Tag: supramolecular polymers

Supramolecular Luminescence from Oligofluorenol-Based Supramolecular Polymer Semiconductors: Experimental Investigation

Intermolecular forces cause supramolecular luminescence, which is caused by non-covalent exciton behaviours of active -segments in supramolecular entities or aggregates. Suzuki coupling as a supramolecular semiconductor was used to produce a -conjugated oligofluorenol with self-complementary double hydrogen bonds. Concentration-dependent nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and dynamic light scattering were used to confirm terfluorenol-based random supramolecular polymers […]

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