Diaminodicyanoquinones: Fluorescent Dyes with High Dipole Moments and Electron-Acceptor Properties.

@article{Rietsch2019DiaminodicyanoquinonesFD,
  title={Diaminodicyanoquinones: Fluorescent Dyes with High Dipole Moments and Electron-Acceptor Properties.},
  author={Philipp Rietsch and Felix Witte and S. Sobottka and Gregor Germer and Alexander Becker and A. G{\"u}ttler and B. Sarkar and B. Paulus and U. Resch-Genger and S. Eigler},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2019},
  volume={58 24},
  pages={
          8235-8239
        }
}
Fluorescent dyes are applied in various fields of research, including solar cells and light-emitting devices, and as reporters for assays and bioimaging studies. Fluorescent dyes with an added high dipole moment pave the way to nonlinear optics and polarity sensitivity. Redox activity makes it possible to switch the molecule's photophysical properties. Diaminodicyanoquinone derivatives possess high dipole moments, yet only low fluorescence quantum yields, and have therefore been neglected as… Expand

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