Kenneth Kearns, MD

Kenneth Kearns, MD

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834 Chestnut Street
Suite G114
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(800) 971-4263

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Measuring Flow-Induced Crystallization Kinetics of Polyethylene after Processing
  2. Stability assessment of a polymeric brominated flame retardant in polystyrene foams under application-relevant conditions
  3. Part II: The influence of substrate type, film thickness, and primary ion type on molecular weight characterization of linear polydimethyl siloxane films by secondary ion mass spectrometry
  4. Effect of nanopore geometry in the conformation and vibrational dynamics of a highly confined molecular glass
  5. Self-assembled polyurea macromer nanodispersion and resulting hybrid polyurea-acrylic emulsions and films
  6. High temperature spin on carbon materials with excellent planarization and CVD compatibility
  7. Mapping recombination profiles in single-, dual-, and mixed-host phosphorescent organic light emitting diodes
  8. Boron-based TADF emitters with improved OLED device efficiency roll-off and long lifetime
  9. Using deposition rate to increase the thermal and kinetic stability of vapor-deposited hole transport layer glasses via a simple sublimation apparatus
  10. Degradation of Hole Transport Materials via Exciton-Driven Cyclization
  11. Thermally Induced Cross-Linking and Degradation Reactions of Benzocyclobutene-Based Polymers
  12. Multitechnique approach for determining energy levels and exciton binding energies of molecules for organic electronics
  13. Growth of polycrystalline zinc phosphide thin films by reactive radio frequency magnetron sputtering
  14. Molecular orientation, thermal behavior and density of electron and hole transport layers and the implication on device performance for OLEDs
  15. Observation of low heat capacities for vapor-deposited glasses of indomethacin as determined by AC nanocalorimetry
  16. High-modulus organic classes prepared by physical vapor deposition
  17. One micrometer length scale controls kinetic stability of low-energy glasses
  18. Physical vapor deposition as a route to hidden amorphous states
  19. Highly stable indomethacin glasses resist uptake of water vapor
  20. Calorimetric evidence for two distinct molecular packing arrangements in stable glasses of indomethacin
  21. Glycerin as a renewable feedstock for epichlorohydrin production. The GTE process
  22. Molecular view of the isothermal transformation of a stable glass to a liquid
  23. Hiking down the energy landscape: Progress toward the kauzmann temperature via vapor deposition
  24. Influence of substrate temperature on the stability of glasses prepared by vapor deposition
  25. Organic glasses with exceptional thermodynamic and kinetic stability