Electrofluorochromism at the single-molecule level

@article{Doppagne2018ElectrofluorochromismAT,
  title={Electrofluorochromism at the single-molecule level},
  author={Benjamin Doppagne and M. Chong and H. Bulou and A. Boeglin and F. Scheurer and G. Schull},
  journal={Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={361},
  pages={251 - 255}
}
Changing emission with charge states The fluorescence of electrochromic molecules changes with their charge state. Doppagne et al. studied the optical emission of single zinc-phthalocyanine molecules excited by electron injection from a scanning tunneling microscope tip. The molecules were adsorbed on salt layers grown on a gold surface, so that the cationic and neutral molecules could both be observed. The primary emission shifted to lower energy for the cation, and, in addition, vibrational… Expand
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