ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
In addition to the electronic theses found in the ASU Digital Repository, ASU Theses and Dissertations can be found in the ASU Library Catalog.
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- Lind, Mary
- 3 Arizona State University
- 1 Adams, James
- 1 Alford, Terry
- 1 Anderson, James
- 1 Bakken, Nathan J.
- 1 Dai, Lenore
- 1 Green, Matthew
- 1 Ibrahim, Amr Fatehy Muhammad
- 1 Li, Jian
- 1 Lin, Jerry
- 1 Lin, Jerry Y.S.
- 1 Linneen, Nick
- 1 MU, Bin
- 1 Nielsen, David
- 1 Pfeffer, Robert
- 1 Rege, Kaushal
- 1 Wang, Qing
Organic optoelectronics include a class of devices synthesized from carbon containing ‘small molecule’ thin films without long range order crystalline or polymer structure. Novel properties such as low modulus and flexibility as well as excellent device performance such as photon emission approaching 100% internal quantum efficiency have accelerated research in this area substantially. While optoelectronic organic light emitting devices have already realized commercial application, challenges to obtain extended lifetime for the high energy visible spectrum and the ability to reproduce natural white light with a simple architecture have limited the value of this technology for some display and lighting applications. …
- Bakken, Nathan J., Li, Jian, Dai, Lenore, et al.
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Post-combustion carbon capture is a viable option for reducing CO2 greenhouse gas emissions, and one potentially promising technology for this route is adsorption using chemically and physically based sorbents. A number of exceptional CO2 sorbents materials have been prepared including metal organic frameworks, zeolites, and carbon based materials. One particular group of capable materials are amine based solid sorbents that has shown to possess high adsorption capacities and favorable adsorption kinetics. A key variable in the synthesis of an amine based sorbent is the support which acts as the platform for the amine modification. Aerogels, due to their high porosities …
- Linneen, Nick, Lin, Jerry, Pfeffer, Robert, et al.
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Graphene oxide membranes have shown promising gas separation characteristics specially for hydrogen that make them of interest for industrial applications. However, the gas transport mechanism for these membranes is unclear due to inconsistent permeation and separation results reported in literature. Graphene oxide membranes made by filtration, the most common synthesis method, contain wrinkles affecting their gas separation characteristics and the method itself is difficult to scale up. Moreover, the production of graphene oxide membranes with fine-tuned interlayer spacing for improved molecular separation is still a challenge. These unsolved issues will affect their potential impact on industrial gas separation applications. In …
- Ibrahim, Amr Fatehy Muhammad, Lin, Jerry Y.S., MU, Bin, et al.
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