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Highly Polarized Light Emission from 6T@BNNT Nanohybrids

@inproceedings{Badon2021HighlyPL,
  title={Highly Polarized Light Emission from 6T@BNNT Nanohybrids},
  author={Amaury Badon and Charlotte Allard and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Fossard and Annick Loiseau and Laurent Cognet and Emmanuel Flahaut and Nicolas Izard and Richard Martel and Etienne Gaufr{\`e}s},
  year={2021}
}
The polarized fluorescence emission of organic fluorophores has been extensively studied in photonics and is increasingly exploited in single molecule scale bio-imaging. Expanding the polarization properties of compact molecular assemblies is, however, extremely challenging due to depolarization and quenching effects associated with the self-aggregation of molecules into the sub-nanometer scale. Here we demonstrate that Boron Nitride Nanotubes (BNNTs) can act as a 1D host-template for the… 

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