Selective Dual-Channel Imaging on Cyanostyryl-Modified Azulene Systems with Unimolecularly Tunable Visible-Near Infrared Luminescence.


Although organic light-emitting molecules have received a growing attention and applicability in modern bioimaging science, the design and control of complex photoluminescent properties in unimolecularly selective imaging remains a challenging topic. Considering that tunable multipathway imaging can be advantagedly connected with treatment processes in… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/chem.201700947


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