His Nanotechnology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Characterization (materials science). Characterization (materials science) is closely attributed to Nanotechnology in his study. His Optics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Absorption spectroscopy. Absorption spectroscopy connects with themes related to Optics in his study. Norman Herron regularly ties together related areas like Geomorphology in his Lead (geology) studies. His study brings together the fields of Lead (geology) and Geomorphology. His Inorganic chemistry study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Halide. His studies link Inorganic chemistry with Halide. His Layer (electronics) research extends to the thematically linked field of Electroluminescence.
His Organic chemistry studies intersect with other disciplines such as Catalysis and Inorganic chemistry. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Inorganic chemistry and Organic chemistry in his work. Norman Herron combines Condensed matter physics and Superconductivity in his studies. By researching both Superconductivity and Quantum mechanics, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Quantum mechanics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Doping. His research on Doping frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Condensed matter physics. He merges Crystallography with Crystal structure in his research. Norman Herron connects Crystal structure with Crystallography in his research. His study on Citation is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Library science.
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Nanometer-sized semiconductor clusters: materials synthesis, quantum size effects, and photophysical properties
Ying Wang;N. Herron.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1991)
Highly efficient electroluminescent materials based on fluorinated organometallic iridium compounds
Y. Wang;N. Herron;V. V. Grushin;D. LeCloux.
Applied Physics Letters (2001)
Synthesis and Characterization of Surface-Capped, Size-Quantized CdS Clusters. Chemical Control of Cluster Size
Norman Herron;Ying Wang;Hellmut Eckert.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1990)
New, efficient electroluminescent materials based onorganometallic Ir complexes
Vladimir V. Grushin;Norman Herron;Daniel D. LeCloux;William J. Marshall.
Chemical Communications (2001)
Crystal Structure and Optical Properties of Cd32S14(SC6H5)36. DMF4, a Cluster with a 15 Angstrom CdS Core
N. Herron;J. C. Calabrese;W. E. Farneth;Y. Wang.
Optical properties of CdS and PbS clusters encapsulated in zeolites
Y. Wang;N. Herron.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1987)
Preparation and characterization of layered lead halide compounds
J. Calabrese;N. L. Jones;R. L. Harlow;N. Herron.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1991)
The Structure and Optical Properties of CdS Superclusters in Zeolite Hosts
Norman Herron;Ying Wang;Mike M. Eddy;Galen D. Stucky.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1989)
Quantum size effects on the exciton energy of CdS clusters.
Ying Wang;Norman Herron.
Physical Review B (1990)
Structures, Phase Transitions and Tricritical Behavior of the Hybrid Perovskite Methyl Ammonium Lead Iodide
P. S. Whitfield;N. Herron;W. E. Guise;K. Page.
Scientific Reports (2016)
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