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Title: Soluble and Stable Near-Infrared Dyes Based on Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds
Keywords: NIR dyes, perylene, porphyrin, BODIPY, solar cells
Issue Date: 5-Aug-2011
Citation: JIAO CHONGJUN (2011-08-05). Soluble and Stable Near-Infrared Dyes Based on Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this dissertation, polycyclic aromatic compounds (perylene, porphyrin and BODIPY units) have been utilized and two strategies (?push-pull?, core extension) have been adopted to synthesize numerous p-extended molecules with varied physical and optical properties. All the new compounds synthesized in this thesis were structurally verified by different spectroscopic methods. Throughout the research work, solubility and stability problems have been resolved for theses highly conjugated systems after state-of-art design and modifications. The fundamental structure-property relationships were systematically investigated and experimental experiences were accumulated. Furthermore, preliminary examination of applications of our NIR dyes was conducted, which may pave the way for a broad range of applications in future. Therefore, it is inevitable that more and more soluble and stable NIR dyes based on polycyclic aromatic compounds will be synthesized in our group in the future and these newly developed compounds will play important roles in materials science, including solar cells, bio-imaging, sensor, and so on.
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