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Jessi Sinness
  • 4th year graduate student at the University of Washington in Chemistry
  • Graduated with a BS from the University of Puget Sound
  • Research Focus: NLO chromophore synthesis
  • Other interests: dancing, hiking

Publications:

Synthesis of dendridic NLO chromophores for the improvement of order in electro-optics. Sinness, Jessica; Clot, Olivier; Bhatambrekar, Nishant; Hammond, Scott R.; Rommel, Harrison L.; Robinson, Bruce H.; Jen, Alex K.-Y.; Dalton, Larry R. MRS National Meeting, November 2004.

Organic Electro-Optic Materials. Dalton, L.; Robinson, B.; Jen, A.; Ried, P.; Eichinger, B.; Jang, S.-H.; Luo, J.; Liu, S.; Liao, Y.; Firestone, K.; Bhatambrekar, N.; Bale, D.; Haller, M.; Bhattacharjee, S.; Schendel, J.; Sullivan, P.; Hammond, S.; Buker, N.; Cady, F.; Chen, A.; Steier, W. SPIE, submitted.

Development of multi-chromophore bundles with high second order non-linear properties. Clot, Olivier; Buker, Nicholas; Schendel, Jessica; Bhattacharjee, Sanchali; Dalton, Larry. 226th ACS National Meeting, New York, NY, September 7-11, 2003.

Development of multi-chromophore bundles with high second order non-linear properties. Clot, Olivier; Buker, Nicholas; Schendel, Jessica; Bhattacharjee, Sanchali; Dalton, Larry. Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering (2003) 89, 572-573.

 
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