields, including Biocompatibility and Nanotechnology. His Conductive polymer study incorporates themes from Terthiophene, Electrolyte, Photoelectrochemical cell and Chemical engineering.
Electrochemistry, Nanotechnology, Graphene, Composite material and Electrode are his primary areas of study. His study in Electrochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ionic liquid, Catalysis, Redox and Chemical engineering. His work on Characterization is typically connected to Fabrication as part of general Nanotechnology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His study looks at the relationship between Overpotential and topics such as Faraday efficiency, which overlap with Porphyrin. His Porphyrin research incorporates themes from Alkylation, Polymer chemistry, Raman spectroscopy, Configuration interaction and Molecular orbital. David L. Officer combines subjects such as Photochemistry and Carbon nanotube with his study of Photoexcitation.
David L. Officer spends much of his time researching Graphene, Nanotechnology, Electrochemistry, Catalysis and Electrocatalyst. David L. Officer works mostly in the field of Nanotechnology, limiting it down to concerns involving Chemical substance and, occasionally, Aqueous two-phase system, Electron transfer and Surface modification. David L. Officer focuses mostly in the field of Electrochemistry, narrowing it down to matters related to Ionic liquid and, in some cases, Ion, Analytical chemistry and Work.
His work investigates the relationship between Catalysis and topics such as Overpotential that intersect with problems in Phthalocyanine, Steric effects, Cobalt, Photochemistry and Alkoxy group. David L. Officer interconnects Molecule and Chemical engineering in the investigation of issues within Electrocatalyst. His research on Chemical engineering also deals with topics like
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Porphyrins as light harvesters in the dye-sensitised TiO2 solar cell
Wayne M. Campbell;Anthony K. Burrell;David L. Officer;Kenneth W. Jolley.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2004)
Highly Efficient Porphyrin Sensitizers for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
Wayne M. Campbell;Kenneth W. Jolley;Pawel Wagner;Klaudia Wagner.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2007)
Efficient light harvesting by using green Zn-porphyrin-sensitized nanocrystalline TiO2 films.
Qing Wang;Wayne M. Campbell;Edia E. Bonfantani;Kenneth W. Jolley.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2005)
Synthetic routes to multiporphyrin arrays.
Anthony K. Burrell;David L. Officer;Paul G. Plieger;David C. W. Reid.
Chemical Reviews (2001)
Application of metalloporphyrins in nanocrystalline dye-sensitized solar cells for conversion of sunlight into electricity.
Md. K. Nazeeruddin;† R. Humphry-Baker;David L. Officer;Wayne M. Campbell.
A Single Component Conducting Polymer Hydrogel as a Scaffold for Tissue Engineering
Damia Mawad;Elise Stewart;David L. Officer;Tony Romeo.
Advanced Functional Materials (2012)
Porphyrins for dye-sensitised solar cells: new insights into efficiency-determining electron transfer steps
Matthew J. Griffith;Kenji Sunahara;Kenji Sunahara;Pawel Wagner;Klaudia Wagner.
Chemical Communications (2012)
Electrochemical synthesis of polypyrrole in ionic liquids
Jennifer M. Pringle;John Efthimiadis;Patrick C. Howlett;Jim Efthimiadis.
Covalently linked biocompatible graphene/polycaprolactone composites for tissue engineering
Sepidar Sayyar;Eoin Murray;Brianna C. Thompson;Sanjeev Gambhir.
Zn-Zn porphyrin dimer-sensitized solar cells: toward 3-D light harvesting.
Attila J. Mozer;Matthew J. Griffith;George Tsekouras;Pawel W Wagner.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
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