2011 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Photochemistry, Polymer, Fluorescence, Polymer chemistry and Phenylene. His study in Photochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Conjugated system, Quenching and Phosphorescence. Kirk S. Schanze combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry, Electroluminescence and Band gap with his study of Polymer.
His studies in Fluorescence integrate themes in fields like Conjugated Polyelectrolytes, Substrate, Conjugated polyelectrolyte and Pyrophosphate. His Polymer chemistry research incorporates themes from Singlet oxygen, Gel permeation chromatography, Polyelectrolyte, Mass spectrometry and Oligonucleotide. Kirk S. Schanze has included themes like Cyclic voltammetry and Analytical chemistry in his Phenylene study.
Kirk S. Schanze mainly focuses on Photochemistry, Polymer, Excited state, Phenylene and Chromophore. His Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Conjugated system, Ultrafast laser spectroscopy and Quenching, Fluorescence. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Luminescence, Nanotechnology and Polymer chemistry.
His work deals with themes such as Membrane and Conjugated Polyelectrolytes, Polyelectrolyte, which intersect with Phenylene. The concepts of his Conjugated Polyelectrolytes study are interwoven with issues in Cationic polymerization and Conjugated polyelectrolyte. His work in Chromophore addresses issues such as Platinum, which are connected to fields such as Phosphorescence.
His primary areas of investigation include Racism, Inclusion, Workforce, Publishing and Diversity. His study in Racism intersects with areas of studies such as Environmental ethics and Chemistry. Commit, Viewpoints, Public relations and Solidarity are fields of study that intersect with his Inclusion research.
Kirk S. Schanze mostly deals with Photochemistry, Conjugated system, Cationic polymerization, Conjugated Polyelectrolytes and Phenylene. His Photochemistry research incorporates elements of Excited state, Phosphorescence and Carbene. He has researched Phosphorescence in several fields, including Platinum, Photoluminescence and Acetylide.
Conjugated system is a primary field of his research addressed under Polymer. His Conjugated Polyelectrolytes study is concerned with the larger field of Polyelectrolyte. The various areas that Kirk S. Schanze examines in his Phenylene study include Combinatorial chemistry and Polymer chemistry.
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Charge Transfer on the Nanoscale: Current Status
David M. Adams;Louis Brus;Christopher E. D. Chidsey;Stephen Creager.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Conjugated polyelectrolytes: synthesis, photophysics, and applications.
Hui Jiang;Prasad Taranekar;John R. Reynolds;Kirk S. Schanze.
Angewandte Chemie (2009)
One-dimensional organic lead halide perovskites with efficient bluish white-light emission.
Zhao Yuan;Chenkun Zhou;Yu Tian;Yu Shu.
Nature Communications (2017)
Amplified fluorescence sensing of protease activity with conjugated polyelectrolytes
Mauricio R. Pinto;Kirk S. Schanze.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Photophysics of diimine platinum(II) bis-acetylide complexes
C E Whittle;J A Weinstein;M W George;K S Schanze.
Inorganic Chemistry (2001)
Amplified Quenching of a Conjugated Polyelectrolyte by Cyanine Dyes
Chunyan Tan;Evrim Atas;Jürgen G. Müller;Mauricio R. Pinto.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Photophysics, aggregation and amplified quenching of a water-soluble poly(phenylene ethynylene)
Chunyan Tan;Mauricio R. Pinto;Kirk S. Schanze.
Chemical Communications (2002)
Studies of intramolecular electron and energy transfer using the fac-(diimine)ReI(CO)3 chromophore
Kirk S. Schanze;D. Brent MacQueen;Thomas A. Perkins;Leonardo A. Cabana.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (1993)
Conjugated polyelectrolytes: Synthesis and applications
Mauricio R. Pinto;Kirk S. Schanze.
Saccharide Detection Based on the Amplified Fluorescence Quenching of a Water-Soluble Poly(phenylene ethynylene) by a Boronic Acid Functionalized Benzyl Viologen Derivative
Nicolas DiCesare;Mauricio R Pinto;Kirk S Schanze;Joseph R Lakowicz.
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