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University of Delaware, DE

25. Y. Wu, S. S. Nagane, Q. Baugh, C.-Y. Lo, S. Chhatre, J. Lee, P. Sitarik, L. V. Kayser, D. C. Martin*,Cholesterol-substituted 3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene (EDOT-MA-cholesterol) and Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT-MA-cholesterol)” Giant, In Press, 2023.

giant paper

24. D. M. Nguyen, Y. Wu, A. Nolin, C.-Y. Lo, T. Guo, C. Dhong, D. C. Martin, L. V. Kayser*, “Electronically-Conductive Hydrogels by in-situ Polymerization of a Water-Soluble EDOT-Derived Monomer” Adv. Eng. Mater. 2022, 2200280. (invited for special collection: Women in Engineering Materials)


23. A. Nolin, K. Pierson, R. Hlibok, C.-Y. Lo, L. V. Kayser, and C. Dhong*. “Controlling fine touch sensations with polymer tacticity and crystallinity” Soft Matter, 2022, 18, 3928.


22. C.-Y. Lo, Y. Wu, E. Awuyah, D. Meli, D.M. Nguyen, R. Wu, B. Xu, J. Strzalka, J. Rivnay, D. Martin, L. Kayser*, “Influence of the Molecular Weight and Size Distribution of PSS on Mixed Ionic-Electronic Transport in PEDOT:PSS” Polym. Chem. 2022, 13, 2707. (invited for front cover and special collection: Tailoring dispersity and shape of molecular weight contributions)


cover polym chem

21. A. Nolin, A. Licht, K. Pierson, C.-Y. Lo, L.V. Kayser, C. Dhong*, “Predicting Human Touch Sensitivity to Single Atom Substitutions in Surface Monolayers for Molecular Control in Tactile Interfaces” Soft Matter, 2021, 17, 5050.

Graphical abstract: Predicting human touch sensitivity to single atom substitutions in surface monolayers for molecular control in tactile interfaces

20. L. K. G. Ackerman-Biegasiewicz, D. M. Arias-Rotondo, K. F. Biegasiewicz, E. Elacqua*, M. R. Golder, L. V. Kayser, J. R. Lamb, C. M. Le, N. A. Romero, S. M. Wilkerson-Hill, and D. A. Williams, “Organic Chemistry: a Retrosynthetic Approach to a Diverse Field” ACS Cent. Sci. 2020, 6, 11, 1845.


University of California San Diego, CA

19. C. V. Keef, L. V. Kayser, S. Stronbol, C. W. Carpenter, N. B. Root, M. Finn III, T. F. O’Connor, S. N. Abuhamdieh, D. M. Davies, R. Runser, Y. S. Meng, V. S. Ramachandran, and D. J. Lipomi,* “Virtual Texture Generated Using Elastomeric Conductive Block Copolymer in a Wireless Multimodal Haptic Glove” Adv. Intelligent Syst. 2020, 202000018.

haptic glove

18. C. Dhong,* R. Miller, N. B. Root, S. Gupta, L. V Kayser, C. W Carpenter, K. J. Loh, V. S. Ramachandran, D. J. Lipomi,* “Role of Indentation Depth and Contact Area on Human Perception of Softness for Haptic Interfaces” Science Advances, 2019, eaaw8845.

Read the press release from UC San Diego: “How to Simulate Softness”.

17. L. V. Kayser and D. J. Lipomi,* “Stretchable Conductive Polymers and Composites Based on PEDOT and PEDOT:PSS” Adv. Mater. 2019, 201806133. Top 10% most downloaded article in Adv. Mater.


16.  C. Dhong,* L. V. Kayser, A. Shin, R. Arroyo, M. Finn III, and D. J. Lipomi,* “Role of Fingerprint-Inspired Relief Structures in Elastomeric Slabs for Detecting Frictional Differences Arising from Surface Monolayers” Soft Matter, 2018, 14, 7483.


15.  C. Dhong, S. Edmunds, J. Ramirez, L. V. Kayser, F. Chen, J. Jokerst, D. J. Lipomi,* “Optics-Free, Non-Contact Measurements of Fluids, Bubbles and Particles in Microchannels using Metallic Nanoislands on Graphene” Nano Lett. 2018, 18, 5308.


14.  F. Sugiyama, A. T. Kleinschmidt, L. V. Kayser, D. Rodriquez, M. Finn III, M. A. Alkhadra, J. M.-H. Wan, J. Ramirez, A. S.-C. Chiang, S. E. Root, S. Savagatrup, D. J. Lipomi,* “­­­­Effects of Flexibility and Branching of Side Chains on the Mechanical Properties of Low-Bandgap Conjugated Polymers” Polym. Chem. 2018, 9, 4354.

