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Themed collection 2018 Journal of Materials Chemistry C HOT Papers

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Accepted Manuscript - Review Article

An Overview of Phosphorescent Metallomesogens based on Platinum and Iridium

Review Article

Anthracene-based semiconductors for organic field-effect transistors

A review of materials design strategies and efficient study methods for modeling of anthracene derivatives, with a description of their significant application in light-emitting transistors.

Graphical abstract: Anthracene-based semiconductors for organic field-effect transistors
Review Article

Graphene nanohybrids: excellent electromagnetic properties for the absorbing and shielding of electromagnetic waves

The microwave absorption, electromagnetic interference shielding, and microwave response mechanism of graphene hybrids are highlighted, including relaxation, charge transport, magnetic resonance, etc.

Graphical abstract: Graphene nanohybrids: excellent electromagnetic properties for the absorbing and shielding of electromagnetic waves
Review Article

Light-emitting diodes of colloidal quantum dots and nanorod heterostructures for future emissive displays

Tunable, narrow-linewidth photoluminescence and solution processability make colloidal quantum dots, especially their anisotropic heterostructures, unique emitter materials for a variety of photonic and optoelectronic applications.

Graphical abstract: Light-emitting diodes of colloidal quantum dots and nanorod heterostructures for future emissive displays
Review Article

Magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles as T1 contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging

This review discusses several aspects regarding ultrasmall magnetic nanoparticles as T1 contrast agents, including synthesis, parameters affecting T1, and applications.

Graphical abstract: Magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles as T1 contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging
Accepted Manuscript - Communication

Atomically thin semiconducting penta- PdP2 and PdAs2 with ultrahigh carrier mobility

Communication

Highly efficient crystalline organic light-emitting diodes

An efficient crystalline organic light-emitting diode based on high-quality crystalline heteroepitaxy films has been constructed, which exhibits high efficiency.

Graphical abstract: Highly efficient crystalline organic light-emitting diodes
Communication

Pyridination of hole transporting material in perovskite solar cells questions the long-term stability

Interaction of the hole transporting material with tert-butylpyridine as a possible degradation pathway of perovskite solar cells.

Graphical abstract: Pyridination of hole transporting material in perovskite solar cells questions the long-term stability
Communication

Origin of the green persistent luminescence of Eu-doped SrAl2O4 from a multiconfigurational ab initio study of 4f7 → 4f65d1 transitions

The green persistent luminescence from SrAl2O4:Eu is assigned to Eu2+ at the Sr2 site based on a multiconfigurational ab initio study.

Graphical abstract: Origin of the green persistent luminescence of Eu-doped SrAl2O4 from a multiconfigurational ab initio study of 4f7 → 4f65d1 transitions
Communication

Small molecule donors based on benzodithiophene and diketopyrrolopyrrole compatible with both fullerene and non-fullerene acceptors

Two small molecule donors achieved over 5% PCEs when combined with fullerene, non-fullerene or blended acceptors.

Graphical abstract: Small molecule donors based on benzodithiophene and diketopyrrolopyrrole compatible with both fullerene and non-fullerene acceptors
Communication

Covalent organic frameworks: a platform for the experimental establishment of the influence of intermolecular distance on phosphorescence

Phosphorescent 2D covalent organic frameworks were utilized as a research platform to study the relationship between phosphorescence emission and interlayer distance.

Graphical abstract: Covalent organic frameworks: a platform for the experimental establishment of the influence of intermolecular distance on phosphorescence
Communication

The distribution of rare earth ions in a γ-Ga2O3 nanocrystal-silicate glass composite and its influence on the photoluminescence properties

The partitioning of rare earth ions (REs: Yb3+, Er3+, Eu3+ and Nd3+) in γ-Ga2O3 nanocrystals (NCs) precipitated in a nanostructured silicate glass ceramic is revealed, and the enrichment of REs in the NCs (bulk doping) rather than on the interfaces between the NCs and the surrounding glassy phase (surface doping) is differentiated.

Graphical abstract: The distribution of rare earth ions in a γ-Ga2O3 nanocrystal-silicate glass composite and its influence on the photoluminescence properties
Communication

A novel water-soluble and self-doped conducting hybrid copolymer: poly(4-oxybenzenesulfonic acid)phosphazene-g-poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)

In this report we describe the efficient synthesis and characterization of a series of water-soluble, self-doped PEDOT hybrid copolymers based on a polyaryloxyphosphazene platform, which brings a new perspective to the challenging solubility problem of PEDOT.

