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Introduction of a BINOL-boron moiety to dipyrrolyldiketones as precursors of anion-responsive π-conjugated molecules results in the formation of a chiral environment in the form of anion-free receptors and anion-binding complexes. Conformation changes by inversion (flipping) of two pyrrole rings as a result of anion binding can control the chiroptical… (More)
Chiral bichromophoric perylene bisimides are demonstrated as active materials of circularly polarized emission. The bichromophoric system exhibited circularly polarized luminescence with dissymmetry factors typical of that of similar organic chiral chromophoric systems in the monomeric state. Variation in solvent composition led to the formation of stably… (More)
Directing the supramolecular polymerization towards a preferred type of organization is extremely important in the design of functional soft materials. Proposed herein is a simple methodology to tune the length and optical chirality of supramolecular polymers formed from a chiral bichromophoric binaphthalene by the control of enantiomeric excess (ee). The… (More)
The self-assembly of a chiral perylene bisimide bichromophoric derivative possessing a 1,1'-binaphthalene bridge was investigated by adopting two different methodologies, leading to the formation of aggregates with dissimilar morphologies. The chiral nature of the aggregated structures was optically probed with the help of circular dichroism (CD),… (More)
The concentration-dependent enhancement of the luminescence dissymmetry factor has suggested that pi-conjugated chiral perylene derivatives in a high concentrated opaque solution grow to aggregated structures with higher optical chirality.
Fingerprint signatures of circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) are observed from Staphylococcus aureus nuclease (SNase), bovine serum albumin (BSA), and insulin (Ins) labeled with europium(III) complexes containing a β-diketonate ligand, where SNase shows a virtually opposite CPL sign compared to those of BSA and Ins.
Chiral tris(phenylisoxazolyl)benzenes possessing a perylenebisimide moiety assembled to form helical stacks. The self-assembling behavior of the helical stacks responded to changes in solvent properties, temperature, and concentration. Strong circular dichroism (CD) and circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) of their assemblies were displayed, and were… (More)
Highly luminescent tris[β-diketonate (HFA, 1,1,1,5,5,5-hexafluoropentane-2,4-dione)] europium(III) complexes containing a chiral bis(oxazolinyl) pyridine (pybox) ligand--[(Eu(III)(R)-Ph-pybox)(HFA)(3)], [(Eu(III)(R)-i-Pr-pybox)(HFA)(3)], and [(Eu(III)(R)-Me-Ph-pybox)(HFA)(3)])--exhibit strong circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) at the magnetic-dipole… (More)
Circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) of chiral Eu(III) complexes with nona- and octa-coordinated structures, [Eu(R/S-iPr-Pybox)(D-facam)(3)] (1-R/1-S; R/S-iPr-Pybox, 2,6-bis(4R/4S-isopropyl-2-oxazolin-2-yl)pyridine; D-facam, 3-trifluoroacetyl-d-camphor), [Eu(S,S-Me-Ph-Pybox)(D-facam)(3)] (2-SS; S,S-Me-Ph-Pybox,… (More)