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  1. M. Molco, A. Keilin, A. Lunken, S. Ziv Sharabani, M. Chkhaidze, N Edelstein-Pardo, T. Reuveni, and A. Sitt
    "Multilevel Architectures in Polymeric Microfibers Formed via Chemically-Induced Spontaneous Phase Separation",
    Polymers. 15 (11), 2537; (2023). 

  2. P. Rathee, N. Edelstein-Pardo, F. Netti, L. Adler-Abramovich, A. Sitt, R. J. Amir
    "Polymeric Architecture as a Tool for Programming Sequential Enzyme-Induced Mesophase Transitions",
    ACS Macro Lett. 12, 814−820 (2023).

  3. N Edelstein-Pardo, M Molco, P Rathee, G Koren, S Tevet, S. Ziv Sharabani, R. Beck, R. J. Amir, A. Sitt
    "Anisotropic Microparticles through Periodic Autofragmentation of Amphiphilic Triblock Copolymer Microfibers",
    Chemistry of Materials 34 (14), 6367-6377 (2022).

  4. O. Halder, M. E. Layani-Tzadka, S. Ziv Sharabani, G. Markovich, A Sitt
    "Metal Nanowires Grown In Situ on Polymeric Fibres for Electronic Textiles",
    Nanoscale Advances 4 (5), 1368-1374  (2022).

  5. S. Ziv Sharabani, N. Edelstein-Pardo, M. Molco, N. Bachar Schwartz, M. Morami, A. Sivan, Y. Gendelman Rom, R. Evental, E. Flaxer, A. Sitt
    "Messy or Ordered? Multiscale Mechanics Dictates Shape-Morphing of 2D Networks Hierarchically Assembled of Responsive Microfibers",
    Adv. Funct. Mater., 2111471, (2022).

  6. D. Rachmiel, I. Anconina, S. Rudnick-Glick, M. Halperin-Sternfeld, L. Adler-Abramovich, and A. Sitt,
    "Hyaluronic Acid and a Short Peptide Improve the Performance of a PCL Electrospun Fibrous Scaffold Designed for Bone Tissue Engineering Applications",
    Int. J. Mol. Sci., 22, 2425 (2021).


  7. M. Molco, F. Laye, E. Samperio, S. Ziv Sharabani, V. Fourman, D. Sherman, M. Tsotsalas, C. Wöll, J. Lahann, and A. Sitt,
    “Performance Fabrics Obtained by In Situ Growth of Metal–Organic Frameworks in Electrospun Fibers”,
    ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces,13, 10, 12491–12500 (2021).


  8. Y. Pang, M. Zhang, D. Chen, W. Chen, F. Wang, S. Javaid, M. Saunders, M. R. Rowles, L. Liu, S. Liu, A. Sitt, C. Li,  G. Jia.,
    “Why Colloidal Wurtzite Semiconductor Nanoplatelets Have an Atomically Uniform Thickness of Eight Monolayers?”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 10, 3465−3471 (2019).


  9. D. Chen, A. Wang, H. Li, L. Abad Galan, C. Su, Z. Yin, M. Massi, A. Suvorova, M. Saunders, J. Li, A. Sitt, and G. Jia
    "Colloidal Quasi-One-Dimensional Dual Semiconductor Core/Shell Nanorod Couple Heterostructures with Blue Fluorescence"
    Nanoscale, 11, 10190 (2019).


  10. A. Sitt, J. Soukupova, D. Miller, R. Zboril, H. Hess, and J. Lahann
    “Microscale Rockets and Picoliter Containers Engineered from Electrospun Polymeric Microtubes”
    Small, 12, 1432-1439, (2016).


  11. A. Sitt and H. Hess
    “Directed transport by surface chemical potential gradients for enhancing analyte collection in nanoscale sensors”
    Nano Letters, 3, 3341-3350, (2015).


