His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer, Electrochromism, Polymer chemistry, Photochemistry and Conductive polymer. His work carried out in the field of Polymer brings together such families of science as Optoelectronics and Band gap. His Electrochromism research incorporates themes from Organic chemistry, Electrochemistry, Nanotechnology and Doping.
His Polymer chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Conjugated Polyelectrolytes, Polyelectrolyte, Alkyl, Polypyrrole and Chemical engineering. His Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Absorbance, Thiophene, Fullerene, Redox and Phenylene. John R. Reynolds usually deals with Conductive polymer and limits it to topics linked to PEDOT:PSS and Electrolyte.
John R. Reynolds mostly deals with Polymer, Polymer chemistry, Electrochromism, Conjugated system and Optoelectronics. His Polymer study incorporates themes from Photochemistry and Nanotechnology. His Polymer chemistry research incorporates elements of Copolymer, Thiophene, Electroactive polymers, Polyelectrolyte and Chemical engineering.
His biological study deals with issues like Electrochemistry, which deal with fields such as Inorganic chemistry. His Optoelectronics research includes themes of OLED, Photovoltaic system, Electroluminescence and Electrode. His Conductive polymer study frequently involves adjacent topics like Doping.
Polymer, Electrochromism, Conjugated system, Chemical engineering and Nanotechnology are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Photochemistry and Polymer chemistry, which intersect with Polymer. In his study, Cyan is strongly linked to Optoelectronics, which falls under the umbrella field of Electrochromism.
His Conjugated system study also includes
His primary areas of investigation include Polymer, Electrochromism, Photochemistry, Nanotechnology and Conjugated system. His Polymer research integrates issues from Optoelectronics, Dielectric, Chemical engineering and Polymer chemistry. The various areas that John R. Reynolds examines in his Optoelectronics study include Organic solar cell, Photovoltaic system, Electricity and Active layer.
His research in Electrochromism intersects with topics in Switching time, Polymerization and Arylene. John R. Reynolds has researched Photochemistry in several fields, including Dye-sensitized solar cell, Molecule and Band gap. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chemical substance, Solar energy conversion, Plasmon and Refractive index.
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Handbook of conducting polymers
Terje A. Skotheim;Ronald L. Elsenbaumer;John R. Reynolds.
Handbook of Conducting Polymers, 2 Volume Set
Terje A. Skotheim;John Reynolds.
Poly(3,4‐ethylenedioxythiophene) and Its Derivatives: Past, Present, and Future
L. Groenendaal;F. Jonas;D. Freitag;H. Pielartzik.
Advanced Materials (2000)
Transparent, Conductive Carbon Nanotube Films
Zhuangchun Wu;Zhihong Chen;Xu Du;Jonathan M. Logan.
Color Control in π-Conjugated Organic Polymers for Use in Electrochromic Devices
Pierre M. Beaujuge;John R. Reynolds.
Chemical Reviews (2010)
Electrochemistry of Poly(3,4‐alkylenedioxythiophene) Derivatives
L. Groenendaal;G. Zotti;P.-H. Aubert;S.M. Waybright.
Advanced Materials (2003)
High-efficiency inverted dithienogermole–thienopyrrolodione-based polymer solar cells
Cephas E. Small;Song Chen;Jegadesan Subbiah;Chad M. Amb.
Nature Photonics (2012)
Electrochromic organic and polymeric materials for display applications
Roger J. Mortimer;Aubrey L. Dyer;John R. Reynolds.
Multicolored Electrochromism in Polymers: Structures and Devices
Avni A. Argun;Pierre-Henri Aubert;Barry C. Thompson;Irina Schwendeman.
Chemistry of Materials (2004)
Dithienogermole As a Fused Electron Donor in Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
Chad M. Amb;Song Chen;Kenneth R. Graham;Jegadesan Subbiah.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
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