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Marks, Tobin J.

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Works: 47 works in 106 publications in 2 languages and 1,203 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other
Classifications: QD411, 547.05
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Most widely held works about Tobin J Marks
 
Most widely held works by Tobin J Marks
Fundamental and technological aspects of organo-f-element chemistry by Tobin J Marks( Book )

13 editions published between 1984 and 1985 in English and held by 180 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The past decade has seen a dramatic acceleration of activity and interest in phenomena surrounding lanthanide and actinide organo metallic compounds. Around the world, active research in organo-f element synthesis, chemistry, catalysis, crystallography, and quantum chemistry is in progress. This activity has spanned a remarkably wide range of disciplines, from synthetic/mechanistic inorganic and organic chemistry to radiochemistry, catalytic chemistry, spectroscopy (vibra tional, optical, magnetic resonance, photoelectron, Mossbauer), X-ray and neutron diffraction structural analysis, as well as to crystal field and molecular orbital theoretical studies at the interface of chemistry and physics. These investigations have been motivated both by fundamental and applied goals. The evidence that f-element organo metallic compounds have unique chemical and physical properties which cannot be duplicated by organometallic compounds of d-block elements has suggested many new areas of endeavor and application. For these reasons, a great many scientists felt the need for some international forum devoted exclusively to the subject of lanthanide and actinide organometallic compounds. In September of 1978, a NATO Advanced Study Institute entitled, "Organometallics of the f-Elements," was held at the SOGESTA Conference Center near Urbino, Italy. It was the universal feeling of the partic ipants that this first meeting was a great success and that vital international communication and collaboration had been stimulated. The principal lectures at this Institute were published by Reidel in 1979 as part of the NATO ASI Monograph Series ("Organometallics of the f-Elements," T.J. Marks and R.D. Fischer, editors)
Organometallics of the f-elements : proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held at Sogesta, Urbino, Italy, September 11-22, 1978 by Tobin J Marks( Book )

15 editions published between 1978 and 1979 in English and Dutch and held by 176 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

While the organometallic chemistry of the d-block transition elements has been a flourishing field for the past 25 years, it has only been in the last several years that dramatic activity and progJ'ess has occurred in the area of lanthanide and actinide organometallic chemistry. The f. -element organometallic research effort has been truly multinational and multidisciplinary. In a large number of countries, sCientists have become increasingly interested in the synthesis, reactivity, spectroscopy, and the molecular and electronic structures of f-element organometallic compounds. The backgrounds of these scientists range from organic, inorganic, nuclear, and catalytic chemistry to chemical and nuclear physics. The motivations for the study of f-element organometallics have been equally varied. In the area of basic research, there has been a growing realization that the lanthanides and actinides represent two unique and, to a great extent, neglected families of elements in which many fascinating aspects of chemistry and bonding remain to be explored. On a more practical level, an increasing number of these elements play important roles in nuclear energy production and in industrial catalytic processes. It has become apparent that efficiency and safety in both areas could greatly benefit from increased knowledge. In the past there has been no suitable international forum available for bringing together researchers in the diverse areas of f-element organometallic science mentioned above
Transparent electronics : from synthesis to applications by Antonio Facchetti( Book )

9 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 110 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The challenge for producing "invisible" electronic circuitry and opto-electronic devices is that the transistor materials must be transparent to visible light yet have good carrier mobilities. This requires a special class of materials having "contra-indicated properties" because from the band structure point of view, the combination of transparency and conductivity is contradictory
Metal-ligand bonding energetics in organotransition metal compounds by Polyhedron symposia-in-print number 6( Book )

5 editions published in 1988 in English and Undetermined and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Advances in polymerization catalysis : catalysts and processes( Book )

3 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Structural basis for the mechanical properties of polyeth[y]lenes by S. H Carr( Book )

2 editions published between 1983 and 1984 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The physical properties of polyethylene, the material used in gas transmission pipes, are ultimately determined by the nature of the polymeric molecules in the resin used in pipe manufacture. This relation between molecular structure and properties is based on the morphology formed in the polyethylene by a particular processing history. Model polyethylenes having very narrow molecular weight distributions and well defined levels of short chain branching and long chain branching have been used to quantify the effects of molecular structure on mechanical behavior. This first stage of the program has concentrated on true stress-true strain tensile properties and in the fracture toughness of single edge notched samples. It has been demonstrated that a critical molecular weight is required for the attainment of good ductility and fracture toughness. This critical molecular weight is increased by short chain branching and by long chain branching. The J-Integral method of analyzing fracture mechanics has been shown to be the best technique for inherently ductile polyethylenes. Measurements show 2.5-fold increase in fracture toughness over precisely the same molecular weight range at which tensile ductility is achieved. Further work will extend our studies to lower short chain branch concentrations with model polyethylenes directly analogous to the most satisfactory resins for gas pipe applications. jg p3
The interface between heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis( )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Highly conductive halogenated low-dimensional materials( )

