Photochemistry, Molecule, OLED, Fluorescence and Electroluminescence are his primary areas of study. His Photochemistry study incorporates themes from Fluorene, Excited state, Intramolecular force, Iridium and Phosphorescence. His Molecule research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Conductance, Conjugated system, Crystallography and Stereochemistry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Electrical conductor, X-ray, HOMO/LUMO and Tetrathiafulvalene in addition to Crystallography. His OLED study combines topics in areas such as Optoelectronics and Intersystem crossing. Martin R. Bryce usually deals with Fluorescence and limits it to topics linked to Nanotechnology and Supramolecular chemistry, Diode, Liquid crystal and Fullerene.
Martin R. Bryce mostly deals with Photochemistry, Crystal structure, Crystallography, Molecule and Tetrathiafulvalene. His Photochemistry research incorporates elements of Acceptor, Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, Fluorene and Intramolecular force. His studies deal with areas such as OLED and Iridium as well as Phosphorescence.
His Crystal structure study deals with Medicinal chemistry intersecting with Organic chemistry, Yield, Dithiol, Aryl and Coupling reaction. His studies in Molecule integrate themes in fields like Conductance, Conjugated system and Stereochemistry. His study looks at the relationship between Tetrathiafulvalene and topics such as Polymer chemistry, which overlap with Electrochemistry.
Martin R. Bryce focuses on Photochemistry, Molecule, Fluorescence, Phosphorescence and OLED. His Photochemistry research incorporates themes from Acceptor, Luminescence, Excited state, Intersystem crossing and Intramolecular force. His Molecule research includes themes of Conductance, Crystallography and Stereochemistry.
In his study, Charge is inextricably linked to Donor acceptor, which falls within the broad field of Fluorescence. Martin R. Bryce has researched Phosphorescence in several fields, including Carbazole, Iridium, Photoluminescence and Density functional theory. His OLED research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electroluminescence, Optoelectronics, Common emitter, Quantum efficiency and Singlet state.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Photochemistry, Phosphorescence, Fluorescence, OLED and Molecule. His Photochemistry research includes elements of High contrast, Schiff base, Luminescence, Aggregation-induced emission and Molecular geometry. His Phosphorescence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ionic bonding and Iridium.
His study in Fluorescence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Excited state, Intramolecular force and Polymer. His research in OLED intersects with topics in Electroluminescence, Optoelectronics, Common emitter, Quantum efficiency and Singlet state. His Molecule study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography, Crystal structure, Conductance and Computational chemistry, Density functional theory.
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Recent advances in white organic light-emitting materials and devices (WOLEDs).
Kiran T. Kamtekar;Andrew P. Monkman;Martin R. Bryce.
Advanced Materials (2010)
Electron-transporting materials for organic electroluminescent and electrophosphorescent devices
Gregory Hughes;Martin R. Bryce.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2005)
Triplet harvesting with 100% efficiency by way of thermally activated delayed fluorescence in charge transfer OLED emitters.
Fernando B. Dias;Konstantinos N. Bourdakos;Vygintas Jankus;Kathryn C. Moss.
Advanced Materials (2013)
Recent progress on conducting organic charge-transfer salts
Martin R. Bryce.
Chemical Society Reviews (1991)
An introduction to molecular electronics
Michael C. Petty;Martin R. Bryce;D. Bloor.
All-organic thermally activated delayed fluorescence materials for organic light-emitting diodes
Yuchao Liu;Chensen Li;Zhongjie Ren;Shouke Yan.
Nature Reviews Materials (2018)
Functionalised tetrathiafulvalenes: new applications as versatile π-electron systems in materials chemistry
Martin R. Bryce.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2000)
Tetrathiafulvalenes as π‐Electron Donors for Intramolecular Charge‐Transfer Materials
Martin R. Bryce.
Advanced Materials (1999)
Precision control of single-molecule electrical junctions.
Wolfgang Haiss;Changsheng Wang;Iain Grace;Andrei S. Batsanov.
Nature Materials (2006)
Intermolecular electronic coupling of organic units for efficient persistent room-temperature phosphorescence
Zhiyong Yang;Zhu Mao;Xuepeng Zhang;Depei Ou.
Angewandte Chemie (2016)
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