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Assembling photoluminescent tri(8-quinolinolato)aluminum into periodic mesoporous organosilicas

Mesostructured and mesoporous materials are emerging as a new class of optical materials. However, their synthesis is nontrivial. In this work, periodic mesostructured metal complex-containing silicas of MCM- and SBA-type bearing homogeneously distributed photoluminescent tri(8-quinolinolato)aluminu... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of colloid and interface science 2013, Vol.411, pp.138-144
Main Author: Yang , Ying
Other Authors: Zhang , Xin , Kan , Qiubin
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Language: English
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Quelle: AGRIS (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations)
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title: Assembling photoluminescent tri(8-quinolinolato)aluminum into periodic mesoporous organosilicas
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  • Kan , Qiubin
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  • Surface Area
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description: Mesostructured and mesoporous materials are emerging as a new class of optical materials. However, their synthesis is nontrivial. In this work, periodic mesostructured metal complex-containing silicas of MCM- and SBA-type bearing homogeneously distributed photoluminescent tri(8-quinolinolato)aluminum inside the channel walls (denoted as Alq₃@PMO-MCM and Alq₃@PMO-SBA, respectively) have been achieved via one-pot co-assembling of inorganic/surfactant/optically active species. A comprehensive multianalytical characterization of the structural and optical properties demonstrates that both Alq₃@PMO-MCM and Alq₃@PMO-SBA series gainfully combine the photoluminescent properties of Alq₃ with the porous features of PMOs. Regularly arranged pores provide high surface area to disperse optically active components well and render Alq₃-containing PMOs promising materials for optoelectronic applications. ; p. 138-144.
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abstractMesostructured and mesoporous materials are emerging as a new class of optical materials. However, their synthesis is nontrivial. In this work, periodic mesostructured metal complex-containing silicas of MCM- and SBA-type bearing homogeneously distributed photoluminescent tri(8-quinolinolato)aluminum inside the channel walls (denoted as Alq₃@PMO-MCM and Alq₃@PMO-SBA, respectively) have been achieved via one-pot co-assembling of inorganic/surfactant/optically active species. A comprehensive multianalytical characterization of the structural and optical properties demonstrates that both Alq₃@PMO-MCM and Alq₃@PMO-SBA series gainfully combine the photoluminescent properties of Alq₃ with the porous features of PMOs. Regularly arranged pores provide high surface area to disperse optically active components well and render Alq₃-containing PMOs promising materials for optoelectronic applications.
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