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Visible and near IR emitting organic nanoparticles of aromatic fumaronitrile core-based donor–acceptor compounds

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Title
Visible and near IR emitting organic nanoparticles of aromatic fumaronitrile core-based donor–acceptor compounds
Abstract

A class of five compounds (1–5) having aromatic fumaronitrile as electron acceptor, phenylacetylene as linker and carbazole, indole, or diphenylamine moieties as electron donors, has successfully formed fluorescent organic nanoparticles (FONs) in THF/water mixtures. FONs formed from these compounds emit from the visible region to the near IR region. The fluorescence intensity of compound 1 is increased by 19 times upon the formation of nanoparticles compared to its THF solution. A large Stokes shift of 256 nm has been observed during the formation of nanoparticles of compound 4. The potential application of these FONs in dye sensitized solar cells, optoelectronic device fabrication, and biomedical imaging is under assessment.

Keywords
Near IR emitting; Fumaronitrile core based compounds; Fluorescent organic nanoparticles; THF/water ratios; Fluorescence intensity; Red shift
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry - Volume 215, Issues 2–3, 25 September 2010, Pages 179–184
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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