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Two new AIE-active dinuclear Schiff base Ir(III) complexes exhibit highly reversible piezochromic phosphorescence behaviour enabling the construction of a re-writable phosphorescence data recording device.
A neutral dinuclear Ir(iii) Schiff base complex PIBIP has been synthesized and shown to exhibit both piezochromic luminescence (PCL) and aggregation induced emission (AIE) behaviour. An efficient second-level anti-counterfeit trademark and a data encryption device were fabricated using PIBIP as the active material.
Two new ionic dinuclear Ir(III) Schiff base complexes which are straightforward to synthesise have luminescence quantum yields as high as 37% in neat films. These are the first examples of dinuclear ionic Ir(III) complexes that display aggregation-induced phosphorescent emission (AIPE).
Efficient aggregation induced phosphorescence emission (AIPE) of an ionic Ir(iii) complex occurs when the counterion (PF6(-)) is exchanged specifically by ClO4(-) in aqueous media. As a result, a rapid, highly selective "turn-on" phosphorescent response to ClO4(-) is observed in aqueous media. These studies pave the way for a new efficient… (More)
The mechanism of thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) in molecules in aggregated or condensed solid states has been rarely studied and is not well understood. Nevertheless, many applications of TADF emitters are strongly affected by their luminescence properties in the aggregated state. In this study, two new isomeric tetradentate CuI complexes… (More)