3(5)-(9-Anthryl)pyrazole (ANP) can be used as a building block to construct different luminescent single crystals based on hydrogen bonding and π…π stacking interactions. Five types of single crystals—obtained by controlling the molecular assembly structures—that exhibit blue, blue-green, and green emission can be obtained, two of which are shown in the figure with their corresponding structures.
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