AIE/ACQ Effects in Two DR/NIR Emitters: A Structural and DFT Comparative Analysis
AbstractThe effects of aggregation-induced emission (AIE) and of aggregation caused quenching (ACQ) were observed and discussed on two solid materials based on a phenylenevinylene (PV) and a dicyano-PV structure. The brightest emitter in solid films shows a high fluorescence quantum yield in the deep red/near IR (DR/NIR) region (75%). The spectroscopic properties of the two crystalline solids have been described and compared in terms of crystallographic data and time dependent DFT analysis. The influence of the cyano-substituents on AIE/ACQ mechanism activation was discussed. View Full-Text
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Caruso, U.; Panunzi, B.; Diana, R.; Concilio, S.; Sessa, L.; Shikler, R.; Nabha, S.; Tuzi, A.; Piotto, S. AIE/ACQ Effects in Two DR/NIR Emitters: A Structural and DFT Comparative Analysis. Molecules 2018, 23, 1947.
Caruso U, Panunzi B, Diana R, Concilio S, Sessa L, Shikler R, Nabha S, Tuzi A, Piotto S. AIE/ACQ Effects in Two DR/NIR Emitters: A Structural and DFT Comparative Analysis. Molecules. 2018; 23(8):1947.Chicago/Turabian Style
Caruso, Ugo; Panunzi, Barbara; Diana, Rosita; Concilio, Simona; Sessa, Lucia; Shikler, Rafi; Nabha, Shiran; Tuzi, Angela; Piotto, Stefano. 2018. "AIE/ACQ Effects in Two DR/NIR Emitters: A Structural and DFT Comparative Analysis." Molecules 23, no. 8: 1947.
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