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Dr. David Heinrich

Publications in the Thelakkat group

[1] Goel, M., Heinrich, C.D., Krauss, G. & Thelakkat, M. Principles of Structural Design of Conjugated Polymers Showing Excellent Charge Transport toward Thermoelectrics and Bioelectronics Applications. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 0(0):1800915, 2019.
[2] Heinrich, C.D., Reichstein, P.M. & Thelakkat, M. Synthesis, Surface Grafting, and Fabrication of Ultrathin Polymeric SAMFETs with High Field-Effect Mobility. ACS Applied Materials \& Interfaces, 10(41):35441-35448, 2018.
[3] Heinrich, C.D., Fischer, M., Thurn-Albrecht, T. & Thelakkat, M. Modular Synthesis and Structure Analysis of P3HT-b-PPBI Donor–Acceptor Diblock Copolymers. Macromolecules, 51(18):7044-7051, 2018.
[4] Heinrich, C.D., Tuncel Kostakoglu, S. & Thelakkat, M. Densely grafted liquid crystalline copper phthalocyanine side chain polymer: synthesis and characterization. J. Mater. Chem. C, 5:6259-6268, 2017.
[5] Heinrich, C., Hufnagel, M., Singh, C., Fischer, M., Alam, S., Hoppe, H., Thurn-Albrecht, T. & Thelakkat, M. Nanoscale Morphology from Donor–Acceptor Block Copolymers: Formation and Functions. , pages 157-191, 2017.
[6] Heinrich, C.D. & Thelakkat, M. Poly-(3-hexylthiophene) bottlebrush copolymers with tailored side-chain lengths and high charge carrier mobilities. J. Mater. Chem. C, 4:5370-5378, 2016.
[7] Lang, A., Muth, M., Heinrich, C., Carrasco-Orozco, M. & Thelakkat, M. Pendant perylene polymers with high electron mobility. J. Polym. Sci. B Polym. Phys., 51:1480-1486, 2013.