Frank Schreiber
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Structure and growth of self-assembling monolayers
F Schreiber
Progress in surface science 65 (5-8), 151-257, 2000
Perovskite solar cells with CuSCN hole extraction layers yield stabilized efficiencies greater than 20%
N Arora, MI Dar, A Hinderhofer, N Pellet, F Schreiber, SM Zakeeruddin, ...
Science 358 (6364), 768-771, 2017
Step-by-step route for the synthesis of metal− organic frameworks
O Shekhah, H Wang, S Kowarik, F Schreiber, M Paulus, M Tolan, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (49), 15118-15119, 2007
Self-assembled monolayers: from ‘simple’model systems to biofunctionalized interfaces
F Schreiber
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 16 (28), R881, 2004
Ultrahydrophobic 3D/2D fluoroarene bilayer-based water-resistant perovskite solar cells with efficiencies exceeding 22%
Y Liu, S Akin, L Pan, R Uchida, N Arora, JV Milić, A Hinderhofer, ...
Science advances 5 (6), eaaw2543, 2019
Organic molecular beam deposition: Growth studies beyond the first monolayer
F Schreiber
physica status solidi (a) 201 (6), 1037-1054, 2004
Organic molecular beam deposition: Growth studies beyond the first monolayer
F Schreiber
physica status solidi (a) 201 (6), 1037-1054, 2004
Protein interactions studied by SAXS: effect of ionic strength and protein concentration for BSA in aqueous solutions
F Zhang, MWA Skoda, RMJ Jacobs, RA Martin, CM Martin, F Schreiber
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111 (1), 251-259, 2007
PTCDA on Au (1 1 1), Ag (1 1 1) and Cu (1 1 1): Correlation of interface charge transfer to bonding distance
S Duhm, A Gerlach, I Salzmann, B Bröker, RL Johnson, F Schreiber, ...
Organic Electronics 9 (1), 111-118, 2008
Protein self-diffusion in crowded solutions
F Roosen-Runge, M Hennig, F Zhang, RMJ Jacobs, M Sztucki, H Schober, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (29), 11815-11820, 2011
Impact of bidirectional charge transfer and molecular distortions on the electronic structure of a metal-organic interface
L Romaner, G Heimel, JL Brédas, A Gerlach, F Schreiber, RL Johnson, ...
Physical review letters 99 (25), 256801, 2007
Adsorption mechanisms, structures, and growth regimes of an archetypal self-assembling system: Decanethiol on Au (111)
F Schreiber, A Eberhardt, TYB Leung, P Schwartz, SM Wetterer, ...
Physical Review B 57 (19), 12476, 1998
Real-time observation of structural and orientational transitions during growth of organic thin films
S Kowarik, A Gerlach, S Sellner, F Schreiber, L Cavalcanti, O Konovalov
Physical Review Letters 96 (12), 125504, 2006
Rapid roughening in thin film growth of an organic semiconductor (diindenoperylene)
AC Dürr, F Schreiber, KA Ritley, V Kruppa, J Krug, H Dosch, B Struth
Physical review letters 90 (1), 016104, 2003
High fill factor and open circuit voltage in organic photovoltaic cells with diindenoperylene as donor material
J Wagner, M Gruber, A Hinderhofer, A Wilke, B Bröker, J Frisch, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 20 (24), 4295-4303, 2010
Reentrant condensation of proteins in solution induced by multivalent counterions
F Zhang, MWA Skoda, RMJ Jacobs, S Zorn, RA Martin, CM Martin, ...
Physical review letters 101 (14), 148101, 2008
On the structure and evolution of the buried S/Au interface in self-assembled monolayers: X-ray standing wave results
P Fenter, F Schreiber, L Berman, G Scoles, P Eisenberger, MJ Bedzyk
Surface Science 412, 213-235, 1998
Charged and metallic molecular monolayers through surface-induced aromatic stabilization
G Heimel, S Duhm, I Salzmann, A Gerlach, A Strozecka, J Niederhausen, ...
Nature chemistry 5 (3), 187-194, 2013
In situ studies of morphology, strain, and growth modes of a molecular organic thin film
P Fenter, F Schreiber, L Zhou, P Eisenberger, SR Forrest
Physical Review B 56 (6), 3046, 1997
Adsorption-induced intramolecular dipole: Correlating molecular conformation and interface electronic structure
N Koch, A Gerlach, S Duhm, H Glowatzki, G Heimel, A Vollmer, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (23), 7300-7304, 2008
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