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Organic nanoelectronics, self assembly, organization, organic interface engineering
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1. K. S. Narayan, A. A. Alagiriswamy, and R. J. Spry, Electronic transport studies of a ladder-type polymer, Bull. Of Amer. Phys. Soc., Vol. 41, 756 (1998).
2. K. S. Narayan, A. A. Alagiriswamy and R. J. Spry, Dc transport studies of poly - (Benzimidazobenzophenanthroline) a ladder - type polymer, Phys. Rev. B, Vol. 59, 10054 (1999).
3. A. A. Alagiriswamy and K. S. Narayan, Determination of trap states in ladder-type polymers, Syn. Metals, Vol. 116, 297 (2001).
4. A. A. Alagiriswamy and K. S. Narayan, Electronic defect studies of a ladder-type polymer, J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 91, 3021 (2002).
5. A. A. Alagiriswamy, K.S.Narayan and G. R. Govinda Raju, Relaxation process in aromatic polyimide film, Vol. 35, 2850 (2002).
6. A. G. Manoj, A. A. Alagiriswamy and K. S. Narayan, Photogenerated charge carrier transport in p-n polymeric bilayer structures, J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 98, 4088 (2003).
7. K. S. Narayan, A.G. Manoj, Th. B. Singh and A. A. Alagiriswamy, Novel strategies for polymer based light sensors, Vol. 417, 75 (2002).
8. A. A. Alagiriswamy, Claus Jaeger, Armin Knoll, Mukundan Thelakkat, Georg Kraush, and Dietrich Haarer, “Scanning local surface potential distributions in polymeric macrophase separated (p - n) blend systems’’ (published - J. Phys. D: Applied Physics).
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Moelcular Electronics, JNCASR, Bangalore, university of bayreuth, germany, nctu, taiwan, snu, korea
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