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SYNTHESIS OF NEW ORGANIC SOLID-STATE FLUORESCENT DYES BASED ON PARA-BIS(2-THIENYL)PHENYLENE DERIVATIVES CONTAINING OF ETHYL-ADAMANTYL SIDE GROUPS

Originální název

SYNTHESIS OF NEW ORGANIC SOLID-STATE FLUORESCENT DYES BASED ON PARA-BIS(2-THIENYL)PHENYLENE DERIVATIVES CONTAINING OF ETHYL-ADAMANTYL SIDE GROUPS

Anglický název

SYNTHESIS OF NEW ORGANIC SOLID-STATE FLUORESCENT DYES BASED ON PARA-BIS(2-THIENYL)PHENYLENE DERIVATIVES CONTAINING OF ETHYL-ADAMANTYL SIDE GROUPS

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Diamondoid molecules have high potential to be used in the field of nanotechnology. Adamantane, the simplest diamondoid, possesses exceptional physical characteristics. With extremely high thermal stability and the ability to self-organize [2], adamantine presents us with a tool for building 3D networks at nanoscale, simply by functionalizing a base material. Ethyl-adamantyl alkylated compounds have high potential for use as a fluorescent dye in OLED devices because of its simple synthesis, a fluorescence quantum yield comparable to commonly used metalorganic compounds commonly used as dyes

Anglický abstrakt

Diamondoid molecules have high potential to be used in the field of nanotechnology. Adamantane, the simplest diamondoid, possesses exceptional physical characteristics. With extremely high thermal stability and the ability to self-organize [2], adamantine presents us with a tool for building 3D networks at nanoscale, simply by functionalizing a base material. Ethyl-adamantyl alkylated compounds have high potential for use as a fluorescent dye in OLED devices because of its simple synthesis, a fluorescence quantum yield comparable to commonly used metalorganic compounds commonly used as dyes

BibTex


@misc{BUT127280,
  author="Jozef {Krajčovič} and Alexander {Kovalenko} and Patricie {Heinrichová} and Martin {Vala} and Martin {Weiter}",
  title="SYNTHESIS OF NEW ORGANIC SOLID-STATE FLUORESCENT DYES BASED ON PARA-BIS(2-THIENYL)PHENYLENE
DERIVATIVES CONTAINING OF ETHYL-ADAMANTYL SIDE GROUPS",
  annote="Diamondoid molecules have high potential to be used in the field of nanotechnology. Adamantane, the
simplest diamondoid, possesses exceptional physical characteristics. With extremely high thermal stability and
the ability to self-organize [2], adamantine presents us with a tool for building 3D networks at nanoscale, simply
by functionalizing a base material. Ethyl-adamantyl alkylated compounds have high potential for use as a fluorescent dye in OLED devices because of its simple synthesis, a fluorescence quantum yield comparable to commonly used metalorganic compounds commonly used as dyes",
  booktitle="BOSS XV, 15th Belgian Organic Synthesis Symposium",
  chapter="127280",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2016",
  month="july",
  type="abstract"
}