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Tunable Emission from Binary Organic One-Dimensional Nanomaterials: An Alternative Approach to White-Light Emission

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  1. Errata: Tunable Emission from Binary Organic One-Dimensional Nanomaterials: an Alternative Approach to White-Light Emission Volume 20, Issue 7, Article first published online: 4 April 2008

  • This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 50221201, 90301010, 20373077, 20471062, 50573084), the National Research Fund for Fundamental Key Projects, No. 973(2006CB806200), and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Prof. Lei Jiang and Dr. Jinjie Xu are gratefully acknowledged for their helpful measurements. Supporting Information is available online from Wiley InterScience or from the authors.

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Uniformly doped crystalline organic nanorods and nanowires are prepared by adsorbent-assisted physical vapor deposition. The emission color of the binary 1D nanomaterials can be controlled – and made to approach white light (see figure) – by changing the doping content, which is ascribed to intermolecular fluorescence resonance energy transfer between the two nanocrystalline components.

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