PEO side chains

13.  F. Sugiyama, A. T. Kleinschmidt, L. V. Kayser, M. A. Alkhadra, J. M.-H. Wan, A. S.-C. Chiang, D. Rodriquez, S. E. Root, S. Savagatrup, D. J. Lipomi,* “Stretchable and Degradable Semiconducting Block Copolymers” Macromolecules, 2018, 51, 5944.

block copolymer

12.  L. V. Kayser, M. D. Russell, D. Rodriquez, S. N. Abuhamdieh, C. Dhong, S. Khan, A. N. Stein, J. Ramírez, and D. J. Lipomi,* “RAFT Polymerization of an Intrinsically Stretchable Water-Soluble Block Copolymer Scaffold for PEDOT” Chem. Mater. 2018, 30, 4459.

stretchable PEDOT

11.  Y. Shi, H. Tang, S. Jiang, L. V. Kayser, M. Li, F. Liu, F. Ji, D. J. Lipomi,* S. P. Ong,* and Z. Chen,* “Understanding the Electrochemical Properties of Naphthalene Diimide: Implication for Stable and High-Rate Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes” Chem. Mater. 2018, 30, 3508.

NDI batteries

10.     S. E. Root, C. W. Carpenter, L. V. Kayser, D. Rodriquez, D. Davies, S. Wang, Y. Meng,* and D. J. Lipomi,* “Ionotactile Stimulation: Nonvolatile Ionic Gels for Human-Machine Interfaces” ACS Omega 2018, 3, 662.


McGill University, Qc, Canada

9.     F. Lorenzini, P.-L. Lagueux-Tremblay, L. V. Kayser, E. Anderson, and B. A. Arndtsen,* “Synthesis, Structure, and Palladium Coordination of Ambiphilic, Pyridine- and Phosphine-Tethered N-Boryl Imine Ligands” Dalton Trans. 2019, 48, 5766.

8.     L. V. Kayser, E. M. Hartigan, and B. A. Arndtsen,* “Multicomponent Coupling Approach to Cross-Conjugated Polymers from Vanillin-Based Monomers” ACS Sus. Chem. Eng. 2016, 4, 6263.

vanillin paper

7.     L. V. Kayser, M. Vollmer, M. Welnhofer, H. Krikcziokat, K. Meerholz,* and B. A. Arndtsen,* “Metal-Free, Multicomponent Synthesis of Pyrrole-Based π-Conjugated Polymers from Imines, Acid Chlorides and Alkynes” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 10516.

multicomp polymer phosphonite

6.     D. C. Leitch, L. V. Kayser, Z.-Y. Han, A. R. Siamaki, E. N. Keyzer, A. Gefen, and B. A. Arndtsen,* “A Palladium-Catalyzed Multicomponent Coupling Approach to Conjugated Poly(1,3-Dipoles) and Polyheterocycles” Nature Commun. 2015, 6, 7411, Authors contributed equally.

nature comm paper

5.     J. S. Quesnel, L. V. Kayser, A. Fabrikant, and B. A. Arndtsen,* “Acid Chloride Synthesis via the Palladium-Catalyzed Chlorocarbonylation of Aryl Bromides” Chem. Eur. J. 2015, 21, 9550.

acyl chloride.png

University of Strasbourg, France

4.    S. Hameury, L. V. Kayser, R. Pattacini, P. Rosa, A.-L. Barra, and P. Braunstein,* “Synthesis, Structures and Single Molecule Magnet Behaviour of High Nuclearity Ni(II) Dicubane-type Complexes with Pyridyl-Alcohol Ligands” Chem. Plus Chem. 2015, 14, 1312.

cubane chempluschem

3.     S. Hameury, L. V. Kayser, R. Pattacini, G. Rogez,* W. Wernsdorfer,* and P. Braunstein,* “Synthesis of Cubane-Type Ni(II) Complexes from Pyridyl-Alcohol Ligands; Their Single-Molecule Magnet Behavior” Dalton Trans. 2013, 42, 5013.

cubane dalton trans

2.     L. V. Kayser, R. Pattacini, G. Rogez,* and P. Braunstein,* “Nuclearity of Nickel and Mixed Sodium-Nickel Complexes: Dependence on the Spacer in Chelating Pyridine-Alcoholate Ligands” Chem. Commun. 2010, 46, 6461.

chem comm braunstein

Laval University, Qc, Canada

1.     H. Staub, R. Guillet-Nicolas, N. Even, L. V. Kayser, F. Kleitz,* and F.-G. Fontaine,* “Substantiating the Influence of Pore Surface Functionalities on the Stability of Grubbs Catalyst in Mesoporous SBA-15 Silica” Chem. Eur. J. 2011, 17, 4254.

grubbs SBA15