Graphical abstract: A novel water-soluble and self-doped conducting hybrid copolymer: poly(4-oxybenzenesulfonic acid)phosphazene-g-poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)
Communication

Controllable growth of C8-BTBT single crystalline microribbon arrays by a limited solvent vapor-assisted crystallization (LSVC) method

Uniformly aligned single crystal arrays of C8-BTBT were prepared by the LSVC method and their OFETs exhibit high mobility with uniform distribution.

Graphical abstract: Controllable growth of C8-BTBT single crystalline microribbon arrays by a limited solvent vapor-assisted crystallization (LSVC) method
Communication

Bromocholine bromide is a molecular ferroelectric with moderate phase transition temperature

The symmetry breaking originating from the order–disorder dynamic transition of organic cations results in moderate spontaneous polarization as well as switchable SHG signal and pyroelectric property with feasible “on/off” contrasts.

Graphical abstract: Bromocholine bromide is a molecular ferroelectric with moderate phase transition temperature
Communication

Topologically protected hybrid states in graphene–stanene–graphene heterojunctions

We report a van der Waals heterostructure based graphene–stanene–graphene (C–Sn–C) quantum wall (QW), which shows a topologically protected hybrid state in the graphene–stanene interface.

Graphical abstract: Topologically protected hybrid states in graphene–stanene–graphene heterojunctions
Communication

Mimosa inspired bilayer hydrogel actuator functioning in multi-environments

Inspired by the water self-circulation mechanism that contributes to the motion of Mimosa leafs, a hydrogel actuator with a reverse thermal responsive bilayer structure was prepared, which can generate motions in water, oil and even in open-air environment.

Graphical abstract: Mimosa inspired bilayer hydrogel actuator functioning in multi-environments
Paper

Small morphology variations effects on plasmonic nanoparticle dimer hotspots

Beyond the ideal nanosphere dimer hotspot model, small morphology variations can have great influences on the plasmonic properties.

Graphical abstract: Small morphology variations effects on plasmonic nanoparticle dimer hotspots
Paper

Efficient deep blue electroluminescence with CIEy ∈ (0.05–0.07) from phenanthroimidazole–acridine derivative hybrid fluorophores

Non-doped OLEDs using phenanthroimidazole–acridine derivatives PhImAc and PhImEn were designed and fabricated. They display deep blue with the CIE (0.15, 0.07) and (0.15, 0.05).

Graphical abstract: Efficient deep blue electroluminescence with CIEy ∈ (0.05–0.07) from phenanthroimidazole–acridine derivative hybrid fluorophores
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Microwave synthesis of cyclen functional carbon dots to construct ratiometric fluorescent probe for tetracycline detection

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

High-Entropy Alloy Superconductors on an α-Mn lattice

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Zero-thermal-quenching and photoluminescence tuning with the assistance of carriers from defect cluster traps

Paper

Highly efficient polymer solar cells via multiple cascade energy level engineering

High-performance multiple blend polymer solar cells (PSCs) were firstly achieved via a multiple cascade energy level engineering strategy. By introducing more different bandgap copolymers with the similar molecular backbones, steadier energy level alignment and more charge transfer channels in devices could be realized.

Graphical abstract: Highly efficient polymer solar cells via multiple cascade energy level engineering
Paper

Improved breakdown strength and energy storage density of a Ce doped strontium titanate core by silica shell coating

Improved breakdown strength and energy storage density of a core–shell structure with a high permittivity core and a highly insulating shell.

Graphical abstract: Improved breakdown strength and energy storage density of a Ce doped strontium titanate core by silica shell coating
Paper

Novel BaTiO3-based lead-free ceramic capacitors featuring high energy storage density, high power density, and excellent stability

High energy storage density and high power density combined in novel BaTiO3-based lead-free ceramics for multilayer ceramic capacitors.

Graphical abstract: Novel BaTiO3-based lead-free ceramic capacitors featuring high energy storage density, high power density, and excellent stability
Paper

Continuously fabricated transparent conductive polycarbonate/carbon nanotube nanocomposite films for switchable thermochromic applications

Flexible CNT-based transparent conductive films with strong adhesion were continuously fabricated by a home-made roll-to-roll (R2R) spraying method and used as a smart window with switchable transparency.

