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Keun Hyung Lee
Keun Hyung Lee
Chemical Engineering, Inha University
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Electrolyte‐Gated Transistors for Organic and Printed Electronics
SH Kim, K Hong, W Xie, KH Lee, S Zhang, TP Lodge, CD Frisbie
Advanced Materials 25 (13), 1822-1846, 2013
9952013
“Cut and Stick” Rubbery Ion Gels as High Capacitance Gate Dielectrics
KH Lee, MS Kang, S Zhang, Y Gu, TP Lodge, CD Frisbie
Advanced Materials 24 (32), 4457-4462, 2012
4642012
Ionic conductivity, capacitance, and viscoelastic properties of block copolymer-based ion gels
S Zhang, KH Lee, CD Frisbie, TP Lodge
Macromolecules 44 (4), 940-949, 2011
2362011
Electrical impedance of spin-coatable ion gel films
KH Lee, S Zhang, TP Lodge, CD Frisbie
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 115 (13), 3315-3321, 2011
2052011
High Toughness, High Conductivity Ion Gels by Sequential Triblock Copolymer Self-Assembly and Chemical Cross-Linking
Y Gu, S Zhang, L Martinetti, KH Lee, LD McIntosh, CD Frisbie, TP Lodge
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (26), 9652-9655, 2013
2042013
Printed, sub‐2V ZnO Electrolyte Gated Transistors and Inverters on Plastic
K Hong, SH Kim, KH Lee, CD Frisbie
Advanced Materials 25 (25), 3413-3418, 2013
1832013
Performance and Stability of Aerosol-Jet-Printed Electrolyte-Gated Transistors Based on Poly (3-hexylthiophene)
SH Kim, K Hong, KH Lee, CD Frisbie
ACS applied materials & interfaces 5 (14), 6580-6585, 2013
1372013
Viscoelastic properties, ionic conductivity, and materials design considerations for poly (styrene-b-ethylene oxide-b-styrene)-based ion gel electrolytes
S Zhang, KH Lee, J Sun, CD Frisbie, TP Lodge
Macromolecules 44 (22), 8981-8989, 2011
1162011
Ultra‐Sensitive and Stretchable Ionic Skins for High‐Precision Motion Monitoring
JH Kim, KG Cho, DH Cho, K Hong, KH Lee
Advanced Functional Materials 31 (16), 2010199, 2021
772021
Block Copolymer‐Based Supramolecular Ionogels for Accurate On‐Skin Motion Monitoring
KG Cho, S An, DH Cho, JH Kim, J Nam, M Kim, KH Lee
Advanced Functional Materials 31 (36), 2102386, 2021
752021
Physically Cross-Linked Homopolymer Ion Gels for High Performance Electrolyte-Gated Transistors
HM Yang, YK Kwon, SB Lee, S Kim, K Hong, KH Lee
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9 (10), 8813-8818, 2017
732017
Light‐Emitting Devices Based on Electrochemiluminescence Gels
KG Cho, JI Lee, S Lee, K Hong, MS Kang, KH Lee
Advanced Functional Materials, 1907936, 2020
712020
Transfer Printing of Thermoreversible Ion Gels for Flexible Electronics
KH Lee, S Zhang, Y Gu, TP Lodge, CD Frisbie
ACS applied materials & interfaces 5 (19), 9522-9527, 2013
582013
Self-supporting ion gels for electrochemiluminescent sticker-type optoelectronic devices
K Hong, YK Kwon, J Ryu, JY Lee, SH Kim, KH Lee
Scientific reports 6 (1), 29805, 2016
552016
Apparent pH sensitivity of solution-gated graphene transistors
MH Lee, BJ Kim, KH Lee, IS Shin, W Huh, JH Cho, MS Kang
Nanoscale 7 (17), 7540-7544, 2015
542015
Optimizing electrochemically active surfaces of carbonaceous electrodes for ionogel based supercapacitors
KG Cho, HS Kim, SS Jang, H Kyung, MS Kang, KH Lee, WC Yoo
Advanced Functional Materials 30 (30), 2002053, 2020
512020
Photo-Patternable ZnO Thin Films Based on Cross-Linked Zinc Acrylate for Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Complementary Inverters
YJ Jeong, TK An, DJ Yun, LH Kim, S Park, Y Kim, S Nam, KH Lee, SH Kim, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (8), 5499-5508, 2016
482016
Sub-2 V, Transfer-Stamped Organic/Inorganic Complementary Inverters Based on Electrolyte-Gated Transistors
KG Cho, HJ Kim, HM Yang, KH Seol, SJ Lee, KH Lee
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (47), 40672-40680, 2018
402018
Solid‐State Dual Function Electrochemical Devices: Energy Storage and Light‐Emitting Applications
K Hong, MG Kim, HM Yang, DC Lim, JY Lee, SJ Kim, I Lee, KH Lee, ...
Advanced Energy Materials, 2016
372016
Dielectric properties of barium titanate supramolecular nanocomposites
KH Lee, J Kao, SS Parizi, G Caruntu, T Xu
Nanoscale 6 (7), 3526-3531, 2014
352014
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