Circularly Polarized Luminescence in Chiral Molecules and Supramolecular Assemblies

Polarized luminescence, or CPL, is a luminescence phenomenon that provides the differential emission intensity of right and left circularly polarized light, thereby providing information on the excited state properties of the chiral molecular systems

Jatish Kumar; Takuya Nakashima; Tsuyoshi Kawai

2015

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  • Polarized luminescence, or CPL, is a luminescence phenomenon that provides the differential emission intensity of right and left circularly polarized light, thereby providing information on the excited state properties of the chiral molecular systems
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