Graphical abstract: Continuously fabricated transparent conductive polycarbonate/carbon nanotube nanocomposite films for switchable thermochromic applications
Paper

Floating-non-solvent method for inducing the formation of highly crystalline conjugated polymer nanofibrils in the solution state for high-performance organic transistors

In this study, we report a facile dip-coating printing method using a floating non-solvent technique to produce highly crystalline nanofibrils.

Graphical abstract: Floating-non-solvent method for inducing the formation of highly crystalline conjugated polymer nanofibrils in the solution state for high-performance organic transistors
Paper

A new up-conversion charging concept for effectively charging persistent phosphors using low-energy visible-light laser diodes

We report an up-conversion charging (UCC) technique, which offers a new way to study persistent luminescence and utilize persistent phosphors

Graphical abstract: A new up-conversion charging concept for effectively charging persistent phosphors using low-energy visible-light laser diodes
Paper

The effect of 1D- and 2D-polymorphs on organic single-crystal optoelectronic devices: lasers and field effect transistors

The 2D-microdisk polymorphs of TPDSB exhibit a higher photoluminescence quantum yield (Φ), a lower laser threshold and a higher carrier mobility than 1D-microwire polymorphs.

Graphical abstract: The effect of 1D- and 2D-polymorphs on organic single-crystal optoelectronic devices: lasers and field effect transistors
Paper

Tunable dual emission of Ca3Al4ZnO10:Bi3+,Mn4+ via energy transfer for indoor plant growth lighting

The emission spectra of Bi3+ and Mn4+ co-doped Ca3Al4ZnO10 phosphors match well with the absorption spectra of plant pigments for indoor plant growth lighting.

Graphical abstract: Tunable dual emission of Ca3Al4ZnO10:Bi3+,Mn4+ via energy transfer for indoor plant growth lighting
Paper

Expression of anti-Kasha's emission from amino benzothiadiazole and its utilization for fluorescent chemosensors and organic light emitting materials

Emission of amino benzothiadiazoles is controllable and might be used for white solution emission, fluorescent chemosensors, and emitting materials in OLEDs.

Graphical abstract: Expression of anti-Kasha's emission from amino benzothiadiazole and its utilization for fluorescent chemosensors and organic light emitting materials
Paper

Back-to-back symmetric Schottky type UVA photodetector based on ternary alloy BeZnO

A back-to-back symmetric Schottky type BeZnO based UVA photodetector with ultra-low dark current and rapid response time has been realized.

Graphical abstract: Back-to-back symmetric Schottky type UVA photodetector based on ternary alloy BeZnO
Paper

Distribution and stabilization of bismuth NIR centers in Bi-doped aluminosilicate laser glasses by managing glass network structure

Bismuth NIR emission centers can be stabilized or destabilized by a local excess charge model, and their emissions can be enhanced within lanthanum aluminosilicate glasses by managing the glass structure.

Graphical abstract: Distribution and stabilization of bismuth NIR centers in Bi-doped aluminosilicate laser glasses by managing glass network structure
Paper

A cross-linkable hole transport material having improved mobility through a semi-interpenetrating polymer network approach for solution-processed green PHOLEDs

A novel cross-linkable hole transport material (HTM) was used to form a robust layer structure upon continuous wet processes such as spin coating or ink-jet printing.

Graphical abstract: A cross-linkable hole transport material having improved mobility through a semi-interpenetrating polymer network approach for solution-processed green PHOLEDs
Paper

Lightweight and conductive carbon black/chlorinated poly(propylene carbonate) foams with a remarkable negative temperature coefficient effect of resistance for temperature sensor applications

Lightweight and biodegradable crosslinked CB/CPPC foams exhibit a remarkable nearly-linear negative temperature coefficient effect, which has great potential in temperature sensors.

Graphical abstract: Lightweight and conductive carbon black/chlorinated poly(propylene carbonate) foams with a remarkable negative temperature coefficient effect of resistance for temperature sensor applications
Paper

Design of novel graphdiyne-based materials with large second-order nonlinear optical properties

A series of graphdiyne-based nonlinear optical materials were theoretically designed through adsorbing alkali metals (Li, Na, K) on a largely delocalized π-conjugated graphdiyne surface, and the K3@GDY cluster has a significantly enhanced first hyperpolarizability of ∼1.61 × 105 a.u.

Graphical abstract: Design of novel graphdiyne-based materials with large second-order nonlinear optical properties
Paper

Luminescence enhancement and energy transfers of Ce3+ and Sm3+ in CaSrSiO4 phosphor

Energy transfer from Ce3+ to Sm3+ in orthosilicate host enhances the luminescence and shows promising application in white LEDs.

