Shining red–NIR light: Bright red–NIR photoluminescent liquid crystals were obtained by grafting six promesogenic units onto an octahedral molybdenum cluster core (see picture). This hybrid self-arranges in a lamellar structure over a wide range of temperatures to give the first clustomesogen.
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