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Photostable orange-red fluorescent unsymmetrical diketopyrrolopyrrole-BF2hybrids

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Photostable orange-red fluorescent unsymmetrical diketopyrrolopyrrole-BF2hybrids. / Young, David C.; Tasior, Mariusz; Laurent, Adèle D.; Dobrzycki, Łukasz; Cyrański, Michał K.; Tkachenko, Nikolai; Jacquemin, Denis; Gryko, Daniel T.

julkaisussa: Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Vuosikerta 8, Nro 23, 04.2020, s. 7708-7717.

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Harvard

Young, DC, Tasior, M, Laurent, AD, Dobrzycki, Ł, Cyrański, MK, Tkachenko, N, Jacquemin, D & Gryko, DT 2020, 'Photostable orange-red fluorescent unsymmetrical diketopyrrolopyrrole-BF2hybrids', Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Vuosikerta. 8, Nro 23, Sivut 7708-7717. https://doi.org/10.1039/d0tc01202e

APA

Young, D. C., Tasior, M., Laurent, A. D., Dobrzycki, Ł., Cyrański, M. K., Tkachenko, N., ... Gryko, D. T. (2020). Photostable orange-red fluorescent unsymmetrical diketopyrrolopyrrole-BF2hybrids. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 8(23), 7708-7717. https://doi.org/10.1039/d0tc01202e

Vancouver

Young DC, Tasior M, Laurent AD, Dobrzycki Ł, Cyrański MK, Tkachenko N et al. Photostable orange-red fluorescent unsymmetrical diketopyrrolopyrrole-BF2hybrids. Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 2020 huhti;8(23):7708-7717. https://doi.org/10.1039/d0tc01202e

Author

Young, David C. ; Tasior, Mariusz ; Laurent, Adèle D. ; Dobrzycki, Łukasz ; Cyrański, Michał K. ; Tkachenko, Nikolai ; Jacquemin, Denis ; Gryko, Daniel T. / Photostable orange-red fluorescent unsymmetrical diketopyrrolopyrrole-BF2hybrids. Julkaisussa: Journal of Materials Chemistry C. 2020 ; Vuosikerta 8, Nro 23. Sivut 7708-7717.

Bibtex - Lataa

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title = "Photostable orange-red fluorescent unsymmetrical diketopyrrolopyrrole-BF2hybrids",
abstract = "The straightforward synthesis of structurally unique DPP-BODIPY hybrids has been developed using unsymmetrical, imidazopyridine substituted DPPs. These hybrids exhibit a superb combination of photophysical properties including high photostability, good fluorescence quantum yield as well as markedly bathochromically shifted absorption and emission compared to conventional diketopyrrolopyrroles. Increasing the size of the imidazopyridine substituent and/or the electron donating power of the other aryl substituent can further redshift both absorption and emission to reach ∼650 nm for the free-base and ca. 700 nm for boron-chelates. A strong intramolecular hydrogen bond is responsible for the small change in geometry between the ground and excited states and hence relatively small differences in photophysical properties upon formation of boron-chelates are observed. The solvent dependence of the photophysical properties for the free base and DPP-BF2 complexes were investigated and show strong fluorescence with long lifetimes in both non-polar and polar aprotic environments.",
author = "Young, {David C.} and Mariusz Tasior and Laurent, {Ad{\`e}le D.} and Łukasz Dobrzycki and Cyrański, {Michał K.} and Nikolai Tkachenko and Denis Jacquemin and Gryko, {Daniel T.}",
year = "2020",
month = "4",
doi = "10.1039/d0tc01202e",
language = "English",
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issn = "2050-7526",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
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RIS (suitable for import to EndNote) - Lataa

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AU - Young, David C.

AU - Tasior, Mariusz

AU - Laurent, Adèle D.

AU - Dobrzycki, Łukasz

AU - Cyrański, Michał K.

AU - Tkachenko, Nikolai

AU - Jacquemin, Denis

AU - Gryko, Daniel T.

PY - 2020/4

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N2 - The straightforward synthesis of structurally unique DPP-BODIPY hybrids has been developed using unsymmetrical, imidazopyridine substituted DPPs. These hybrids exhibit a superb combination of photophysical properties including high photostability, good fluorescence quantum yield as well as markedly bathochromically shifted absorption and emission compared to conventional diketopyrrolopyrroles. Increasing the size of the imidazopyridine substituent and/or the electron donating power of the other aryl substituent can further redshift both absorption and emission to reach ∼650 nm for the free-base and ca. 700 nm for boron-chelates. A strong intramolecular hydrogen bond is responsible for the small change in geometry between the ground and excited states and hence relatively small differences in photophysical properties upon formation of boron-chelates are observed. The solvent dependence of the photophysical properties for the free base and DPP-BF2 complexes were investigated and show strong fluorescence with long lifetimes in both non-polar and polar aprotic environments.

AB - The straightforward synthesis of structurally unique DPP-BODIPY hybrids has been developed using unsymmetrical, imidazopyridine substituted DPPs. These hybrids exhibit a superb combination of photophysical properties including high photostability, good fluorescence quantum yield as well as markedly bathochromically shifted absorption and emission compared to conventional diketopyrrolopyrroles. Increasing the size of the imidazopyridine substituent and/or the electron donating power of the other aryl substituent can further redshift both absorption and emission to reach ∼650 nm for the free-base and ca. 700 nm for boron-chelates. A strong intramolecular hydrogen bond is responsible for the small change in geometry between the ground and excited states and hence relatively small differences in photophysical properties upon formation of boron-chelates are observed. The solvent dependence of the photophysical properties for the free base and DPP-BF2 complexes were investigated and show strong fluorescence with long lifetimes in both non-polar and polar aprotic environments.

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