  12. C. Zhang, A. Sitt, H. J. Koo, K. V. Waynant, H. Hess, B. D. Pate, and P. V. Braun
    “Autonomic Molecular Transport by Polymer Films Containing Programmed Chemical Potential Gradients”
    Journal of the American Chemical Society, 3, 5066-5073, (2015).


  13. G. Jia, A. Sitt, G. B. Hitin, I. Hadar, Y. Bekenstein, Y. Amit, I. Popov, and U. Banin,
    “Colloidal Semiconductor Nanorod Couples Via Self-Limited Assembly”
    Nature Materials, 3, 302-308, (2014).


  14. A. Sitt, I. Hadar, and U. Banin,
    “Band-gap engineering, optoelectronic properties and applications of colloidal heterostructured semiconductor nanorods”
    Nano Today, 8, 494-513, (2013).


  15. A. Sitt, N. even-Dar, S. Halivni, A. Faust, L. Yedidya and U. Banin,
    “Analysis of Shape and Dimensionality Effects on FRET from Nanocrystals to Multiple Acceptors”
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 117, 22186–22197, (2013).


  16. I. Hadar , G. B. Hitin , A. Sitt , A. Faust , and U. Banin
    Polarization Properties of Semiconductor Nanorod Heterostructures: From Single Particles to the Ensemble
    J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 4, 502–507, (2013).


  17. U. Banin and A. Sitt
    Colloidal Self-Assembly Superparticles get complex”,
    Nature Materials, 11, 1009-1011, (2013).


  18. S. Halivni, A. Sitt, I. Hadar, and U. Banin,
    “Effect of nanoparticle dimensionality on fluorescence resonance energy transfer in nanoparticle-dye conjugated systems”,
    Equal contribution, ACS Nano, 6, 2758–2765, (2012).


  19. X. Wen, A. Sitt, P. Yu, Y. R. Toh, and J. Tang,
    "Temperature dependent spectral properties of type-I and quasi type-II CdSe/CdS dot-in-rod nanocrystals",
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 14, 3505-3512, (2012).


  20. C. T. Yuan, Y. G. Wang, K. Y. Huang, T. Y. Chen, P. Yu, J. Tang, A. Sitt, U. Banin, and O. Millo
    "Single-Particle Studies of Band Alignment Effects on Electron Transfer Dynamics from Semiconductor Hetero-nanostructures to Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes",
    ACS Nano, 6, 176-182, ( 2012).


  21. E. Yoskovitz, I. Hadar, A. Sitt, I. Lieberman, and U. Banin,
    “Interplay of Quenching and Enhancement Effects in Apertureless Near-Field Fluorescence Imaging of Single Nanoparticles”,
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 115, 15834, (2011).


  22. A. Sitt, A. Salant, G. Menagen, and U. Banin,
    “Highly Emissive Nano Rods in Rods Heterostructures with Strong Linear Polarization”,
    Nano Letters, 11, 2054-2060, (2011).


  23. E. Yoskovitz, G. Menagen, A. Sitt, E. Lachman, and U. Banin,
    “Nanoscale Near-Field Imaging of Excitons in Single Heterostructured Nanorods”,
    Nano Letters, 10, 3068-3072, (2010).


  24. A. Sitt, F. Della Sala, G. Menagen, and U. Banin,
    “Multiexciton Engineering in Seeded Core/Shell Nanorods: Transfer from Type-I to Quasi Type-II Regimes”,
    Nano Letters, 9, 3470-3476 (2009).


  25. A. Sitt, L. Kronik, S. Ismail-Beigi, and J. R. Chelikowsky,
    ”Excited-state forces within time-dependent density-functional theory: A frequency-domain approach”,
    Phys. Rev. A, 76, 054501 (2007).


  26. I. Visoly-Fisher, A. Sitt, M. Wahab, and D. Cahen,
    “Molecular adsorption - mediated control over the electrical characteristics of polycrystalline CdTe/CdS solar cells”,
    Chem. Phys. Chem., 6, 277-285, (2004).

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