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A closer look at research in journals which I can't put in my thesis but which still interests me. Not all posts concern 'proper' reports/journal articles, but a lot do.
A recent JACS comm (Beneditti et al) has detailed the development of a novel fluorophore, based on cyclopenta[b]naphthalene, and looked into its photophysical properties – namely its solvatochromism and quantum [...]... Read more »
E. Benedetti, L.S. Kocsis, K.M. Brummond. (2012) Synthesis and Photophysical Properties of a Series of Cyclopenta[b]naphthalene Solvatochromic Fluorophores. Journal of the American Chemical Society. DOI: 10.1021/ja3055029
A Chem. Comm. out online towards the end of June reports on the use of an arylethynylene in a solution-processable solar cell. Arylethynylenes can best be described by an example: [...]... Read more »
Shin et al. (2012) J-aggregation Induced Low Bandgap Anthracene-based Conjugated Molecule for Solution-processed Solar Cells. Chem. Comm. DOI: 10.1039/c2cc34109c
Two papers have recently been published on Iridium complexes incorporating acetylacetone and C-N based bidentate ligands. One paper is published in Chem Comm, by a European based group, the other is in Advance Materials by a collaboration out of China and Hong Kong.
The european group reports an octahedral compound (termed N966) with three ligands; 2 [...]... Read more »
Bolink, H., De Angelis, F., Baranoff, E., Klein, C., Fantacci, S., Coronado, E., Sessolo, M., Kalyanasundaram, K., Grätzel, M., & Nazeeruddin, M. (2009) White-light phosphorescence emission from a single molecule: application to OLED. Chemical Communications. DOI: 10.1039/b908946b
Wu, H., Zhou, G., Zou, J., Ho, C., Wong, W., Yang, W., Peng, J., & Cao, Y. (2009) Efficient Polymer White-Light-Emitting Devices for Solid-State Lighting. Advanced Materials. DOI: 10.1002/adma.200900638
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