Ana M. Bragança
Ana M. Bragança
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Conductance of well-defined porphyrin self-assembled molecular wires up to 14 nm in length
Q Ferreira, AM Bragança, L Alcacer, J Morgado
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (13), 7229-7234, 2014
Polyurea dendrimer for efficient cytosolic siRNA delivery
RB Restani, J Conde, PV Baptista, MT Cidade, AM Bragança, J Morgado, ...
RSC advances 4 (97), 54872-54878, 2014
The impact of grafted surface defects and their controlled removal on supramolecular self-assembly
AM Bragança, J Greenwood, O Ivasenko, TH Phan, K Müllen, S De Feyter
Chemical science 7 (12), 7028-7033, 2016
Self-standing chitosan films as dielectrics in organic thin-film transistors
J Morgado, AT Pereira, AM Bragança, Q Ferreira, SCM Fernandes, ...
Express Polym Lett 7, 960-965, 2013
Biasing enantiomorph formation via geometric confinement: nanocorrals for chiral induction at the liquid–solid interface
J Seibel, L Verstraete, BE Hirsch, AM Bragança, S De Feyter
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (37), 11565-11568, 2018
Dynamics of porphyrin adsorption on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite monitored by scanning tunnelling microscopy at the liquid/solid interface
Q Ferreira, AM Bragança, NMM Moura, MAF Faustino, L Alcácer, ...
Applied surface science 273, 220-225, 2013
How Does Chemisorption Impact Physisorption? Molecular View of Defect Incorporation and Perturbation of Two-Dimensional Self-Assembly
AM Bragança, BE Hirsch, A Sanz-Matias, Y Hu, P Walke, K Tahara, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (42), 24046-24054, 2018
Polyurea Dendrimer‐Perylene Self‐Imprinted Nanoshells for Trace Explosive Detection
AM Bragança, M Araújo, VDB Bonifácio
Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 32 (1), 98-103, 2015
Self-Assembled Polystyrene Beads for Templated Covalent Functionalization of Graphitic Substrates Using Diazonium Chemistry
H Van Gorp, P Walke, AM Bragança, J Greenwood, O Ivasenko, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (14), 12005-12012, 2018
Phase selectivity triggered by nanoconfinement: the impact of corral dimensions
Y Hu, AM Bragança, L Verstraete, O Ivasenko, BE Hirsch, K Tahara, ...
Chemical Communications 55 (15), 2226-2229, 2019
Adaptive self-assembly in 2D nanoconfined spaces: dealing with geometric frustration
L Verstraete, P Szabelski, AM Bragança, BE Hirsch, S De Feyter
Chemistry of Materials 31 (17), 6779-6786, 2019
Sparse‐coding denoising applied to reversible conformational switching of a porphyrin self‐assembled monolayer induced by scanning tunnelling microscopy
J Oliveira, AM Bragança, L Alcácer, J Morgado, M Figueiredo, ...
Journal of microscopy 271 (1), 98-108, 2018
Restoring STM images via Sparse Coding: noise and artifact removal
JP Oliveira, A Bragança, J Bioucas-Dias, M Figueiredo, L Alcácer, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1610.03437, 2016
Detection and Stabilization of a Previously Unknown Two-Dimensional (Pseudo) polymorph using Lateral Nanoconfinement
AM Bragança, A Minoia, R Steeno, J Seibel, BE Hirsch, L Verstraete, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2021
Chemisorption on graphitic substrates imaged at the single molecule level
B Hirsch, A Braganca, K Tahara, T Ishikawa, Y Tobe, M Melle-Franco, ...
ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts 253, 2017
Chemisorption impacts on physisorption: Perturbations of 2D self-assemblies at the liquid-solid interface
B Hirsch, A Braganca, J Greenwood, O Ivasenko, HP Thanh, S De Feyter
ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts 253, 2017
Nanostructured coatings for intraocular devices with drug delivery function
Q Ferreira, A Bragança, JP Oliveira, J Bioucas-Dias, MAT Figueiredo, ...
International Conf. on Biomedical Electronics and Devices-BIODEVICES, 2015
RSC Advances RSCPublishing
RB Restani, J Conde, PV Baptista, MT Cidade, AM Bragança, J Morgado, ...
Exploration of 2D Self-Assembly for Dehydrobenzo [12] Annulene (DBA) Derivatives: Selective Adsorption in Nanocorrals
Y Hu, AM Braganca, BE Hirsch, L Verstraete, KS Mail, K Tahara, Y Tobe, ...
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