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Influence of an electron-acceptor substituent type on the photophysical properties of unsymmetrically substituted diphenylacetylene

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Title
Influence of an electron-acceptor substituent type on the photophysical properties of unsymmetrically substituted diphenylacetylene
Abstract

•New derivatives of diphenylacetylene have been synthetized as a pull-push fluorophores.•Influence of electron-donor-acceptor substituents and solvents on photophysics of studied compounds has been studied.•Excited state dipole moment based on solvatochromic methods has been determined.

Unsymmetrically substituted diphenylacetylene derivatives containing a different type of an electron-acceptor substituent were synthetized and studied using spectroscopic methods in order to establish the influence of electron affinity of substituent on the photo physics of donor-acceptor pairs. Spectral and photophysical properties were studied in 14 solvents (non-polar, polar aprotic and protic). Influence of solvent properties on spectral and photophysical properties of studied compounds was analyzed using Catalan multi-parameter solvent scale. The change of the excited state dipole moment was estimated based on Bilot-Kawski theory.

Keywords
Diphenylacetylene derivatives; Fluorescence; Internal charge transfer; Solvatochromism; Excited state dipole moment
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Influence of an electron-acceptor substituent type on the photophysical properties of unsymmetrically substituted diphenylacetylene
Publisher
Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry - Volume 326, 15 July 2016, Pages 76–88
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Subjects
Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering