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    • Colloidal nanoplatelet/conducting polymer hybrids: excitonic and material properties 

      Guzelturk, B.; Menk, F.; Philipps, K.; Kelestemur Y.; Olutas M.; Zentel, R.; Demir, Hilmi Volkan (American Chemical Society, 2016)
      Here we present the first account of conductive polymer/colloidal nanoplatelet hybrids. For this, we developed DEH-PPV-based polymers with two different anchor groups (sulfide and amine) acting as surfactants for CdSe ...
    • Impurity coupled to an artificial magnetic field in a Fermi gas in a ring trap 

      Ünal, F. N.; Hetényi, B.; Oktel, M. Ö. (American Physical Society, 2015)
      The dynamics of a single impurity interacting with a many-particle background is one of the central problems of condensed-matter physics. Recent progress in ultracold-atom experiments makes it possible to control this ...
    • Theoretical investigation of excited states of oligothiophene anions 

      Alkan, F.; Salzner, U. (2008)
      Electron-hole symmetry upon p- and n-doping of conducting organic polymers is rationalized with Hückel theory by the presence of symmetrically located intragap states. Since density functional theory (DFT) predicts very ...