Graphical abstract: Luminescence enhancement and energy transfers of Ce3+ and Sm3+ in CaSrSiO4 phosphor
Paper

NIR–NIR photon avalanche based luminescent thermometry with Nd3+ doped nanoparticles

Here, we show an unprecedented approach to luminescent T sensing, which relies on highly temperature dependent nonresonant 1064 nm NIR photoexcitation and a 890 nm anti-Stokes avalanche-like NIR emission from Nd3+ doped nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: NIR–NIR photon avalanche based luminescent thermometry with Nd3+ doped nanoparticles
Paper

Impact of excess PbI2 on the structure and the temperature dependent optical properties of methylammonium lead iodide perovskites

Excess PbI2 in MAPbI3 thin films has no direct impact on the electronic structure but changes the temperature dependence of the exciton binding energy and the phase transition behaviour.

Graphical abstract: Impact of excess PbI2 on the structure and the temperature dependent optical properties of methylammonium lead iodide perovskites
Paper

Highly sensitive detection of polarized light using a new group IV–V 2D orthorhombic SiP

Seeded flux growth of bulk o-SiP single crystals with layered structure and in-plane anisotropic photoresponse.

Graphical abstract: Highly sensitive detection of polarized light using a new group IV–V 2D orthorhombic SiP
Paper

Reversible alternation between bipolar and unipolar resistive switching in Ag/MoS2/Au structure for multilevel flexible memory

A new operating scheme for voltage-polarity-controlled multilevel memory based on Ag/MoS2/Au flexible structure with reversible alternation between bipolar and unipolar resistive switching modes was demonstrated.

Graphical abstract: Reversible alternation between bipolar and unipolar resistive switching in Ag/MoS2/Au structure for multilevel flexible memory
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Overlayer induced air gap acting as a responsivity amplifier for majority carrier graphene–insulator–silicon photodetectors

Photo-responsivity of majority carrier graphene–insulator–silicon (GIS) photodetectors, which act as photocurrent amplifiers and thus have high potential for various future electro-optic applications requiring their high responsivity, low dark current, high on–off ratio and high detectivity.

Graphical abstract: Overlayer induced air gap acting as a responsivity amplifier for majority carrier graphene–insulator–silicon photodetectors
Paper

Controllable two-dimensional luminescence tuning in Eu2+,Mn2+ doped (Ca,Sr)9Sc(PO4)7 based on crystal field regulation and energy transfer

Controllable 2D luminescence tuning and single-phase white emission were realized in Eu2+,Mn2+-doped (Ca,Sr)9Sc(PO4)7 by a method combining crystal field regulation and energy transfer.

Graphical abstract: Controllable two-dimensional luminescence tuning in Eu2+,Mn2+ doped (Ca,Sr)9Sc(PO4)7 based on crystal field regulation and energy transfer
Paper

Synthesis of single-particle level white-light-emitting carbon dots via a one-step microwave method

Single-particle level white-light-emitting carbon dots via a one-step microwave synthesis.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of single-particle level white-light-emitting carbon dots via a one-step microwave method
Paper

A low temperature and air-sinterable copper–diamine complex-based metal organic decomposition ink for printed electronics

A Cu–diamine formulated ink for obtaining flexible conductive Cu films in an air atmosphere at temperatures as low as 130 °C.

Graphical abstract: A low temperature and air-sinterable copper–diamine complex-based metal organic decomposition ink for printed electronics
Paper

A multi-responsive bidirectional bending actuator based on polypyrrole and agar nanocomposites

We report a multi-stimuli responsive bidirectional bending actuator which can be utilized as a walking device with cargo transportation and delivery capabilities.

Graphical abstract: A multi-responsive bidirectional bending actuator based on polypyrrole and agar nanocomposites
Open Access Paper

Three birds, one stone – photo-/piezo-/chemochromism in one conjugated nanoporous ionic organic network

A nanoporous material bearing a high ion density and inherent organic radical character was synthesized by a facile one-pot process, which exhibits photo-, piezo- and chemochromism, driven by the diverse electron transfer processes between the acceptor framework and different electron donors.

Graphical abstract: Three birds, one stone – photo-/piezo-/chemochromism in one conjugated nanoporous ionic organic network
Paper

Novel insight into the structure and properties of lead-free dielectric Sr3TiNb4O15

The octahedral tilting approach used in this study will be useful for many more tungsten-bronze-type structures with similar pseudo-symmetry problems.

