The first volume of the ultimate reference on the science and applications of aggregation-induced emission
The Handbook of Aggregation-Induced Emission explores foundational and advanced topics in aggregation-induced emission, as well as cutting-edge developments in the field, celebrating twenty years of progress and achievement in this important and interdisciplinary field. The three volumes combine to offer readers a comprehensive and insightful interpretation accessible to both new and experienced researchers working on aggregation-induced emission.
In this first volume of three, the editors survey the subject of aggregation-induced emission with a focus on the fundamentals of various branches of the discipline, such as crystallization-induced emission, room temperature phosphorescence, aggregation-induced delayed fluorescence, and more. This book covers the new properties of materials endowed by molecular aggregates. It also includes:
A thorough introduction to the mechanistic understanding of the importance of molecular motion to aggregation-induced emission An exploration of the aggregation-induced emission mechanism at the molecular level Practical discussions of aggregation-induced emission from the restriction of double bond rotation at the excited state, and clusterization-triggered emission Perfect for academic researchers working on aggregation-induced emission, this set of volumes is also ideal for professionals and students in the fields of photophysics, photochemistry, materials science, optoelectronic materials, synthetic organic chemistry, macromolecular chemistry, polymer science, and biological sciences.