The discovery of aggregation-induced electrochemiluminescence (AIECL) in 2017 opened new research paths in the quest for novel, more efficient emitters and platforms for biological and environmental sensing applications. The great abundance of fluorophores presenting aggregation-induced emission in aqueous media renders AIECL a potentially powerful tool for future diagnostics. In the short time following this discovery, many scientists have found the phenomenon interesting, with research findings contributing to advances in the comprehension of the processes involved and in attempts to design new sensing platforms. Herein, we explore these advances and reflect on the future directions to take for the development of sensing devices based on AIECL. Graphic abstract: [Figure not available: see fulltext.].

Aggregation-Induced Emission in Electrochemiluminescence: Advances and Perspectives / G. Moreno-Alcantar, A. Aliprandi, L. De Cola. - In: TOPICS IN CURRENT CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 2365-0869. - 379:4(2021 Aug), pp. 31.1-31.26. [10.1007/s41061-021-00343-9]

Aggregation-Induced Emission in Electrochemiluminescence: Advances and Perspectives

De Cola L.
2021-08

Abstract

The discovery of aggregation-induced electrochemiluminescence (AIECL) in 2017 opened new research paths in the quest for novel, more efficient emitters and platforms for biological and environmental sensing applications. The great abundance of fluorophores presenting aggregation-induced emission in aqueous media renders AIECL a potentially powerful tool for future diagnostics. In the short time following this discovery, many scientists have found the phenomenon interesting, with research findings contributing to advances in the comprehension of the processes involved and in attempts to design new sensing platforms. Herein, we explore these advances and reflect on the future directions to take for the development of sensing devices based on AIECL. Graphic abstract: [Figure not available: see fulltext.].
Aggregation-induced electrochemiluminescence; Electrochemistry; Enhanced emission; Photophysics; Sensing
Settore CHIM/02 - Chimica Fisica
19-giu-2021
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