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In situ nano-assembly of bacterial cellulose–polyaniline composites
Bacterial cellulose (BC), produced by Gluconacetobacter xylinum, consists of ribbon-shaped nano-fibers in web-like structures. Polyaniline (PAni) is a conductive polymer, the conductivity of which isExpand
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Changing the behavior of chromophores from aggregation-caused quenching to aggregation-induced emission: development of highly efficient light emitters in the solid state.
The development of efficient luminescent materials in the solid state is of both scientific and technological interest. An obstacle to their development is the notorious aggregation-caused quenchingExpand
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Low band-gap conjugated polymers with strong interchain aggregation and very high hole mobility towards highly efficient thick-film polymer solar cells.
Absorption spectra of polymer FBT-Th4 (1,4) (M n = 46.4 Kg/mol, E g = 1.62 eV, and HOMO = -5.36 eV) indicate strong interchain aggregation ability. High hole mobilities up to 1.92 cm(2) (V s)(-1) areExpand
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Highly efficient near-infrared organic light-emitting diode based on a butterfly-shaped donor-acceptor chromophore with strong solid-state fluorescence and a large proportion of radiative excitons.
The development of near-infrared (NIR) organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) is of growing interest. Donor-acceptor (D-A) chromophores have served as an important class of NIR materials for NIR OLEDExpand
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Tight intermolecular packing through supramolecular interactions in crystals of cyano substituted oligo(para-phenylene vinylene): a key factor for aggregation-induced emission.
  • Y. Li, F. Li, +9 authors Y. Ma
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Chemical communications
  • 4 January 2007
Strong supramolecular interactions, which induced tight packing and rigid molecules in crystals of cyano substituent oligo(para-phenylene vinylene) (CN-DPDSB), are the key factor for the highExpand
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Multicolored-fluorescence switching of ICT-type organic solids with clear color difference: mechanically controlled excited state.
A donor-acceptor-type fluorophore containing a twisted diphenylacrylonitrile and triphenylamine has been developed by using the Suzuki reaction. The system indicates typical intramolecularExpand
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Bipolar AIE-active luminogens comprised of an oxadiazole core and terminal TPE moieties as a new type of host for doped electroluminescence.
For the first time, two bipolar AIE-active luminogens (Oxa-pTPE and Oxa-mTPE) constructed from tetraphenylethene and oxadiazole were utilized as fluorescence host materials in sky-blue doped OLEDsExpand
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Facile fabrication of high quality graphene from expandable graphite: simultaneous exfoliation and reduction.
High quality graphenes were prepared from low-cost expandable graphite via a facile hydrazine hydrate or concentrated ammonia-assisted quenching strategy.
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Synthesis, structure, aggregation-induced emission, self-assembly, and electron mobility of 2,5-bis(triphenylsilylethynyl)-3,4-diphenylsiloles.
2,5-Bis(triphenylsilylethynyl)-3,4-diphenylsiloles with different 1,1-substituents [XYSi(CPh)(2) (C-C≡C-SiPh(3))(2)] (Ph=phenyl) were synthesized in high yields by the Sonogashira coupling ofExpand
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A Highly Efficient, Blue‐Phosphorescent Device Based on a Wide‐Bandgap Host/FIrpic: Rational Design of the Carbazole and Phosphine Oxide Moieties on Tetraphenylsilane
A new series of wide-bandgap materials, 4-dipenylphosphine oxide-4′-9H-carbazol-9-yl-tetraphenylsilane (CSPO), 4-diphenylphosphine oxide-4′,4″-di(9H-carbazol-9-yl)-tetraphenylsilane (pDCSPO),Expand
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