The initial attempt to reveal the emission processes of both mechanoluminescence and room temperature phosphorescence with the aid of circular dichroism in solid state

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Tian, Yu
Yang, Xuekang
Gong, Yanbin
Wang, Yunsheng
Fang, Manman
Yang, Jie
Tang, Zhiyong
Li, Zhen
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2021
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A phenothiazine derivative PtzChol containing non-conjugated chiral cholesterol group was designed and synthesized. By analyzing the single crystal structure of PtzChol carefully, coupled with the circular dichroism (CD) signals before and after grinding, it was found that the introduction of cholesterol produced a positive effect on the production of chiral space group, on mechanoluminescence (ML) and room temperature phosphorescence (RTP), and throughout the entire light-emitting process, the CD signal could well reflect the changes of molecular arrangement.

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Science China Chemistry
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64
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3
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Chemical sciences
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Chemistry, Multidisciplinary
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mechanoluminescence
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Tian, Y; Yang, X; Gong, Y; Wang, Y; Fang, M; Yang, J; Tang, Z; Li, Z, The initial attempt to reveal the emission processes of both mechanoluminescence and room temperature phosphorescence with the aid of circular dichroism in solid state, Science China Chemistry, 2021, 64 (3), pp. 445-451
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