1 edition published in 1982 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

PBT (Poly(p-phenylenebenzobisthiazole)) PBO (Poly(p-phenylenebenzobisoxazole))-Based Hybrid Polymers with Nonlinear Optical Properties or High Electrical Conductivity( Book )

3 editions published between 1986 and 1990 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This project involves collaborative synthetic, polymer processing, and physicochemical work aimed at exploiting the unique properties of the high modulus/high strength polymers, poly(p-phenylenebenzobisthiazole) (PBT) and poly(p-phenylenebenzobisoxazole) (PBO), for electronic charge transport and nonlinear optical applications. In the former area, we exploring the properties of macromolecular/macromolecular and molecular/macromolecular hybrid materials constructed from PBT, PBO, and phthalocyanine metallomacrocycles. In the second thrust we are exploring the combination of judiciously selected processing strategies with electro-optic chromophore doping or direct incorporation in the polymer backbone
Rational Synthesis of New Unidimensional Solids: Chemical and Physical Studies of Mixed Valence Polyiodides( Book )

1 edition published in 1977 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This article surveys recent research in the author's laboratory on rationally synthesizing mixed valence materials, and on studying physicochemical properties of the resulting products. The resonance Raman/iodine-129 Mossbauer technique for charge distribution analysis is first outlined, then results in the areas of partially-oxidized bisdioximates and phthalocyanines are discussed. (Author)
Bromine as a Partial Oxidant. Oxidation State and Charge Transport in Brominated Nickel and Palladium Bisdiphenylglyoximates. A Comparison with the Ionidated Materials and Resonance Raman Structure-Spectra Correlations for Polybromides( Book )

1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This paper presents an investigation of oxidation state and charge transport in the low-dimensional materials Ni(dpg)2Br1.0 and Pd(dpg)2Br1.1, dpg = diphenylglyoximato. Resonance Raman structure-spectra correlations are discussed for polybromides, and Br5 is assigned as the predominant halogen species in both of these materials. Thus, the M(dpg)2 units are formally in fractional oxidation states of ca. +0.20(2) (M=Ni) and +0.22(2) (M=Pd). In the optical spectra of both materials, a broad transition at 500 nm is related to the polybromide chains. Four-probe single crystal electrical conductivities (dc) in the stacking direction at 300 K are as high as .00091/omega cm (Ni(dpg)2Br1.0) and .00015/omega cm (Pd(dpg)2Br1.1). The conductivity is demonstrated to be thermally activated with activation energies of 0.33 and 0.21 eV, respectively. The transport properties of the brominated materials are found to be very similar to those of the related M(dpg)2I materials (M=Ni, Pd), a result contrary to expectations if the halogen chains were the major charge carrier. (Author)
Rational Control of Electronic Structure and Lattice Architecture in Electrically Conducting Molecular/Macromolecular Assemblies( Book )

1 edition published in 1981 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This article discusses an approach to control molecular stacking interactions in low-dimensional mixed molecular assemblies by locking partially oxidized metallomacrocycles together in a face-to-face orientation. Thus, doping of the cofacially linked polymers M(Pc)O sub n (M = Si, Ge, Sn; Pc = phthalocyaninato) with halogen (I2, Br2) or quinone (e.g., DDQ, TCNQ) electron acceptors produces robust, electrically conductive polymers with a wide range of stoichiometries and properties. The new materials have been studied by a variety of physical methods including X-ray diffraction, resonance Raman and infrared spectroscopy, ESR, static magnetic susceptibility, variable-temperature four-probe d.c., electrical conductivity, and voltage-shorted compaction techniques. Evidence is presented that some of the macromolecules have metal-like conductivity in the stacking direction and that transport properties within the series can be readily manipulated by rational variation of lattice architecture (e.g., the identity of the metal, M) and acceptor characteristics. Insight into those acceptor properties which stabilize the mixed valent state is provided. (Author)
Organic synthesis with lanthanides : prospects and frontiers by Table ronde Roussel-Uclaf( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Electrically Conductive Macromolecules via Cofacial Assembly Techniques( Book )

1 edition published in 1980 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The properties of low-dimensional mixed valence material consisting of molecular stacks are critically dependent on the rather capricious and unpredictable intermolecular forces that dictate whether stacks form, whether the stacks are segregated, the orientation of donor with respect to acceptor the relative orientation of units within a stack, and the stacking repeat distance. Discussed in this lecture are rational approaches to overcome such problems by combining polymer chemistry with recently developed methodology for synthesizing stacked, partially oxidized metallomacrocycles and for measuring the degree of incomplete charge transfer. New results on the chemical, structural, and electronic properties of highly conductive macro-molecules prepared by covalently linking metallomacrocycles in a rigid, face-to-face configuration as shown below, followed by doping, are presented
Improved Transparent Conducting Oxides for Photovoltaics : Final Research Report, 1 May 1999--31 December 2002( )

