The 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.

AIE/ACQ effects in two DR/NIR emitters: A structural and DFT comparative analysis

Caruso, Ugo
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Panunzi, Barbara;Diana, Rosita;Tuzi, Angela;
2018

Abstract

The 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.
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