Trisha L. Andrew and Timothy M. Swager Structure—Property relationships for exciton transfer in conjugated polymers Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 49
Conjugated polymers (CPs) combine the optoelectronic properties of semiconductors with the mechanical properties and processing advantages of plastics. The sensitivity of their optical properties to their environment make them ideal materials for applications such as sensors, but a complete understanding of the mechanisms of energy migration in CPs is still lacking. Here, the photophysical properties of exciton transport in a series of poly(p-phenyl ethynylene)s is reviewed, with a particular focus on signal amplification capabilities.
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