1988 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For important contributions to the scientific understanding of the electronic properties of organic solids, including photoconduction, energy transfer, solidstate reactions, nonlinear optics, electronic structure theory, and conducting polymers
His primary areas of study are Polyacetylene, Photochemistry, Polymer, Doping and Polydiacetylenes. Ronald R. Chance has included themes like Ionization, Polythiophene, Conductive polymer, Polypyrrole and Hamiltonian in his Polyacetylene study. The concepts of his Photochemistry study are interwoven with issues in Charge and Crystal.
His Polymer research integrates issues from Crystallography and Metal. His Doping research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bipolaron, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Conductivity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Specular reflection, Substituent and Phase transition.
Ronald R. Chance spends much of his time researching Polymer, Photochemistry, Adsorption, Polyacetylene and Chemical engineering. His Polymer study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Doping and Polymer chemistry. His study focuses on the intersection of Photochemistry and fields such as Polymerization with connections in the field of Monomer and Crystallography.
His Adsorption research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inorganic chemistry, Chromatography and Ethanol. His research investigates the link between Inorganic chemistry and topics such as Sulfide that cross with problems in Poly. The Polyacetylene study combines topics in areas such as Molecular physics, Ionization and Polythiophene, Conductive polymer.
Ronald R. Chance mostly deals with Adsorption, Chemical engineering, Inorganic chemistry, Sorption and Waste management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ethanol, Oxide, Crystal and Polymer in addition to Adsorption. His research ties Chemical physics and Polymer together.
His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Molecular sieve and Amine gas treating. His work in Inorganic chemistry covers topics such as Diffusion which are related to areas like Order of magnitude. The concepts of his Sorption study are interwoven with issues in Fiber, Packed bed and Flue gas.
Ronald R. Chance mainly investigates Adsorption, Inorganic chemistry, Ethanol, Sorption and Methanol. His study in Amine gas treating extends to Adsorption with its themes. His studies deal with areas such as Covalent bond, Chemical engineering and Polymer as well as Inorganic chemistry.
Ronald R. Chance interconnects Oxide, Butanol, Polymerization and Diffusion in the investigation of issues within Chemical engineering. His work in Ethanol addresses subjects such as Water vapor, which are connected to disciplines such as Alcohol, Relative pressure, Analytical chemistry, Imidazolate and Chromatography. His research integrates issues of Fiber, Thermal and Process integration in his study of Sorption.
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Molecular Fluorescence and Energy Transfer Near Interfaces
R. R. Chance;A. Prock;R. Silbey.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 37 (2007)
Chain-length dependence of electronic and electrochemical properties of conjugated systems: polyacetylene, polyphenylene, polythiophene, and polypyrrole
Jean-Luc Bredas;R. Silbey;D. S. Boudreaux;R. R. Chance.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1983)
Optical Nonlinearities in One-Dimensional-Conjugated Polymer Crystals.
C. Sauteret;J. P. Hermann;R. Frey;F. Pradère.
Physical Review Letters (1976)
Highly conducting polyparaphenylene, polypyrrole, and polythiophene chains: Anab initiostudy of the geometry and electronic-structure modifications upon doping
J. L. Brédas;B. Thémans;J. G. Fripiat;J. M. André.
Physical Review B (1984)
Comparative theoretical study of the doping of conjugated polymers: Polarons in polyacetylene and polyparaphenylene
Jean-Luc Bredas;R. R. Chance;R. Silbey.
Physical Review B (1982)
Highly conducting charge‐transfer complexes of poly(p‐phenylene)
D. M. Ivory;G. G. Miller;J. M. Sowa;L. W. Shacklette.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1979)
Conjugated polymeric materials : opportunities in electronics, optoelectronics and molecular electronics
J. L. Bredas;R. R. Chance.
Structural basis for semiconducting and metallic polymer dopant systems
R. H. Baughman;J. L. Brédas;R. R. Chance;R. L. Elsenbaumer.
Chemical Reviews (1982)
A nonempirical effective Hamiltonian technique for polymers: Application to polyacetylene and polydiacetylene
J. L. Brédas;R. R. Chance;R. Silbey;G. Nicolas.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1981)
A planar–nonplanar conformational transition in conjugated polymer solutions
G. N. Patel;R. R. Chance;J. D. Witt.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1979)
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