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|Title:||Green-blue photoluminescence from a novel silicon-containing alternating copolymer|
|Authors:||Chen, Z.-K. |
|Citation:||Chen, Z.-K.,Lai, Y.-H.,Chan, H.S.-O.,Ng, S.-C.,Huang, W. (1999). Green-blue photoluminescence from a novel silicon-containing alternating copolymer. Chemistry Letters (6) : 477-478. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||A novel silicon-containing copolymer with an alternating structure, poly[(5-decyldimethylsilyl-1,3-phenylenevinylene)-alt-(2,5-didodecyloxy-1,4-phen ylenevinylene)], is synthesized through the Wittig reaction. The polymer is a promising green-blue emissive material for light-emitting device application due to its good solubility, high thermal stability, and intense photoluminescence.|
|Source Title:||Chemistry Letters|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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