Graphical abstract: Novel insight into the structure and properties of lead-free dielectric Sr3TiNb4O15
Paper

Monolayer tellurene–metal contacts

Two-dimensional (2D) atomic crystals are promising channel materials for next generation electronics due to its outstanding gate electrostatics and few dangling bonds.

Graphical abstract: Monolayer tellurene–metal contacts
Paper

Quantitative analysis of improved bending fracture behavior of large-scale graphene monolayer-intervened flexible oxide thin films

A graphene layer improves the fracture resistance of flexible transparent conducting films by ∼61%.

Graphical abstract: Quantitative analysis of improved bending fracture behavior of large-scale graphene monolayer-intervened flexible oxide thin films
Paper

Ge-based bipolar small molecular host for highly efficient blue OLEDs: multiscale simulation of charge transport

Investigating three novel Ge-based high-performance bipolar hosts for deep blue phosphorescent OLEDs by multiscale simulation of charge transport.

Graphical abstract: Ge-based bipolar small molecular host for highly efficient blue OLEDs: multiscale simulation of charge transport
Paper

Highly-stable, green-solvent-processable organic thin-film transistors: angular- vs. linear-shaped carbazoledioxazine derivatives

Linear-shaped carbazoledioxazines can be processed from green solvents and exhibit a two orders of magnitude higher mobility than their angular-counterpart.

Graphical abstract: Highly-stable, green-solvent-processable organic thin-film transistors: angular- vs. linear-shaped carbazoledioxazine derivatives
Paper

Simultaneously improving the mechanical strength and electromagnetic interference shielding of carbon/carbon composites by electrophoretic deposition of SiC nanowires

Electrophoretic deposition of SiC nanowires in C/C composites reinforces the matrix and creates additional conduction paths in the matrix.

Graphical abstract: Simultaneously improving the mechanical strength and electromagnetic interference shielding of carbon/carbon composites by electrophoretic deposition of SiC nanowires
Paper

Efficient red AIEgens based on tetraphenylethene: synthesis, structure, photoluminescence and electroluminescence

Efficient nondoped red OLEDs are achieved based on new red AIEgens.

Graphical abstract: Efficient red AIEgens based on tetraphenylethene: synthesis, structure, photoluminescence and electroluminescence
Paper

High-performance yellow- and orange-emitting diodes based on novel sublimable cationic iridium(III) complexes by ligand control

High-performance yellow and orange luminescence is achieved using novel sublimable cationic iridium(III) complexes with bulky cyclometalated ligands.

Graphical abstract: High-performance yellow- and orange-emitting diodes based on novel sublimable cationic iridium(iii) complexes by ligand control
Paper

TiO2/(BiO)2CO3 nanocomposites for ultraviolet filtration with reduced photocatalytic activity

TiO2 nanoparticles are typically used in sunscreens; however, they have been shown to exhibit cyto- and genotoxicity, which is related to the photocatalytic activity and the subsequent formation of reactive oxygen species when exposed to ultraviolet radiation.

Graphical abstract: TiO2/(BiO)2CO3 nanocomposites for ultraviolet filtration with reduced photocatalytic activity
Paper

Creating and stabilizing Bi NIR-emitting centers in low Bi content materials by topo-chemical reduction and tailoring of the local glass structure

Introducing nitride into a glass network creates and stabilizes Bi NIR-emitting centers, and therefore enhances their emission.

Graphical abstract: Creating and stabilizing Bi NIR-emitting centers in low Bi content materials by topo-chemical reduction and tailoring of the local glass structure
Paper

Elucidating the key role of fluorine in improving the charge mobility of electron acceptors for non-fullerene organic solar cells by multiscale simulations

F–π interactions play a key role in improving the electron mobility of fluorinated electron acceptors for non-fullerene OSCs.

Graphical abstract: Elucidating the key role of fluorine in improving the charge mobility of electron acceptors for non-fullerene organic solar cells by multiscale simulations
Paper

Highly thermal-stable and transparent silver nanowire conductive films via magnetic assisted electrodeposition of Ni

AgNW-Based TCFs derived from the electrodeposition of a metal in a magnetic field show excellent transmittance, conductivity, reliability and thermal stability.

