Design, synthesis and optical properties of carbazole-based halogen-bonded organic semiconductors
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|Publication status||Published - 7 Jun 2016|
organic electronic devices, which dictates properties such as charge-carrier mobility and luminescence efficiency. Offering high purity and well-defined solid-state arrangement, organic crystals are of particular interest for
organic electronic devices. Compared to single-component crystals, co-crystals are more versatile since the properties of the final material could be finely tuned by subtle structural variations of the starting modules.
Being an effective supramolecular tool in crystal engineering, halogen bonding may offer significant advances in devising novel organic electronic materials. Herein, we present our preliminary results on the design and
fabrication of halogen-bonded, carbazole-based luminescent cocrystals.