Organic Luminescent Materials

  title={Organic Luminescent Materials},
  author={Jian Yun Shi and Eric William Forsythe and David C. Morton},
Heterocyclic benzoxazole‐based liquid crystals
The synthesis, characterization, and mesomorphic properties of a new type of heteronuclear compounds 1a–c and a Pd complex 1d derived from benzoxazole as the core group are reported. These compounds
Structurally Rigid 2,6-distyrylpyridines—A New Class of Fluorescent Dyes. 1. Synthesis, Steric Constitution and Spectral Properties
A group of structurally rigid analogues of 2,6-distyrylpyridine was synthesised. Molecular geometry of the synthesised dyes in solutions was studied by 1H-NMR, electronic absorption and fluorescence
Alkoxy-substituted difluoroboron benzoylmethanes for photonics applications: a photophysical and spectroscopic study.
The detailed photophysical and spectroscopic study rules out excimer formation even in highly concentrated solution or in the solid state, demonstrating the resistance of these dyes to self-aggregation and paving the way to the application of such fluorophores in OLEDs, solid dye lasers, chemical sensors and two-photon biological labels.
Heterocyclic Schiff Bases of 3-Aminobenzanthrone and Their Reduced Analogues: Synthesis, Properties and Spectroscopy
New substituted azomethines of benzanthrone with heterocyclic substituents were synthesized by condensation reaction of 3-aminobenzo[de]anthracen-7-one with appropriate aromatic aldehydes, indicating that the synthesized compounds are promising as luminescent dyes.
Crystal Structure of an Angular Carbazole-Coumarin Hybrid Dye
The crystal structure of 10H-4-methyl-2H-2-oxopyrano[5,6-b]carbazole hydrate was determined by X-ray diffraction. The crystal, 2C16H11NO2·H2O, belongs to space group P21/a with cell dimensions of a =