Anti-Kasha behavior has been the subject of intense debate in the last few years, as demonstrated by the high number of papers appearing in the literature on this topic, dealing with both mechanistic and applicative aspects of this phenomenon. Examples of anomalous emitters reported in the last 10 years are collected in the present review, which is focused on strictly anti-Kasha organic molecules displaying radiative deactivation from S-n and/or T-n, with n greater than 1.

Prompt and Long-Lived Anti-Kasha Emission from Organic Dyes / D. Malpicci, E. Lucenti, C. Giannini, A. Forni, C. Botta, E. Cariati. - In: MOLECULES. - ISSN 1420-3049. - 26:22(2021 Nov 19), pp. 6999.1-6999.45. [10.3390/molecules26226999]

Prompt and Long-Lived Anti-Kasha Emission from Organic Dyes

D. Malpicci
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E. Lucenti
Secondo
;
C. Giannini;E. Cariati
Ultimo
2021

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Anti-Kasha behavior has been the subject of intense debate in the last few years, as demonstrated by the high number of papers appearing in the literature on this topic, dealing with both mechanistic and applicative aspects of this phenomenon. Examples of anomalous emitters reported in the last 10 years are collected in the present review, which is focused on strictly anti-Kasha organic molecules displaying radiative deactivation from S-n and/or T-n, with n greater than 1.
anti-Kasha fluorescence; anti-Kasha phosphorescence; organic dyes;
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Settore CHIM/02 - Chimica Fisica
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