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CMP Research Highlight
Latest insights into developments in the thermally-activated delayed fluorescence field by researchers in OEM
In this review paper Paloma Lays dos Santos, Marc Etherington and Andy Monkman describe how thermally-activated delayed fluorescence can be tuned and controlled by chemical and conformational means; paving the way to new design principles.
(26 Apr 2018) » More about New review paper by OEM group
Centre for Materials Physics
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- Woon, Kai Lin, Yi, Chih-Lun, Pan, Kuan-Chung, Etherington, Marc K., Wu, Chung-Chih, Wong, Ken-Tsung & Monkman, Andrew P. (2019). Intramolecular Dimerization Quenching of Delayed Emission in Asymmetric D-D’-A TADF Emitters. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C
- Klein, Andreas K., Basden, Alastair, Hammler, Jonathan, Tyas, Luke, Cooke, Michael, Balocco, Claudio, Zeze, Dagou, Girkin, John M. & Gallant, Andrew (2019). Scattering of spoof surface plasmon polaritons in defect-rich THz waveguides. Scientific Reports 9(1): 6288.
- Badziak, Marcin, Olechowski, Marek, Pokorski, Stefan & Sakurai, Kazuki (2016). Interpreting 750 GeV diphoton excess in plain NMSSM. Physics Letters B 760: 228-235.
- Huddart, Benjamin, Birch, Max T, Pratt, Francis, Blundell, Stephen, Porter, Dan G, Clark, Stewart J, Wu, Wenlong, Julian, Stephen R, Hatton, Peter & Lancaster, Tom (2019). Local magnetism, magnetic order and spin freezing in the "nonmetallic metal" FeCrAs. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 31(28): 285803.
- Etherington, Marc K., Kukhta, Nadzeya A., Higginbotham, Heather F., Danos, Andrew, Bismillah, Aisha N., Graves, David R., McGonigal, Paul R., Haase, Nils, Morherr, Antonia, Batsanov, Andrei S., Pflumm, Christof, Bhalla, Vandana, Bryce, Martin R. & Monkman, Andrew P. (2019). Persistent Dimer Emission in Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence Materials. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 123(17): 11109-11117.