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Boron complexes of glyoxal-derived Ugi adducts as a new class of aggregation-induced emission photoluminescent materials

(2017) CHEMISTRY-AN ASIAN JOURNAL. 12(8). p.825-829
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A series of O,O-chelated boron complexes was prepared through a four-component Ugi reaction followed by complexation of the resulting 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds with boron trifluoride diethyl etherate. The optical properties of these novel luminophores were investigated by UV/Vis spectroscopy and spectrofluorometry, revealing pronounced aggregation-induced emission (AIE) features.
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aggregation-induced emission, boron complexes, chelates, multicomponent reactions, photoluminescence, RESTRICTED INTRAMOLECULAR ROTATION, SOLID-STATE LUMINESCENCE, MECHANOCHROMIC LUMINESCENCE, ORGANOBORON COMPLEXES, PASSERINI REACTIONS, LIGHT-EMISSION, FLUORESCENCE, KETOIMINATE, AIE, TRANSFORMATIONS

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Wei, Huiping, Gaigai Wang, Yingchun Wang, et al. “Boron Complexes of Glyoxal-derived Ugi Adducts as a New Class of Aggregation-induced Emission Photoluminescent Materials.” CHEMISTRY-AN ASIAN JOURNAL 12.8 (2017): 825–829. Print.
APA
Wei, Huiping, Wang, G., Wang, Y., Li, B., Huang, J., Kashtanov, S., Van Hecke, K., et al. (2017). Boron complexes of glyoxal-derived Ugi adducts as a new class of aggregation-induced emission photoluminescent materials. CHEMISTRY-AN ASIAN JOURNAL, 12(8), 825–829.
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Wei, Huiping, Gaigai Wang, Yingchun Wang, Binbin Li, Jianjun Huang, Stepan Kashtanov, Kristof Van Hecke, Olga P Pereshivko, and Vsevolod A Peshkov. 2017. “Boron Complexes of Glyoxal-derived Ugi Adducts as a New Class of Aggregation-induced Emission Photoluminescent Materials.” Chemistry-an Asian Journal 12 (8): 825–829.
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Wei, Huiping, Gaigai Wang, Yingchun Wang, Binbin Li, Jianjun Huang, Stepan Kashtanov, Kristof Van Hecke, Olga P Pereshivko, and Vsevolod A Peshkov. 2017. “Boron Complexes of Glyoxal-derived Ugi Adducts as a New Class of Aggregation-induced Emission Photoluminescent Materials.” Chemistry-an Asian Journal 12 (8): 825–829.
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Wei H, Wang G, Wang Y, Li B, Huang J, Kashtanov S, et al. Boron complexes of glyoxal-derived Ugi adducts as a new class of aggregation-induced emission photoluminescent materials. CHEMISTRY-AN ASIAN JOURNAL. 2017;12(8):825–9.
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H. Wei et al., “Boron complexes of glyoxal-derived Ugi adducts as a new class of aggregation-induced emission photoluminescent materials,” CHEMISTRY-AN ASIAN JOURNAL, vol. 12, no. 8, pp. 825–829, 2017.
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  abstract     = {A series of O,O-chelated boron complexes was prepared through a four-component Ugi reaction followed by complexation of the resulting 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds with boron trifluoride diethyl etherate. The optical properties of these novel luminophores were investigated by UV/Vis spectroscopy and spectrofluorometry, revealing pronounced aggregation-induced emission (AIE) features.},
  author       = {Wei, Huiping and Wang, Gaigai and Wang, Yingchun and Li, Binbin and Huang, Jianjun and Kashtanov, Stepan and Van Hecke, Kristof and Pereshivko, Olga P and Peshkov, Vsevolod A},
  issn         = {1861-4728},
  journal      = {CHEMISTRY-AN ASIAN JOURNAL},
  keywords     = {aggregation-induced emission,boron complexes,chelates,multicomponent reactions,photoluminescence,RESTRICTED INTRAMOLECULAR ROTATION,SOLID-STATE LUMINESCENCE,MECHANOCHROMIC LUMINESCENCE,ORGANOBORON COMPLEXES,PASSERINI REACTIONS,LIGHT-EMISSION,FLUORESCENCE,KETOIMINATE,AIE,TRANSFORMATIONS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {825--829},
  title        = {Boron complexes of glyoxal-derived Ugi adducts as a new class of aggregation-induced emission photoluminescent materials},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/asia.201700051},
  volume       = {12},
  year         = {2017},
}

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