Lars Poulsen Tolbod

Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy

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Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy. / Aloshyna, Mariya; Medina, Begona Milian; Poulsen, Lars; Moreau, Juliette; Beljonne, David; Cornil, Jerome; Silvestro, Giuseppe Di; Cerminara, Michele; Meinardi, Francesco; Tubino, Riccardo; Detert, Heiner; Schrader, Sigurd; Egelhaaf, Hans-Joachim; Botta, Chiara; Gierschner, Johannes.

In: Advanced Functional Materials, Vol. 18, No. 6, 25.03.2008, p. 915-921.

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Aloshyna, M, Medina, BM, Poulsen, L, Moreau, J, Beljonne, D, Cornil, J, Silvestro, GD, Cerminara, M, Meinardi, F, Tubino, R, Detert, H, Schrader, S, Egelhaaf, H-J, Botta, C & Gierschner, J 2008, 'Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy', Advanced Functional Materials, vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 915-921.

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Aloshyna, M., Medina, B. M., Poulsen, L., Moreau, J., Beljonne, D., Cornil, J., Silvestro, G. D., Cerminara, M., Meinardi, F., Tubino, R., Detert, H., Schrader, S., Egelhaaf, H-J., Botta, C., & Gierschner, J. (2008). Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy. Advanced Functional Materials, 18(6), 915-921.

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Aloshyna M, Medina BM, Poulsen L, Moreau J, Beljonne D, Cornil J, Silvestro GD, Cerminara M, Meinardi F, Tubino R, Detert H, Schrader S, Egelhaaf H-J, Botta C, Gierschner J. 2008. Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy. Advanced Functional Materials. 18(6):915-921.

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Aloshyna M, Medina BM, Poulsen L, Moreau J, Beljonne D, Cornil J et al. Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy. Advanced Functional Materials. 2008 Mar 25;18(6):915-921.

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Aloshyna, Mariya ; Medina, Begona Milian ; Poulsen, Lars ; Moreau, Juliette ; Beljonne, David ; Cornil, Jerome ; Silvestro, Giuseppe Di ; Cerminara, Michele ; Meinardi, Francesco ; Tubino, Riccardo ; Detert, Heiner ; Schrader, Sigurd ; Egelhaaf, Hans-Joachim ; Botta, Chiara ; Gierschner, Johannes. / Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy. In: Advanced Functional Materials. 2008 ; Vol. 18, No. 6. pp. 915-921.

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title = "Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy",
abstract = "Perhydrotriphenylene-based channel-forming inclusion compounds (ICs) and thin films made of polyphenylenevinylene (PPV)-type oligomers with terminal alkoxy groups are investigated and compared in a combined experimental and theoretical approach. Interchromophore interactions and host-guest interactions are elucidated by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy. The impact of the local environment of the chromophore on the optical and photophysical properties is discussed in light of quantum-chemical calculations. In stark contrast to thin films where preferential side-by-side orientation leads to quenching of photoluminescence (PL) via non-emissive traps, the ICs are found to be attractive materials for opto-electronic applications: they offer high chromophore concentrations, but at the same time behave as quasi-isolated entities of tightly packed, well-oriented objects with high PL quantum yields and the possibility of color tuning.",
author = "Mariya Aloshyna and Medina, {Begona Milian} and Lars Poulsen and Juliette Moreau and David Beljonne and Jerome Cornil and Silvestro, {Giuseppe Di} and Michele Cerminara and Francesco Meinardi and Riccardo Tubino and Heiner Detert and Sigurd Schrader and Hans-Joachim Egelhaaf and Chiara Botta and Johannes Gierschner",
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RIS

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T1 - Oligophenylenevinylenes in spatially confined nanochannels: Monitoring intermolecular interactions by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy

AU - Aloshyna, Mariya

AU - Medina, Begona Milian

AU - Poulsen, Lars

AU - Moreau, Juliette

AU - Beljonne, David

AU - Cornil, Jerome

AU - Silvestro, Giuseppe Di

AU - Cerminara, Michele

AU - Meinardi, Francesco

AU - Tubino, Riccardo

AU - Detert, Heiner

AU - Schrader, Sigurd

AU - Egelhaaf, Hans-Joachim

AU - Botta, Chiara

AU - Gierschner, Johannes

PY - 2008/3/25

Y1 - 2008/3/25

N2 - Perhydrotriphenylene-based channel-forming inclusion compounds (ICs) and thin films made of polyphenylenevinylene (PPV)-type oligomers with terminal alkoxy groups are investigated and compared in a combined experimental and theoretical approach. Interchromophore interactions and host-guest interactions are elucidated by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy. The impact of the local environment of the chromophore on the optical and photophysical properties is discussed in light of quantum-chemical calculations. In stark contrast to thin films where preferential side-by-side orientation leads to quenching of photoluminescence (PL) via non-emissive traps, the ICs are found to be attractive materials for opto-electronic applications: they offer high chromophore concentrations, but at the same time behave as quasi-isolated entities of tightly packed, well-oriented objects with high PL quantum yields and the possibility of color tuning.

AB - Perhydrotriphenylene-based channel-forming inclusion compounds (ICs) and thin films made of polyphenylenevinylene (PPV)-type oligomers with terminal alkoxy groups are investigated and compared in a combined experimental and theoretical approach. Interchromophore interactions and host-guest interactions are elucidated by UV/Vis and Raman spectroscopy. The impact of the local environment of the chromophore on the optical and photophysical properties is discussed in light of quantum-chemical calculations. In stark contrast to thin films where preferential side-by-side orientation leads to quenching of photoluminescence (PL) via non-emissive traps, the ICs are found to be attractive materials for opto-electronic applications: they offer high chromophore concentrations, but at the same time behave as quasi-isolated entities of tightly packed, well-oriented objects with high PL quantum yields and the possibility of color tuning.

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VL - 18

SP - 915

EP - 921

JO - Advanced Functional Materials

JF - Advanced Functional Materials

SN - 1616-301X

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