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Issue 4, 2011
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Chemiluminescence-based uphill energy conversion

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Abstract

The conversion of red excitation light into blue emission light (uphill energy conversion) using unstable 1,2-dioxetanes is described. The method is based on 1,2-dioxetane formation by red-light sensitized photooxygenation of adequate alkenes and subsequent blue-light emission due to thermal 1,2-dioxetane cleavage. The energy gain resulting from the chemical energy obtained in the transformation of an alkene into two carbonyl compounds transforms a red-light excitation laser beam into a blue-light chemiluminescence emission, producing thereby a formal anti-Stokes shift of 200–250 nm, opening up a whole spectrum of possible applications.

Graphical abstract: Chemiluminescence-based uphill energy conversion

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The article was received on 29 Oct 2010, accepted on 10 Jan 2011 and first published on 31 Jan 2011


Article type: Letter
DOI: 10.1039/C0NJ00843E
New J. Chem., 2011,35, 773-775

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    Chemiluminescence-based uphill energy conversion

    L. F. M. L. Ciscato, D. Weiss, R. Beckert, E. L. Bastos, F. H. Bartoloni and W. J. Baader, New J. Chem., 2011, 35, 773
    DOI: 10.1039/C0NJ00843E

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