Thomas Lee
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Interfacial slip on rough, patterned and soft surfaces: A review of experiments and simulations
T Lee, E Charrault, C Neto
Advances in colloid and interface science 210, 21-38, 2014
Activated desorption at heterogeneous interfaces and long-time kinetics of hydrocarbon recovery from nanoporous media
T Lee, L Bocquet, B Coasne
Nature communications 7, 11890, 2016
The molecular origin of anisotropic emission in an organic light-emitting diode
T Lee, B Caron, M Stroet, DM Huang, PL Burn, AE Mark
Nano letters 17 (10), 6464-6468, 2017
Boundary flow on end-grafted PEG brushes
E Charrault, T Lee, CD Easton, C Neto
Soft matter 12 (6), 1906-1914, 2016
Revealing the interplay between charge transport, luminescence efficiency, and morphology in organic Light‐emitting diode blends
M Gao, T Lee, PL Burn, AE Mark, A Pivrikas, PE Shaw
Advanced Functional Materials 30 (9), 1907942, 2020
Morphology of a Bulk Heterojunction Photovoltaic Cell with Low Donor Concentration
T Lee, A Sanzogni, N Zhangzhou, PL Burn, AE Mark
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (38), 32413-32419, 2018
Interfacial Flow of Simple Liquids on Polymer Brushes: Effect of Solvent Quality and Grafting Density
T Lee, SC Hendy, C Neto
Macromolecules 45 (15), 6241-6252, 2012
Tunable Nanopatterns via the Constrained Dewetting of Polymer Brushes
T Lee, SC Hendy, C Neto
Macromolecules 46 (15), 6326-6335, 2013
Evolution and Morphology of Thin Films Formed by Solvent Evaporation: An Organic Semiconductor Case Study
T Lee, AV Sanzogni, PL Burn, AE Mark
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 12 (36), 40548-40557, 2020
Control of nanoparticle formation using the constrained dewetting of polymer brushes
T Lee, SC Hendy, C Neto
Nanoscale 7 (7), 2894-2899, 2015
Effect of Surface Roughness on Light-Absorber Orientation in an Organic Photovoltaic Film
T Lee, PL Burn, AE Mark
Chemistry of Materials 31 (17), 6918-6924, 2019
Tunable nanopatterns formed by polymer brushes
T Lee
University of Sydney, 2013
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