Detail publikace

Solid state fluorescence of push-pull distyrylbenzenes

Originální název

Solid state fluorescence of push-pull distyrylbenzenes

Anglický název

Solid state fluorescence of push-pull distyrylbenzenes

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

It is known that majority of materials based on organic conjugated molecules that exhibit efficient solid-state fluorescence (SSF) emit in blue/green region. The goal of this work was to study an influence of different substituents on optical properties with focus on SSF in the red region. A series of potential fluorophores based on bulky diphenyl-distyrylbenzene (DP-DSB) core substituted with diphenylamine (DPA) as electron donor and various electron acceptor moieties with variable electron-withdrawing strength was synthesized and their fluorescence was characterized.

Anglický abstrakt

It is known that majority of materials based on organic conjugated molecules that exhibit efficient solid-state fluorescence (SSF) emit in blue/green region. The goal of this work was to study an influence of different substituents on optical properties with focus on SSF in the red region. A series of potential fluorophores based on bulky diphenyl-distyrylbenzene (DP-DSB) core substituted with diphenylamine (DPA) as electron donor and various electron acceptor moieties with variable electron-withdrawing strength was synthesized and their fluorescence was characterized.

BibTex


@misc{BUT149014,
  author="Michal {Hrabal} and Matouš {Kratochvíl} and Martin {Vala} and Stanislav {Luňák}",
  title="Solid state fluorescence of push-pull distyrylbenzenes",
  annote="It is known that majority of materials based on organic conjugated molecules that exhibit efficient solid-state fluorescence (SSF) emit in blue/green region. The goal of this work was to study an influence of different substituents on optical properties with focus on SSF in the red region. A series of potential fluorophores based on bulky diphenyl-distyrylbenzene (DP-DSB) core substituted with diphenylamine (DPA) as electron donor and various electron acceptor moieties with variable electron-withdrawing strength was synthesized and their fluorescence was characterized.",
  chapter="149014",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2018",
  month="june",
  pages="57--57",
  type="abstract"
}