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|Title:||Cationic phenyl-substituted poly(p-phenylenevinylene) related copolymers with efficient photoluminescence and synthetically tunable emissive colors|
|Keywords:||Cationic conjugated polymer|
|Citation:||Fan, Q.-L., Zhang, G.-W., Lu, X.-M., Chen, Y., Huang, Y.-Q., Zhou, Y., Chan, H.S.O., Lai, Y.-H., Xu, G.-Q., Huang, W. (2005-11-21). Cationic phenyl-substituted poly(p-phenylenevinylene) related copolymers with efficient photoluminescence and synthetically tunable emissive colors. Polymer 46 (24) : 11165-11173. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polymer.2005.08.066|
|Abstract:||A series of amino-functionalized phenyl-substituted poly(p- phenylenevinylene) (PPV) related copolymers were synthesized by Wittig reaction. Their corresponding cationic conjugated polymers were successfully obtained via a post-polymerization approach. On the basis of FT-IR and 1H NMR spectra, it was found that phenyl-substituted PPV related copolymers containing alkoxylated benzene (neutral polymer P1 and quaternized polymer P1′), phenylated benzene (neutral polymer P2 and quaternized polymer P2′) and fluorene (neutral polymer P3 and quaternized polymer P3′) moieties are of 55, 80, and 45% cis-vinylic linkage respectively while the polymer containing thiophene moiety (neutral polymer P4 and quaternized polymer P4′) is primarily of trans-vinylic linkage. Their photoluminescence (PL) were conveniently tuned from blue color to yellow color by introducing units with different optoelectronic properties into the PPV backbones. The polymer with fluorene unit and bulky phenylene-substituted benzene unit in the backbone exhibited the highest PL efficiency among these neutral and quaternized PPVs. P4′ containing little cis-vinylic linkage showed complete quenching while P1′-P3′ containing much more cis-vinylic linkage showed incomplete quenching, indicating that the quenching behavior of these cationic PPVs may be highly influenced by the content of cis-vinylic linkage in the PPV backbones. © 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
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