Maxwell J. Crossley mainly focuses on Photochemistry, Porphyrin, Stereochemistry, Photon upconversion and Fullerene. His Photochemistry study incorporates themes from Rubrene, Organic solar cell and Singlet state. His Porphyrin research is under the purview of Organic chemistry.
The concepts of his Stereochemistry study are interwoven with issues in Crystallography and Ring. His research integrates issues of Fluorescence, Common emitter, Solar cell, Suns in alchemy and Annihilation in his study of Photon upconversion. His Fullerene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Supramolecular chemistry and Dendrimer.
His primary areas of study are Porphyrin, Photochemistry, Stereochemistry, Molecule and Crystallography. The Porphyrin study combines topics in areas such as Dendrimer, Polymer chemistry, Nanotechnology, Medicinal chemistry and Combinatorial chemistry. His Photochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Excited state and Photon upconversion.
His Stereochemistry research includes elements of Amino acid and Ring. His Molecule research includes themes of Spectroscopy and Computational chemistry. In his study, Scanning tunneling microscope is strongly linked to Monolayer, which falls under the umbrella field of Crystallography.
Maxwell J. Crossley spends much of his time researching Porphyrin, Photochemistry, Optoelectronics, Nanotechnology and Nanoparticle. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallography, Monolayer, Molecule, Stereochemistry and Electrochemistry. Maxwell J. Crossley has included themes like Excited state, Fluorescence, Annihilation and Photon upconversion in his Photochemistry study.
His study in the fields of Polymer solar cell under the domain of Optoelectronics overlaps with other disciplines such as Amorphous silicon. His Nanotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Photonics and Mesoporous material. His Nanoparticle study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Self-assembly and Biocompatibility.
His main research concerns Photochemistry, Porphyrin, Photon upconversion, Optoelectronics and Fluorescence. Specifically, his work in Photochemistry is concerned with the study of Electron transfer. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrogen, Monolayer, Polymer, Stereochemistry and Copper as well as Porphyrin.
As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Stereochemistry, concentrating on Molecule and frequently concerns with Metal ions in aqueous solution and Cobalt. His study in Photon upconversion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rubrene, Common emitter, Solar cell, Suns in alchemy and Annihilation. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecular oxygen and Optics.
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Improving the light-harvesting of amorphous silicon solar cells with photochemical upconversion
Yuen Yap Cheng;Burkhard Fückel;Rowan W. MacQueen;Tony Khoury.
Energy and Environmental Science (2012)
On the efficiency limit of triplet–triplet annihilation for photochemical upconversion
Yuen Yap Cheng;Tony Khoury;Raphaël G. C. R. Clady;Murad J. Y. Tayebjee.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2010)
Density Functional Theory for Charge Transfer: The Nature of the N-Bands of Porphyrins and Chlorophylls Revealed through CAM-B3LYP, CASPT2, and SAC-CI Calculations
Zheng-Li Cai;Maxwell J. Crossley;Jeffrey R. Reimers;Rika Kobayashi.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2006)
The dynamics of electronic energy transfer in novel multi-porphyrin functionalized dendrimers: A time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy study
E.K.L. Yeow;K.P. Ghiggino;J.N.H. Reek;J.N.H. Reek;M.J. Crossley.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2000)
Kinetic Analysis of Photochemical Upconversion by Triplet−Triplet Annihilation: Beyond Any Spin Statistical Limit
Yuen Yap Cheng;Burkhard Fückel;Tony Khoury;Raphaël G. C. R. Clady.
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters (2010)
An approach to porphyrin-based molecular wires: synthesis of a bis(porphyrin)tetraone and its conversion to a linearly conjugated tetrakisporphyrin system
Maxwell J. Crossley;Paul L. Burn.
Journal of The Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (1991)
Real-time single-molecule imaging of oxidation catalysis at a liquid–solid interface
Bas Hulsken;Richard Van Hameren;Jan W. Gerritsen;Tony Khoury.
Nature Nanotechnology (2007)
Supramolecular photovoltaic cells using porphyrin dendrimers and fullerenes
Taku Hasobe;Taku Hasobe;Yukiyasu Kashiwagi;Mark A. Absalom;Joseph Sly.
Advanced Materials (2004)
Efficiency Enhancement of Organic and Thin-Film Silicon Solar Cells with Photochemical Upconversion
Tim F. Schulze;Jens Czolk;Yuen Yap Cheng;Burkhard Fückel.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2012)
Supramolecular Photovoltaic Cells Based on Composite Molecular Nanoclusters: Dendritic Porphyrin and C60, Porphyrin Dimer and C60, and Porphyrin−C60 Dyad
Taku Hasobe;Taku Hasobe;Prashant V. Kamat;Mark A. Absalom;Yukiyasu Kashiwagi.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2004)
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