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Configuration-independent AIE-active supramolecular polymers of cyanostilbene through the photo-stable host-guest interaction of pillar[5] arene


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First Author:Dhinakaran, Manivannan Kalavathi

Correspondence Author:Gong, WT (reprint author), Dalian Univ Technol, Sch Chem Engn, State Key Lab Fine Chem, Dalian 610023, Peoples R China.

Co-author:Gong, Weitao,Yin, Yue,Wajahat, Ali,Kuang, Xiaojun,Wang, Leyong,Ning, Guiling

Date of Publication:2017-09-21


Included Journals:Scopus、SCIE、EI



Page Number:5295-5302

ISSN No.:1759-9954

Abstract:Supramolecular polymerization-enabled, configuration-independent aggregation-induced emission (AIE) systems of cyanostilbene were achieved through host-guest interactions between pillar[ 5] arene and nitrile triazole guests. Interestingly, host, control and control-guest lost its AIE upon photoisomerization due to the absence of host-guest interaction. H-1 NMR, DOSY NMR and fluorescence studies of the supramolecular polymers before and after UV irradiation clearly indicated the significant role of photo-stable host-guest interaction in enhancing and retaining AIE.

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