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Investigation of structure-spectroscopy-function relationship of twodimensional J-aggregates of tetrachlorobenzimidazolorcarbocyanine preferentially oriented in poly-vinly-alcohol thin films
The structure–spectroscopy–function relationship of 1,1 0 ,3,3 0 -tetraethyl-5,5 0 ,6,6 0 -tetrachlorobenzimidazolocarbocyanine (TTBC) aggregates is studied using a combination of experimental and theoretical ...
Absorption spectrum of monomeric pseudoisocyanine: A new perspective and its implications for formation and spectral response of J-aggregates in solution and in thin films
We argued against the current spectral assignment for absorption spectrum of monomeric PIC which is widely accepted since the pioneering works of Scheibe and Jelley [G. Scheibe, Angew. Chem. 49 (1936) 563; E.E. Jelly, ...
Polarized absorption spectra of highly oriented two-dimensional aggregates of tetrachlorobenzimidazolocarbocyanine in thin films
Reaching a control on the mesoscopic morphology and internal molecular arrangement of cyanine aggregates is an important step for realization of devices with tailor-made optical properties. Despite a wealth of research, ...