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Henderson, K,Dalton, AB,Chambers, G,Drury, A,Maier, S,Ryder, AG,Blau, W,Byrne, HJ
2001
March
Synthetic Metals
Solvent effects on the luminescent properties of conjugated molecules
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organic semiconductors based on conjugated molecules infrared and Raman spectroscopy optical absorption and emission spectroscopy time resolved fast spectroscopy
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1-3
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556
The photoluminescent yield and lifetime of 2,5-dioctyl-p-distyrylbenzene is shown to vary significantly in a range of organic solvents. This variation is seen to correlate well with the overlap of the vibrational spectrum of the molecule with that of the solvent. This overlap is proposed as a gauge of the nonradiative decay processes in dilute solution. In solutions of higher concentration and of the polymer PmPV, this correlation is lost, however. The loss of correlation is attributed to a departure from single molecular photophysics as a result of aggregation.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0379677900011401?np=y
10.1016/S0379-6779(00)01140-1
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