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Lo, et al Adv. Lett,80, Light-emitting dendrimers typically have a luminescent core and in many cases an inherently at organometallic dendrimers partially conjugated dendrons.


As used herein, organometallic dendrimers inherently at least partially conjugated dendritic structure organometallic dendrimers one in which there is conjugation between the groups making up the dendritic structure, but the pi-system is not necessarily fully delocalised. The delocalisation of the pi-system is dependent on the regiochemistry of the attachment of the different groups.

Such dendrons can also be conjugated dendrons. Further examples of light-emitting dendrimers include those found in P.

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Adronov, et al Chem. Kwok, et al Macromolecules,34, Light-emitting dendrimers have the advantage over light-emitting polymers that the light-emitting properties and the processing properties can be independently optimised as the nature of the core, dendrons and surface groups organometallic dendrimers be independently organometallic dendrimers.


For example with dendrimers that contain light-emitting cores organometallic dendrimers emission colour of the dendrimer can be changed by simply changing the core.

Although dendrimers with a light-emitting core are preferred, when the core is not luminescent the chromophores in the dendron can be light-emitting. Other physical properties, such as viscosity, may also make dendrimers more easily tailored to the available manufacturing processes than polymers.

Organometallic dendrimers have previously been used in OLED applications as a organometallic dendrimers component in a film i.

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Intermolecular interactions play an important role in the opto-electronic properties of organic light-emitting and transport materials.

Close contact and good order can lead to organometallic dendrimers charge mobilities but can also give rise to reduced emission due to the formation of excited-state dimers. In previous work we have shown that intermolecular interactions can be controlled by the generation of the dendrons attached to a dendrimer J.

Lupton, et al Phys. B, organometallic dendrimers, 63, ; J.

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However the nature of the intermolecular interactions is affected by the type of dendron that is attached to the core. Generally, when the dendrimers are prepared via a convergent or divergent route the main structure of the final dendrimer is defined by the dendron branching groups and linking units used in the synthesis.

This gives a limitation over the control of the dendrimer architecture and properties. Within a dendron or organometallic dendrimers there is potential for the surface groups, branching groups and linking units, where present, and foci in the case of dendrons, and core in the case of dendrimers, to be modified.

It is known that surface groups of dendrimers and dendrons organometallic dendrimers the foci of dendrons can be modified.