New cinnamic derivatives 1a-c were designed starting from the chromophores working in polybenzofulvene derivatives poly-6-DMFL-BF3k, poly-6-MCBZ-BF3k, and poly-6-TPA-BF3k endowed with outstanding optoelectronic performances. This design approach led to the discovery of cinnamic derivatives showing very intriguing photophysical features. For instance, the cinnamic derivative bearing a triphenylamine moiety 1c showed photoluminescence quantum yield (PLQY) values of around 80% both in solution (λem = 540 nm) and in the crystalline state (λem = 470 nm). On the other hand, compounds 1a, b showed slightly lower, but still interesting PLQY values in the order of 57-77% and emission maxima in the range of 407-480 nm. The experimental findings were supported by the results of DFT and TDDFT calculations of the absorption and emission maxima of cinnamic derivatives 1a-c.

Paolino, M., Reale, A., Razzano, V., Giorgi, G., Giuliani, G., Villafiorita-Monteleone, F., et al. (2020). Design, synthesis, structure, and photophysical features of highly emissive cinnamic derivatives. NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, 44(32), 13644-13653 [10.1039/d0nj02429e].

Design, synthesis, structure, and photophysical features of highly emissive cinnamic derivatives

Paolino M.;Reale A.;Razzano V.;Giorgi G.;Giuliani G.;Botta C.;Coppola C.;Sinicropi A.;Cappelli A.
2020-01-01

Abstract

New cinnamic derivatives 1a-c were designed starting from the chromophores working in polybenzofulvene derivatives poly-6-DMFL-BF3k, poly-6-MCBZ-BF3k, and poly-6-TPA-BF3k endowed with outstanding optoelectronic performances. This design approach led to the discovery of cinnamic derivatives showing very intriguing photophysical features. For instance, the cinnamic derivative bearing a triphenylamine moiety 1c showed photoluminescence quantum yield (PLQY) values of around 80% both in solution (λem = 540 nm) and in the crystalline state (λem = 470 nm). On the other hand, compounds 1a, b showed slightly lower, but still interesting PLQY values in the order of 57-77% and emission maxima in the range of 407-480 nm. The experimental findings were supported by the results of DFT and TDDFT calculations of the absorption and emission maxima of cinnamic derivatives 1a-c.
Paolino, M., Reale, A., Razzano, V., Giorgi, G., Giuliani, G., Villafiorita-Monteleone, F., et al. (2020). Design, synthesis, structure, and photophysical features of highly emissive cinnamic derivatives. NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, 44(32), 13644-13653 [10.1039/d0nj02429e].
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