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Park, Young S. (박영석)

Department
Department of Chemistry(화학과)
Website
https://sites.google.com/site/youngsparkunist
Lab
Advanced Organic Materials Lab. (첨단 유기 재료 연구실)
Research Keywords
유기 합성, 합성 방법론, organic synthesis, synthetic methodology, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, graphene nanoribbon, bottom-up synthesis, heteroatom-doping
Research Interests
Our laboratory is interested in developing general, facile yet selective synthetic strategies towards broad range of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) systems. Through these general synthetic methodologies, we aim to build previously unknown low dimensional and multidimensional organic materials that hold great potential for applications in organic electronics.We design, synthesize, and characterize organic materials and seek for their applications in organic electronics. Particularly, we are interested in controlling the frontier molecular orbital energy levels by heteroatom-doping. By bottom-up approach using organic chemistry, we carefully introduce heteroatoms into the molecule and control their positions at atomic level.
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2020-06Unveiling 79-year-old ixene and its BN-doped derivativePati, Palas Baran; Jin, Eunji; Kim, Yohan, et alARTICLE114 Unveiling 79-year-old ixene and its BN-doped derivative
2018-07Contorted polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon: promising Li insertion organic anodePark, Jaehyun; Lee, Cheol Woo; Joo, Se Hun, et alARTICLE611 Contorted polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon: promising Li insertion organic anode
2018-06ipso-Arylative polymerization as a route to π-conjugated polymers: synthesis of poly(3-hexylthiophene)Shih, Feng-Yang; Tian, Sisi; Gallagher, Nicholas, et alARTICLE290 ipso-Arylative polymerization as a route to π-conjugated polymers: synthesis of poly(3-hexylthiophene)
2016-03Synthesis of Nitrogen-Containing Rubicene and Tetrabenzopentacene DerivativesPark, Young S.; Dibble, David J.; Kim, Juhwan, et alARTICLE662 Synthesis of Nitrogen-Containing Rubicene and Tetrabenzopentacene Derivatives
2016-01An Aza-Diels-Alder Approach to Crowded BenzoquinolinesMazaheripour, Amir; Dibble, David J.; Umerani, Mehran J., et alARTICLE638 An Aza-Diels-Alder Approach to Crowded Benzoquinolines
2015-05Synthesis of Polybenzoquinolines as Precursors for Nitrogen-Doped Graphene NanoribbonsDibble, David J.; Park, Young S.; Mazaheripour, Amir, et alARTICLE518 Synthesis of Polybenzoquinolines as Precursors for Nitrogen-Doped Graphene Nanoribbons
2015-02An Aza-Diels-Alder Route to PolyquinolinesDibble, David J.; Umerani, Mehran J.; Mazaheripour, Amir, et alARTICLE529 An Aza-Diels-Alder Route to Polyquinolines
2014-09Polymerization of Tellurophene Derivatives by Microwave-Assisted Palladium-Catalyzed ipso-Arylative PolymerizationPark, Young S.; Wu, Qin; Nam, Chang-Yong, et alARTICLE521 Polymerization of Tellurophene Derivatives by Microwave-Assisted Palladium-Catalyzed ipso-Arylative Polymerization
2014-07Effects of heteroatom substitution in conjugated heterocyclic compounds on photovoltaic performance: from sulfur to telluriumPark, Y. S.; Kale, T. S.; Nam, C. -Y., et alARTICLE449 Effects of heteroatom substitution in conjugated heterocyclic compounds on photovoltaic performance: from sulfur to tellurium
2012-03Photo-Cross-Linkable Azide-Functionalized Polythiophene for Thermally Stable Bulk Heterojunction Solar CellsNam, Chang-Yong; Qin, Yang; Park, Young S., et alARTICLE480 Photo-Cross-Linkable Azide-Functionalized Polythiophene for Thermally Stable Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
2011-06Conductance of Single Cobalt Chalcogenide Cluster JunctionsBoardman, Brycelyn M.; Widawsky, Jonathan R.; Park, Young S., et alARTICLE429 Conductance of Single Cobalt Chalcogenide Cluster Junctions
2010-07Reliable Formation of Single Molecule Junctions with Air-Stable Diphenylphosphine LinkersParameswaran, R.; Widawsky, J. R.; Vazquez, H., et alARTICLE502 Reliable Formation of Single Molecule Junctions with Air-Stable Diphenylphosphine Linkers
2009-08Frustrated Rotations in Single-Molecule JunctionsPark, Young S.; Widawsky, Jonathan R.; Kamenetska, Maria, et alARTICLE513 Frustrated Rotations in Single-Molecule Junctions
2009-03Formation and Evolution of Single-Molecule JunctionsKamenetska, M.; koentopp, M.; Whalley, A. C., et alARTICLE474 Formation and Evolution of Single-Molecule Junctions
2007-12Contact chemistry and single-molecule conductance: A comparison of phosphines, methyl sulfides, and aminesPark, Young S.; Whalley, Adam C.; Kamenetska, Maria, et alARTICLE502 Contact chemistry and single-molecule conductance: A comparison of phosphines, methyl sulfides, and amines
2007-02Electronics and chemistry: Varying single-molecule junction conductance using chemical substituentsVenkataraman, Latha; Park, Young S.; Whalley, Adam C., et alARTICLE537 Electronics and chemistry: Varying single-molecule junction conductance using chemical substituents
2003-06Comparison of the liquid crystalline properties of dimesogenic compounds bearing alkoxy and perfluoroalkoxy tailsLee, Jun-Woo; Park, Yongseok; Jin, Jung-Il, et alARTICLE551 Comparison of the liquid crystalline properties of dimesogenic compounds bearing alkoxy and perfluoroalkoxy tails
2003-02Dimeric liquid crystalline compounds having a central malonic acid moiety: effect of the length of the spacers and terminal chainsPark, Young Suk; Lee, Kyung-Hoon; Lee, Jun-Woo, et alARTICLE549 Dimeric liquid crystalline compounds having a central malonic acid moiety: effect of the length of the spacers and terminal chains
2002-09Dimeric compounds containing malonic acid as the central linking unit: synthesis and mesomorphic propertiesPrasad, Veena; Lee, Kyung-Hoon; Park, Young Suk, et alARTICLE600 Dimeric compounds containing malonic acid as the central linking unit: synthesis and mesomorphic properties
2002-09Synthesis and liquid crystalline properties of hyperbranched aromatic polyesters consisting of azoxybenzene mesogens and polymethylene spacersPark, Young Suk; Lee, Jun-Woo; Jin, Jung-IlARTICLE577

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