Photonics - Research Activities - Luminescent Materials

Nicola Armaroli, Elisa Bandini, Andrea Barbieri, Ilse Manet, Filippo Monti, Barbara Ventura

We synthesize and characterize the optical properties of luminescent materials such as organic molecules, polymers, transition metal complexes, MOFs and organic crystals both in solution and in the solid state. These materials are typically used in electroluminescent devices and fluorescent sensors.

Recent papers

      • B. Ventura, Y. M. Poronik, I. Deperasińska, D. T. Gryko "How a Small Structural Difference Can Turn Optical Properties of p-Extended Coumarins Upside Down: The Role of Non-Innocent Saturated Rings" Chem. Eur. J. 2016, 22, 15380-15388
      • Monti, F., La Placa, M. G. I., Armaroli, N., Scopelliti, R., Grätzel, M., Nazeeruddin, M. K., & Kessler, F. “Cationic Iridium(III) Complexes with Two Carbene-Based Cyclometalating Ligands: Cis Versus Trans Isomers.” Inorganic Chemistry, 2015, 54(6), 3031–3042B
      • Kremer, C. Aurisicchio, F. De Leo, B. Ventura, J. Wouters, N. Armaroli, A. Barbieri, D. Bonifazi “Walking Down the Chalcogenic Group of the Periodic Table: From Singlet to Triplet Organic Emitters” Chem. Eur. J. 2015, 21, 15377-15387
      • S. d’Agostino, F. Grepioni, D. Braga, B. Ventura “Tipping the Balance with the Aid of Stoichiometry: Room Temperature Phosphorescence versus Fluorescence in Organic Cocrystals” Cryst. Growth Des. 2015, 15, 2039-2045

Collaborations

Daniel T. Gryko (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland), Fabrizia Grepioni (University of Bologna, Italy), Lucia Maini (University of Bologna, Italy), Mauro Freccero (University of Pavia, Italy), Letizia Sambri (University of Bologna, Italy)