Isopinocampheyl-based: C-BODIPYs: A model strategy to construct cost-effective boron-chelate emitters of circularly polarized light
Organic Chemistry Frontiers
Efficient circularly polarized luminescence (CPL) brightness from 4,4-diisopinocampheylBODIPY is detected for the first time. This finding demonstrates the workability of a new design, based on using chiral-pool derived chloro(diisopinocampheyl)borane, to construct low-cost CPL-Active boron chelates, paving the way towards the development of sought cheaper organic emitters of circularly polarized light.
Comunidad de Madrid
Josue Jimenez, Florencio Moreno, Teresa Arbeloa, Trevor A. Cabreros, Gilles Muller, Jorge Bañuelos, Inmaculada Garcia-Moreno, Beatriz L. Maroto, and Santiago De La Moya. "Isopinocampheyl-based: C-BODIPYs: A model strategy to construct cost-effective boron-chelate emitters of circularly polarized light" Organic Chemistry Frontiers (2021): 4752-4757. https://doi.org/10.1039/d1qo00717c