Sandipan Roy, Dr. Suvra Prakash Mondal, Prof. Samit K. Ray and Prof. Kumar Biradha A Photoswitchable and Photoluminescent Organic Semiconductor Based On Cation–π and Carboxylate–Pyridinium Interactions: A Supramolecular Approach Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51
More than the sum of the parts: The property of a supramolecular material can differ significantly from those of the constituent materials. Two organic components, which are nonconductive, nonphotochromic, and nonluminescent, were shown to self-assemble by cation–π, π–π, and carboxylate–pyridinium interactions. An organic semiconductor is thus produced with significant charge mobility and photochromic and photoluminescence properties.
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