Jay Burton Benziger mostly deals with Nafion, Chemical engineering, Nuclear physics, Proton exchange membrane fuel cell and Borexino. Jay Burton Benziger combines subjects such as Composite material, Absorption of water, Polymer chemistry and Analytical chemistry with his study of Nafion. Jay Burton Benziger works on Nuclear physics which deals in particular with Solar neutrino.
Jay Burton Benziger interconnects Scintillator and Detector in the investigation of issues within Solar neutrino. His Proton exchange membrane fuel cell research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrogen, Environmental engineering, Polymer, Electrolyte and Composite number. His study in Borexino is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Scintillation counter, Scintillation and Nuclear reaction.
His primary areas of study are Borexino, Nuclear physics, Solar neutrino, Neutrino and Particle physics. His work deals with themes such as Electron, Astronomy and Sterile neutrino, which intersect with Borexino. His research in Nuclear physics focuses on subjects like Scintillator, which are connected to Liquid scintillation counting.
His work is connected to Solar neutrino problem and Measurements of neutrino speed, as a part of Solar neutrino. He regularly links together related areas like Neutrino astronomy in his Solar neutrino problem studies. His specific area of interest is Neutrino, where he studies Standard solar model.
Jay Burton Benziger focuses on Borexino, Nuclear physics, Neutrino, Solar neutrino and Particle physics. Neutrino oscillation and Neutrino detector are the main areas of his Borexino studies. He works mostly in the field of Nuclear physics, limiting it down to concerns involving Scintillator and, occasionally, Dark matter.
The various areas that he examines in his Neutrino study include Metallicity, Electron, Nuclear reaction and Solar energy. His work on Solar neutrino problem as part of his general Solar neutrino study is frequently connected to Low energy, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. When carried out as part of a general Particle physics research project, his work on Physics beyond the Standard Model is frequently linked to work in Energy and Flux, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Borexino, Nuclear physics, Neutrino, Solar neutrino and Particle physics are his primary areas of study. His Borexino study is focused on Neutrino detector in general. His Nuclear physics research incorporates elements of Elastic scattering and Detector.
His studies deal with areas such as Helium, Electron and Solar energy as well as Neutrino. His study looks at the relationship between Solar neutrino and fields such as Gravitational wave, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work on Standard solar model, Physics beyond the Standard Model and Neutral current as part of general Particle physics study is frequently connected to Energy, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
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Effects of film morphology and gate dielectric surface preparation on the electrical characteristics of organic-vapor-phase-deposited pentacene thin-film transistors
Max Shtein;Jonathan Mapel;Jay B. Benziger;Stephen R. Forrest.
Applied Physics Letters (2002)
Approaches and technical challenges to high temperature operation of proton exchange membrane fuel cells
C. Yang;P. Costamagna;S. Srinivasan;Jay Burton Benziger.
Journal of Power Sources (2001)
A comparison of physical properties and fuel cell performance of Nafion and zirconium phosphate/Nafion composite membranes
Chris Yang;S. Srinivasan;Andrew Bruce Bocarsly;S. Tulyani.
Journal of Membrane Science (2004)
Silicon Oxide Nafion Composite Membranes for Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Operation at 80-140°C
K. T. Adjemian;S. J. Lee;S. Srinivasan;J. Benziger.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2002)
Exciton diffusion lengths of organic semiconductor thin films measured by spectrally resolved photoluminescence quenching
Richard R. Lunt;Richard R. Lunt;Noel C. Giebink;Anna A. Belak;Jay Burton Benziger.
Journal of Applied Physics (2009)
Measurement of the solar 8B neutrino rate with a liquid scintillator target and 3 MeV energy threshold in the Borexino detector
G. Bellini;J. Benziger;S. Bonetti;M. Buizza Avanzini.
Physical Review D (2010)
Science and technology of BOREXINO: A Real time detector for low-energy solar neutrinos
G. Alimonti;C. Arpesella;H. Back;M. Balata.
Astroparticle Physics (2002)
Neutrinos from the primary proton–proton fusion process in the Sun
G. Bellini;J. Benziger;D. Bick.
Relationship between Crystalline Order and Exciton Diffusion Length in Molecular Organic Semiconductors
Richard R. Lunt;Jay Burton Benziger;Stephen R. Forrest.
Advanced Materials (2010)
Water sorption, desorption and transport in Nafion membranes
Paul W. Majsztrik;M. Barclay Satterfield;Andrew B. Bocarsly;Jay B. Benziger.
Journal of Membrane Science (2007)
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