A white-light-emitting molecule: frustrated energy transfer between constituent emitting centers.

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White-light-emitting single molecules are promising materials for use in a new generation of displays and light sources because they offer the possibility of simple fabrication with perfect color reproducibility and stability. To realize white-light emission at the molecular scale, thereby eliminating the detrimental concentration- or environment-dependent… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ja902533f

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@article{Park2009AWM, title={A white-light-emitting molecule: frustrated energy transfer between constituent emitting centers.}, author={Sanghyuk Park and Ji Eon Kwon and Se Hun Kim and Jangwon Seo and Kyeongwoon Chung and Sun-Young Park and Du-Jeon Jang and Bego{\~n}a Mili{\'a}n Medina and Johannes Gierschner and Soo Young Park}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society}, year={2009}, volume={131 39}, pages={14043-9} }