Stefan Hecht
Stefan Hecht
DWI - Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials & RWTH Aachen University
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Dendritic encapsulation of function: applying nature's site isolation principle from biomimetics to materials science
S Hecht, JMJ Fréchet
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 40 (1), 74-91, 2001
12212001
Nano-architectures by covalent assembly of molecular building blocks
L Grill, M Dyer, L Lafferentz, M Persson, MV Peters, S Hecht
Nature nanotechnology 2 (11), 687-691, 2007
11122007
Photoswitches: from molecules to materials
MM Russew, S Hecht
Advanced Materials 22 (31), 3348-3360, 2010
7842010
Multivalency as a chemical organization and action principle
C Fasting, CA Schalley, M Weber, O Seitz, S Hecht, B Koksch, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (42), 10472-10498, 2012
7282012
Foldamers: structure, properties and applications
S Hecht, I Huc
John Wiley & Sons, 2007
6052007
Electric field-induced isomerization of azobenzene by STM
M Alemani, MV Peters, S Hecht, KH Rieder, F Moresco, L Grill
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (45), 14446-14447, 2006
5252006
Conductance of a single conjugated polymer as a continuous function of its length
L Lafferentz, F Ample, H Yu, S Hecht, C Joachim, L Grill
Science 323 (5918), 1193-1197, 2009
4622009
Controlling on-surface polymerization by hierarchical and substrate-directed growth
L Lafferentz, V Eberhardt, C Dri, C Africh, G Comelli, F Esch, S Hecht, ...
Nature chemistry 4 (3), 215-220, 2012
4362012
o-Fluoroazobenzenes as Readily Synthesized Photoswitches Offering Nearly Quantitative Two-Way Isomerization with Visible Light
D Bléger, J Schwarz, AM Brouwer, S Hecht
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (51), 20597-20600, 2012
4342012
Visible‐light‐activated molecular switches
D Bleger, S Hecht
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (39), 11338-11349, 2015
3952015
Helicity inversion in responsive foldamers induced by achiral halide ion guests
RM Meudtner, S Hecht
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (26), 4926-4930, 2008
2942008
Artificial light‐gated catalyst systems
RS Stoll, S Hecht
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49 (30), 5054-5075, 2010
2752010
Multifunctional “clickates” as versatile extended heteroaromatic building blocks: Efficient synthesis via click chemistry, conformational preferences, and metal coordination
RM Meudtner, M Ostermeier, R Goddard, C Limberg, S Hecht
Chemistry–A European Journal 13 (35), 9834-9840, 2007
2582007
Remote-controlling chemical reactions by light: towards chemistry with high spatio-temporal resolution
R Göstl, A Senf, S Hecht
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (6), 1982-1996, 2014
2262014
Aligning the band gap of graphene nanoribbons by monomer doping
C Bronner, S Stremlau, M Gille, F Brauße, A Haase, S Hecht, P Tegeder
Angewandte Chemie 125 (16), 4518-4521, 2013
2082013
Optically switchable transistor via energy-level phototuning in a bicomponent organic semiconductor
E Orgiu, N Crivillers, M Herder, L Grubert, M Pätzel, J Frisch, E Pavlica, ...
Nature chemistry 4 (8), 675, 2012
2032012
Quantum chemical investigation of thermal cis-to-trans isomerization of azobenzene derivatives: substituent effects, solvent effects, and comparison to experimental data
J Dokic, M Gothe, J Wirth, MV Peters, J Schwarz, S Hecht, P Saalfrank
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 113 (24), 6763-6773, 2009
1912009
Improving the fatigue resistance of diarylethene switches
M Herder, BM Schmidt, L Grubert, M Pätzel, J Schwarz, S Hecht
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (7), 2738-2747, 2015
1902015
A chaotic self-oscillating sunlight-driven polymer actuator
K Kumar, C Knie, D Bléger, MA Peletier, H Friedrich, S Hecht, DJ Broer, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2016
1872016
ortho‐Fluoroazobenzenes: Visible Light Switches with Very Long‐Lived Z Isomers
C Knie, M Utecht, F Zhao, H Kulla, S Kovalenko, AM Brouwer, P Saalfrank, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 20 (50), 16492-16501, 2014
1862014
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