Recent progress in research on stimuli-responsive circularly polarized luminescence based on π-conjugated molecules

As representative examples, assembled structures of chiral π-conjugated polymers and molecules showed tunable circularly polarized luminescence resulting from the enhancement of chirality induction by aggregation

Hiromitsu Maeda; Yuya Bando

2013

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  • As representative examples, assembled structures of chiral π-conjugated polymers and molecules showed tunable circularly polarized luminescence resulting from the enhancement of chirality induction by aggregation
  • Fascinating CPL-active species, pyrrole-based anion-responsive π-conjugated molecules exhibiting CPL induced by anion binding and ion pairing, are discussed
  • Fascinating circularly polarized luminescence-active species, pyrrole-based anion-responsive π-conjugated molecules exhibiting CPL induced by anion binding and ion pairing, are discussed

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