Kenneth R. Carter mostly deals with Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Dielectric, Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology. His research integrates issues of Copolymer, Chemical engineering, Carborane and Monomer in his study of Polymer chemistry. His Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Thin film and Soft lithography.
His Dielectric research incorporates themes from Porosity, Composite material, Substrate and Integrated circuit. Kenneth R. Carter interconnects PEDOT:PSS, Cathode and Electroluminescence in the investigation of issues within Optoelectronics. Kenneth R. Carter has researched Nanotechnology in several fields, including Imprinting, Contact angle, Lithography and Nanoimprint lithography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Nanotechnology, Composite material and Chemical engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Copolymer, Polymerization, Polyimide, Aryl and Monomer in addition to Polymer chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Polymer brings together such families of science as Silane and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
His biological study focuses on Thin film. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Nanoimprint lithography, Electroluminescence is strongly linked to Optoelectronics. Kenneth R. Carter works mostly in the field of Substrate, limiting it down to topics relating to Dielectric and, in certain cases, Porosity.
Kenneth R. Carter mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Copolymer, Optoelectronics, Nanoimprint lithography and Polymer chemistry. Kenneth R. Carter is interested in Photothermal therapy, which is a field of Nanotechnology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Self-assembly, Thin film, Trench and Polymerization.
His Thin film study incorporates themes from Directed self assembly and Composite material. His Polymer chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surface modification, Solvent, Polymer, Monomer and Polythiophene. The Polymer study which covers Characterization that intersects with Conjugated system.
Kenneth R. Carter focuses on Nanotechnology, Nanoimprint lithography, Polymer chemistry, Fluorene and Nanostructure. His studies link Contact angle with Nanotechnology. The various areas that Kenneth R. Carter examines in his Polymer chemistry study include High surface area, Chemical engineering, Polymerization and Monomer.
His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Porosity and Solvent. His studies deal with areas such as Conjugated system, Photochemistry, Alkene and Ene reaction as well as Fluorene. His Conjugated system study is focused on Polymer in general.
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Organic Materials and Thin‐Film Structures for Cross‐Point Memory Cells Based on Trapping in Metallic Nanoparticles
L. D. Bozano;B. W. Kean;M. Beinhoff;K. R. Carter.
Advanced Functional Materials (2005)
Templating Nanoporosity in Thin‐Film Dielectric Insulators
James L. Hedrick;Robert D. Miller;Craig J. Hawker;Kenneth R. Carter.
Advanced Materials (1998)
High-Resolution Soft Lithography: Enabling Materials for Nanotechnologies†
Jason P. Rolland;Jason P. Rolland;Erik C. Hagberg;Ginger M. Denison;Ginger M. Denison;Kenneth R. Carter.
Angewandte Chemie (2004)
Self-Encapsulation of Poly-2,7-fluorenes in a Dendrimer Matrix
Dirk Marsitzky;Robert Vestberg;Paul Blainey;Beverly T. Tang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2001)
Low-Dielectric, Nanoporous Organosilicate Films Prepared via Inorganic/Organic Polymer Hybrid Templates
Cattien V. Nguyen;Kenneth R. Carter;Craig J. Hawker;James L. Hedrick.
Chemistry of Materials (1999)
A versatile method for tuning the chemistry and size of nanoscopic features by living free radical polymerization.
Timothy A. Von Werne;David S. Germack;Erik C. Hagberg;Valerie V. Sheares.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Nanoscale patterning of magnetic islands by imprint lithography using a flexible mold
Gary M. McClelland;Mark W. Hart;Charles T. Rettner;Margaret E. Best.
Applied Physics Letters (2002)
Process for manufacture of integrated circuit device
Kenneth Raymond Carter;Daniel Joseph Dawson;Richard Anthony DiPietro;Craig Jon Hawker.
Nanoporous Polyimides Derived from Highly Fluorinated Polyimide/Poly(propylene Oxide) Copolymers
Kenneth R. Carter;Richard A. DiPietro;Martha I. Sanchez;Sally A. Swanson.
Chemistry of Materials (2001)
Stable and efficient fluorescent red and green dyes for external and internal conversion of blue OLED emission
Sally A. Swanson;Greg M. Wallraff;Jian P. Chen;Weijie Zhang.
Chemistry of Materials (2003)
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