Philippe Leclère mainly focuses on Self-assembly, Polymer chemistry, Supramolecular chemistry, Polymer and Molecule. His work in Self-assembly covers topics such as Stereochemistry which are related to areas like Helicity, Hydrogen and Thiophene. His Polymer chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Copolymer, Glass transition, Acid hydrolysis, Conjugated system and Chemical engineering.
The Supramolecular chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Phenylene and Porphyrin. His research in Polymer intersects with topics in Solvent polarity and Xanthene, Optics, Holography. His Molecule study which covers Photochemistry that intersects with Range, Fluorescence and Liquid crystal.
His primary areas of study are Polymer chemistry, Nanotechnology, Copolymer, Polymer and Chemical engineering. The concepts of his Polymer chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Conjugated system, Thin film, Acrylate, Alkyl and Methyl methacrylate. His studies deal with areas such as Supramolecular chemistry, Molecule, Nanostructure, Crystallography and Self-assembly as well as Conjugated system.
Philippe Leclère has researched Molecule in several fields, including Chemical physics and Monolayer. In his study, Terthiophene and Photochemistry is strongly linked to Fluorene, which falls under the umbrella field of Copolymer. His Polymer research includes themes of Characterization and Optics.
Philippe Leclère focuses on Chemical engineering, Nanotechnology, Composite material, Metal and Scanning probe microscopy. His studies in Chemical engineering integrate themes in fields like Nanoscopic scale and Sputtering. In his study, Molecule is inextricably linked to Ionic liquid, which falls within the broad field of Sputtering.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Adhesion and Chemical physics in addition to Molecule. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Perovskite, Bio based and Polymer. His study in Polymer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Volume fraction, Thin film, Colloidal gold and Plasma.
Chemical engineering, Isotropic etching, Composite material, Metal and Microscopy are his primary areas of study. His Chemical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electrolyte, Current collector, Nanoscopic scale and Lithium. As a member of one scientific family, Philippe Leclère mostly works in the field of Nanoscopic scale, focusing on Natural rubber and, on occasion, Nanocomposite.
His Nanocomposite study combines topics in areas such as Thermoelectric effect, Thermoelectric materials, Polymer and Nanostructure. His Metal study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sputtering, Nanoparticle, Ionic liquid, Molecule and Titanium dioxide. His research integrates issues of Adhesion, Lectin and Biophysics in his study of Microscopy.
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White-light emitting hydrogen-bonded supramolecular copolymers based on π-conjugated oligomers
Robert Abbel;Christophe Grenier;Maarten J Pouderoijen;Jan W Stouwdam.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Thermoelectric properties of conducting polymers : The case of poly(3-hexylthiophene)
Y. Xuan;X. Liu;S. Desbief;P. Leclère.
Physical Review B (2010)
Supramolecular organization in block copolymers containing a conjugated segment: a joint AFM/molecular modeling study
P. Leclere;E. Hennebicq;A. Calderone;P. Brocorens.
Progress in Polymer Science (2003)
Polylactide/cellulose nanocrystal nanocomposites: Efficient routes for nanofiber modification and effects of nanofiber chemistry on PLA reinforcement
Stephen Spinella;Stephen Spinella;Stephen Spinella;Giada Lo Re;Bo Liu;John Dorgan.
Correlation between the microscopic morphology and the solid-state photoluminescence properties in fluorene-based polymers and copolymers
Mathieu Surin;Emmanuelle Hennebicq;Christophe Ego;Dirk Marsitzky.
Chemistry of Materials (2004)
Highly Regular Organization of Conjugated Polymer Chains via Block Copolymer Self-Assembly
Philippe Leclère;A. Calderone;D. Marsitzky;V. Francke.
Advanced Materials (2000)
Microdomain morphology analysis of block copolymers by atomic force microscopy with phase detection imaging
Philippe Leclère;Roberto Lazzaroni;Jean-Luc Brédas;Jian Ming Yu.
Characterization of an acrylamide based dry photopolymer holographic recording material
Suzanne Martin;Philippe E.L.G. Leclere;Yvon L. M. Renotte;Vincent Toal.
Optical Engineering (1994)
Field-effect transistors based on self-organized molecular nanostripes.
Massimiliano Cavallini;Pablo Stoliar;Jean-François Moulin;Mathieu Surin.
Nano Letters (2005)
Chiral amphiphilic self-assembled alpha,alpha'-linked quinque-, sexi-, and septithiophenes: synthesis, stability and odd-even effects.
O. Henze;W.J. Feast;F. Gardebien;P. Jonkheijm.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
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