Faculty Profiles

David Mitzi

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., Stanford University 1990

B.S., Princeton University 1985

Tromp, RM, Afzali, A, Freitag, M, Mitzi, DB, and Chen, Z. "Novel strategy for diameter-selective separation and functionalization of single-wall carbon nanotubes." NANO LETTERS 8.2 (February 2008): 469-472. Full Text

Kanatzidis, MG, Poeppelmeier, KR, Bobev, S, Guloy, AM, Hwu, S-J, Lachgar, A, Latturner, SE, Raymond, , Schaak, E, Seo, D-K, Sevov, SC, Stein, A, Dabrowski, B, Greedan, JE, Greenblatt, M, Grey, CP, Jacobson, AJ, Keszler, DA, Li, J, Subramanian, MA, Xia, Y, Cagin, T, Häussermann, U, Hughbanks, T, Mahanti, SD, Morgan, D, Seo, D-K, Spaldin, NA, Buhro, WE, Giammar, DE, Hollingsworth, JA, Johnson, DC, Nozik, AJ, Peng, X, Bedard, RL, Brese, NE, Cao, G, Dhingra, SS, Kagan, CR, and Mitzi, DB et al. "Report from the third workshop on future directions of solid-state chemistry: The status of solid-state chemistry and its impact in the physical sciences." Progress in Solid State Chemistry 36.1-2 (January 2008): 1-133. Full Text

Mitzi, DB. "Solution Processing of Inorganic Materials." Solution Processing of Inorganic Materials (2008): 1-497. Full Text

Mitzi, DB. "N4H9Cu7S4: a hydrazinium-based salt with a layered Cu7S4- framework." Inorganic chemistry 46.3 (February 2007): 926-931. Full Text

Mitzi, DB, Raoux, S, Schrott, AG, Copel, M, Kellock, A, and Jordan-Sweet, J. "Solution-Based Processing of the Phase-Change Material KSb 5 S 8." Chemistry of Materials 18.26 (December 2006): 6278-6282. Full Text

Mitzi, DB, Copel, M, and Murray, CE. "High-Mobility p-Type Transistor Based on a Spin-Coated Metal Telluride Semiconductor." Advanced Materials 18.18 (September 18, 2006): 2448-2452. Full Text

Milliron, DJ, Mitzi, DB, Copel, M, and Murray, CE. "Solution-Processed Metal Chalcogenide Films for p-Type Transistors." Chemistry of Materials 18.3 (February 2006): 587-590. Full Text

Mitzi, DB, Copel, M, Murray, CE, Kosbar, LL, and Afzali, A. "Thin-film transistors based on spin-coated chalcogenide semiconductor channels." Proceedings - Electrochemical Society PV 2004-15 (December 19, 2005): 189-199.

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