How does Tetraphenylethylene Relax from its Excited States?

Tetraphenylethylene is a prototypical example of a molecule displaying aggregation-induced emission. Despite many studies on the optical properties of TPE and its derivatives, the origin of the non-emissive behavior in the gas phase or in dilute solutions has yet to be unravelled. Here, we identify the ultrafast deactivation mechanisms responsible for the fluoresence quenching in isolated TPE.


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Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics -Cambridge- Royal Society of Chemistry, 17, 11606-11609
Year:
2016
Publisher:
Cambridge, Royal Society of Chemistry
ISSN:
1463-9076
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