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Jacob Lykkebo
Jacob Lykkebo
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Strong overtones modes in inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy with cross-conjugated molecules: a prediction from theory
J Lykkebo, A Gagliardi, A Pecchia, GC Solomon
ACS nano 7 (10), 9183-9194, 2013
382013
Direct probing of ion pair formation using a symmetric triangulenium dye
F Westerlund, J Elm, J Lykkebo, N Carlsson, E Thyrhaug, B Åkerman, ...
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 10, 1963-1973, 2011
322011
IETS and quantum interference: Propensity rules in the presence of an interference feature
J Lykkebo, A Gagliardi, A Pecchia, GC Solomon
The Journal of chemical physics 141 (12), 2014
232014
Racemization Mechanisms and Electronic Circular Dichroism of [4] Heterohelicenium Dyes: A Theoretical Study
J Elm, J Lykkebo, TJ Sørensen, BW Laursen, KV Mikkelsen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 115 (43), 12025-12033, 2011
222011
Configurationally stable atropisomeric acridinium fluorophores
C Fischer, C Sparr
Synlett 29 (16), 2176-2180, 2018
142018
Obtaining enhanced circular dichroism in [4] heterohelicenium analogues
J Elm, J Lykkebo, TJ Sørensen, BW Laursen, KV Mikkelsen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 116 (34), 8744-8752, 2012
132012
Single-molecule electronics: Cooling individual vibrational modes by the tunneling current
J Lykkebo, G Romano, A Gagliardi, A Pecchia, GC Solomon
The Journal of Chemical Physics 144 (11), 2016
112016
ACS Nano 7, 9183 (2013)
J Lykkebo, A Gagliardi, A Pecchia, GC Solomon
7
Single-molecule Electronics with Cross-conjugated Molecules: Quantum Interference, IETS and Non-equilibrium" temperatures": PhD Thesis: this Thesis Has Been Submitted to the …
J Lykkebo
University of Copenhagen, Department of Chemistry, 2014
2014
Calculating inelastic electron tunneling spectra: Exploring chemical space
J Lykkebo, G Romano, A Gagliardi, A Pecchia, A Di Carlo, GC Solomon
Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 2012
2012
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