Circularly polarized-thermally activated delayed fluorescent materials based on chiral bicarbazole donors
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We describe herein a molecular design to generate circularly polarized thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters in which chiral bicarbazole donors are connected to acceptor units via a rigid 8-membered cycle and how the nature of the donor and acceptor units affect the photophysical and chiroptical properties.
Poulard , L , Kasemthaveechok , S , Coehlo , M , Kumar , R A , Frédéric , L , Sumsalee , P , d’Anfray , T , Wu , S , Wang , J , Matulaitis , T , Crassous , J , Zysman-Colman , E , Favereau , L & Pieters , G 2022 , ' Circularly polarized-thermally activated delayed fluorescent materials based on chiral bicarbazole donors ' , Chemical Communications , vol. Advance Article . https://doi.org/10.1039/D2CC00998F
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DescriptionG. P. thanks the SCBM, the “PTC du CEA” (POLEM) and the ANR (iChiralight, ANR-19-CE07-0040) for funding and David Buisson, Amélie Goudet and Sabrina Lebrequier. J. C. and L. Fa. acknowledge the Ministère de l’Education Nationale, de la Recherche et de la Technologie, the CNRS and the Spectroscopies-CDTP core facility is also acknowledged. The St. Andrews team thanks the China Scholarship Council, 201906250199 to W. S. and 202006250026 to J. W., E. Z.-C. is a Royal Society Leverhulme Trust Senior Research fellow (SRF\R1\201089). We thank the EPSRC (EP/R035164/1) for funding.
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