Graphical abstract: Highly thermal-stable and transparent silver nanowire conductive films via magnetic assisted electrodeposition of Ni
Paper

A facile, robust and scalable method for the synthesis of Pd nanoplates with hydroxylamine as a reducing agent and mechanistic insights from kinetic analysis

We report a simple and robust method for the synthesis of Pd nanoplates using hydroxylamine as a reductant and kinetic analysis.

Graphical abstract: A facile, robust and scalable method for the synthesis of Pd nanoplates with hydroxylamine as a reducing agent and mechanistic insights from kinetic analysis
Paper

Stable narrowband red emission in fluorotellurate KTeF5:Mn4+via Mn4+ noncentral-site occupation

Unlike conventional central-site doping, here, we firstly report a stable Mn4+ emission in novel fluorotellurate KTeF5via Mn4+ abnormally equivalent and penta-coordinated octahedral vertical-site occupation.

Graphical abstract: Stable narrowband red emission in fluorotellurate KTeF5:Mn4+via Mn4+ noncentral-site occupation
Paper

Controllable growth of NixCoySe films and the influence of composition on the photovoltaic performance of quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells

Controllable growth of ternary NixCoySe films and the influence of composition on the photovoltaic performance of quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells.

Graphical abstract: Controllable growth of NixCoySe films and the influence of composition on the photovoltaic performance of quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells
Paper

Low resistivity HfNx grown by plasma-assisted ALD with external rf substrate biasing

Application of an external rf substrate bias during the H2 plasma half cycle leads to a significant decrease in film resistivity resulting from a major reduction of O content and an increase in the Hf3+ oxidation state fraction in HfNx thin films

Graphical abstract: Low resistivity HfNx grown by plasma-assisted ALD with external rf substrate biasing
Paper

A beryllium-free deep-UV nonlinear optical material CsNaMgP2O7 with honeycomb-like topological layers

Beryllium-free deep-UV nonlinear optical CsNaMgP2O7 consists of honeycomb-like topological layers, which should be attributable to an enhanced second harmonic generation response.

Graphical abstract: A beryllium-free deep-UV nonlinear optical material CsNaMgP2O7 with honeycomb-like topological layers
Paper

Confining excitation energy of Er3+-sensitized upconversion nanoparticles through introducing various energy trapping centers

Various energy trapping centers are employed to simultaneously suppress concentration quenching and tune luminescence output through efficiently confining the excitation energy in Er3+-sensitized upconversion nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: Confining excitation energy of Er3+-sensitized upconversion nanoparticles through introducing various energy trapping centers
Paper

Structure engineering: extending the length of azaacene derivatives through quinone bridges

A novel quinone bridged large azaacene exhibits an electron mobility of 0.22 cm2 V−1 s−1 through molecular stacking structure engineering.

Graphical abstract: Structure engineering: extending the length of azaacene derivatives through quinone bridges
Paper

Studies of spin related processes in fullerene C60 devices

We have investigated spin related processes in fullerene C60 devices using a several experimental techniques, which include magnetic field effect of photocurrent and electroluminescence in C60-based diodes; spin polarized carrier injection in C60-based spin-valves; and pure spin current generation in NiFe/C60/Pt trilayer devices.

Graphical abstract: Studies of spin related processes in fullerene C60 devices
Paper

Effects of meso-M(PPh3)2Cl (M = Pd, Ni) substituents on the linear and third-order nonlinear optical properties of chalcogenopyrylium-terminated heptamethines in solution and solid states

Pd(PPh3)2Cl groups hinder aggregation and afford promising solid-state NLO properties.

Graphical abstract: Effects of meso-M(PPh3)2Cl (M = Pd, Ni) substituents on the linear and third-order nonlinear optical properties of chalcogenopyrylium-terminated heptamethines in solution and solid states
Paper

Homometallic Ln(III)-complexes from an ILCT ligand with sensitized vis-NIR emission, excitation-dependent PL color tuning and white-light emission

Homometallic Ln(III)-complexes with sensitized vis-NIR emission and excitation-dependent PL color tuning were achieved from an ILCT ligand.

Graphical abstract: Homometallic Ln(iii)-complexes from an ILCT ligand with sensitized vis-NIR emission, excitation-dependent PL color tuning and white-light emission
Paper

Singlet exciton fission in a linear tetracene tetramer

Efficient iSF was achieved within this tetracene tetramer with the triplet state quantum yield as high as 128% and a lifetime >100 μs in solution.

Graphical abstract: Singlet exciton fission in a linear tetracene tetramer
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