1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This subcontract focused on next-generation transparent conducting oxides (TCOs) for improved PV performance. More specifically, there were two research foci: (1) improved Sn-based, n-type TCOs aimed at enhanced CdTe PV cell performance, and (2) novel Cu-based, p-type TCOs applicable to a variety of PV designs. The objective of the research under this subcontract was to identify, explore, evaluate, and develop future generations of photovoltaic technologies that can meet the long-term goal of producing low-cost electricity from sunlight
Self-Assembled Materials Systems and Devices for R-FLICS( )

1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Electro-optic (EO) modulators based on multilayer self-assembled superlattices (SAS) from wet deposition, and from vapor phase deposition have been designed, fabricated, and characterized. Two-step wet chemical protection-deprotection approach for the growth of SAS was used for the fabrication of electro-optic modulators. With this process the SAS film can he grown at a rate of about 40 minutes per bilayer, and it is at least one order of magnitude more rapid than previous three-step deposition method. Novel approaches of self-assembly via vapor phase deposition were investigated for the growth of EO active DTPT, and PEPCOOH thin films. The EO active thin films exhibit strong second harmonic generation and EO modulation effects without external electric field poling. Promising electro-optic materials were used for the grown of EO thin films from vapor phase, and prototype electro-optic modulators were fabricated and tested by integrating the intrinsically acentric self-assembled thin films with low-loss polymeric layers and semiconductor substrates
European Research and Development in Hybrid Flexible Electronics( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The increasing miniaturization and complexity of emerging electronics products and systems brings many technical challenges but also excellent promise for improving capabilities and reducing costs through printing-like manufacturing processes and through combining of functionalities in what are called hybrid flexible electronics systems. Important application areas include energy, consumer electronics, healthcare, communications, and national defense. This report is a review of hybrid flexible electronics research and development activities in Western Europe, conducted by a panel of leading U.S. experts in the field, as a window to view what opportunities and challenges exist for U.S. researchers, educators, and manufacturers in this highly interdisciplinary field. The report covers materials development, device challenges, systems opportunities, and processing and manufacturing topics. It also includes a section that reviews several of the large European innovation centers that are bringing a multidisciplinary and practical commercial focus to R & D in the field. The report details the strengths of the basic research being conducted in Europe and the vitality of the close partnerships between university groups, basic research laboratories, industry, and innovation centers, sustained by sizeable research grants that specifically promote such interactions and efficiently support development. Appendix C summarizes the results of the WTEC bibliometric study of world research in hybrid flexible electronics, 1994?2008, which includes a view of the status of R & D in this field in Asia as well as in Europe and the United States
Knowledge Base for the Design, Synthesis, and Processing of Maximum Performance NLO Polymers( )

1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This project consists of a collaborative synthetic, processing, physical characterization, and theoretical program aimed at the rational design, construction, evaluation, and fundamental understanding of new types of maximum-performance molecule/polymer-based materials exhibiting high second-order (x(2)) optical nonlinearities. Areas of emphasis include poled chromophore-functionalized glassy polymers, poled chromophore-embedded crosslinkable matrices, chromophoric self-assembled superlattices, the theoretical design and analysis of novel chromophores and chromophore environments, theoretical studies of poling dynamics, studies of optical damage phenomena, and fabrication of new types of NLO waveguides. Each research component of this highly interactive effort builds upon work already in progress as well as upon strong on-going collaborations in laser optics and quantum theory
Rational Design, Construction, and Processing of High-Performance Nonlinear Optical Materials( )

2 editions published between 1993 and 1994 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This project consists of a collaborative synthetic, processing, physical characterization, and theoretical program aimed at the rational design, construction, evaluation, and fundamental understanding of new types of maximum- performance molecule/polymer-based materials exhibiting high second-order (CHI(2)) optical nonlinearities. Areas of emphasis include poled chromophore-functionalized glassy polymers, poled chromophore-embedded crosslinkable matrices, chromophoric self-assembled superlattices, the theoretical design and analysis of novel chromophores and chromophore environments, theoretical studies of poling dynamics, studies of optical damage phenomena, and fabrication of new types of NLO waveguides. Each research component of this highly interactive effort builds upon work already in progress as well as upon strong on-going collaborations in laser optics and quantum theory. Nonlinear optical material, Polymer, Chromophore, Cross-linking, Self-assembly, Second harmonic generation
 
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Fundamental and technological aspects of organo-f-element chemistry
Alternative Names
Marks, T. J.

Marks, T. J. 1944-

Marks, T. J. (Tobin J.)

Marks, T. J. (Tobin J.), 1944-

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Transparent electronics : from synthesis to applications