Photoluminescent crystals and their corresponding wavelengths of emitted light

27 Feb 2017
The Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit produced a compound whose photoluminescence could be modified based on the size of the substituents added to the molecule. Crystals on the far left of the spectrum have the largest substituents, while crystals on the far right have the smallest.

The Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit produced a compound whose photoluminescence could be modified based on the size of the substituents added to the molecule. Crystals on the far left of the spectrum have the largest substituents, while crystals on the far right have the smallest.

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