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Issue 84, 2013

Flexible electrofluorochromic devices with the highest contrast ratio based on aggregation-enhanced emission (AEE)-active cyanotriphenylamine-based polymers

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Abstract

Flexible electrofluorochromic devices were prepared from two electrochromic and AEE-active (AEE: aggregation-enhanced emission) cyanoarylamine-containing high-performance polymers, exhibiting the highest contrast ratio (If/If0) of 151.9 at a low working potential.

Graphical abstract: Flexible electrofluorochromic devices with the highest contrast ratio based on aggregation-enhanced emission (AEE)-active cyanotriphenylamine-based polymers

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Submitted
31 Jul 2013
Accepted
23 Aug 2013
First published
23 Aug 2013

Chem. Commun., 2013,49, 9797-9799
Article type
Communication

Flexible electrofluorochromic devices with the highest contrast ratio based on aggregation-enhanced emission (AEE)-active cyanotriphenylamine-based polymers

H. Yen and G. Liou, Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 9797 DOI: 10.1039/C3CC45838E

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