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  1. N. Nakamura, M. W. Terban, S. J. L. Billinge, B. Reeja-Jayan, “Unlocking the structure of mixed amorphous-crystalline ceramic oxide films synthesized under low temperature electromagnetic excitation,” Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 5, 18434-18441 (2017).
  2. N. Nakamura, J. Seepaul, J. Kadane, B. Reeja-Jayan, “Regression Design for Low-Temperature Microwave-Assisted Crystallization of Ceramic Thin Films”, Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry, 33, 314-321 (2017).
  3. M. L. Castillo, A. Ugur, H. Sojoudi, N. Nakamura, Z. Liu, F. Lin, R. E. Brandt, T. Buonassisia, B. Reeja-Jayan, K. K. Gleason, “Organic Passivation of Silicon Through Multifunctional Polymeric Interfaces”, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 160, 470-475 (2017).
  1. N. Chen, B. Reeja-Jayan, A. Liu, J. Lau, B. Dunn, and K. K. Gleason , “iCVD Cyclic Polysiloxane and Polysilazane as Nanoscale Thin-Film Electrolyte: Synthesis and Properties”, Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 37, 446 (2016).
  2. D.H. Galvan, G. Alonso, M. Tejeda, A. Torres, B. Reeja-Jayan, D. Ferrer, A., Posada-Amarillas, D. Barraza-Jimenez, and M. José-Yacamán, “Experimental and Theoretical Analyses of ZnO Nanoparticles Deposited onto Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes,” Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures, 24, 541 (2016).
  1. B. Reeja-Jayan, N. Chen, J. Lau, J. A. Kattirtzi, P. Moni, A. Liu, I. G. Miller, R. Kayser, A. P. Willard, B. Dunn, and K. K. Gleason , “A Group of Cyclic Siloxane and Silazane Polymer Films as Nanoscale Electrolytes for Microbattery Architectures”, Macromolecules, 48, 5222 (2015).
  2. B. Reeja-Jayan, K. A. Koen, R. J. Ono, D. A. Vanden Bout, C. W. Bielawski, and A. Manthiram, “Oligomeric Interface Modifiers in Hybrid Polymer Solar Cell Prototypes Investigated by Fluorescence Voltage Spectroscopy”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 17, 10640 (2015).
  3. N. Chen*, B. Reeja-Jayan*, J. Lau, P. Moni, A. Liu, B. Dunn, and K. K. Gleason, “Nanoscale, Conformal Polysiloxane Thin Film Electrolytes for Three-Dimensional Battery Architectures”, Materials Horizons, 2, 309 (2015). (Article selected as back cover) (*denotes shared first-authorship)
  4. B. Reeja-Jayan, P. Moni, and K. K. Gleason, “Synthesis of Insulating and Semiconducting Polymer Films via Initiated Chemical Vapor Deposition”, Nanoscience and NanotechnologyLetters, 7, 33 (2015) (Invited article for special issue on nanostructured functional polymers)
  1. B. Reeja-Jayan, P. Kovacik, R. Yang, H. Sojoudi , A. Ugur, D. H. Kim, C. D. Petruczok, X. Wang, A. Liu, and K. K. Gleason, “A Route towards Sustainability through Engineered Polymeric Interfaces“, Advanced Materials Interfaces, 1, 1400117 (2014) (Invited review article, selected as front piece cover)
  1. C. L. Wang, C. C. Wang, B. Reeja-Jayan, and A. Manthiram, “Low-cost, Mo(S,Se)2-free superstrate-type solar cells fabricated with tunable band gap Cu2ZnSn(SxSe1-x)4 nanocrystal-based inks and the effect of sulfurization“, RSC Advances, 3, 19946-19951 (2013).
  2. B. Reeja-Jayan, N. Folse, and A. Manthiram, “Development of Scalable, Low-cost Polymer Solar Cell Test Platform“, Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, 135, 041004 (2013).
  3. B. Reeja-Jayan and A. Manthiram, “Effects of Bifunctional Metal Sulfide Interlayers on Photovoltaic Properties of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Solar Cells“, RSC Advances, 3, 5412-5421 (2013).
  4. B. Reeja-Jayan, T. Adachi, R. J. Ono, D. A. Vanden Bout, C. W. Bielawski, and A. Manthiram, “Effect of Interfacial Dipoles on Charge Traps in Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Solar Cells“, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 1, 3258-3262 (2013).
  1. B. Reeja-Jayan*, K. L. Harrison*, K. Yang, Chih-Liang Wang, A. Yilmaz, and A. Manthiram, “Microwave-assisted Low Temperature Thin Film Growth in Solution”, Scientific Reports, 2, 1003 (2012). (Highlighted by the Materials Research Society (MRS) on their Materials360 Online news website) (* denotes shared first-authorship)
  1. B. Reeja-Jayan and A. Manthiram, “Understanding the Improved Stability of Hybrid Polymer Solar Cells Fabricated with Copper Electrodes”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 3, 1492-1501 (2011).
  1. Jun Liu, Qiongyu Wang, B. Reeja-Jayan, and A. Manthiram, “Carbon-coated High Capacity Layered Li[Li0.2Mn0.54Ni0.13Co0.13]O2 Cathodes”, Electrochemistry Communications, 12, 750-753 (2010).
  2. Jun Liu, B. Reeja-Jayan, and A. Manthiram, “Conductive Surface Modification with Aluminum of High Capacity Layered Li[Li0.2Mn0.54Ni0.13Co0.13]O2 Cathodes”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114, 9528-9533 (2010).
  3. B. Reeja-Jayan and A. Manthiram, “Influence of Polymer-Metal Interface on the Photovoltaic Properties and Long-term Stability of nc-TiO2-P3HT Hybrid Solar Cells”, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 94, 907-914 (2010).
  4. S. Sepulveda-Guzman, B. Reeja-Jayan, E. De la Rosa, U. Ortiz-Mendez, C. Reyes-Betanzo, R. Cruz-Silva, and M. J. Yacaman, “Room-Temperature Deposition of Crystalline Patterned ZnO Films by Confined Dewetting Lithography”, Applied Surface Science, 256, 3386-3389 (2010).
  1. S. Sepulveda-Guzman, B. Reeja-Jayan, E. de la Rosa, A. Torres-Castro, V. Gonzalez-Gonzalez, and M. J. Yacaman, “Synthesis of Assembled ZnO Structures by Precipitation Method in Aqueous Media”, Materials Chemistry and Physics 115, 172-178 (2009). (Selected as top 25 Hottest Articles published between January to March 2009)
  1. B. Reeja-Jayan, E. de la Rosa, S. Sepulveda-Guzman, R.A. Rodriguez, and M. J. Yacaman, “Structural Characterization and Luminescence of Porous Single Crystalline ZnO Nanodisks with Sponge-like Morphology”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112, 240-246 (2008).
  1. E. de la Rosa, S. Sepulveda-Guzman, B. Reeja-Jayan, A. Torres, P. Salas, N. Elizondo, and M. J. Yacaman, “Controlling the Growth and Luminescence Properties of Well-Faceted ZnO Nanorods”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111, 8489-8495 (2007).