namely polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, have been the first molecules investigated since the beginning of ECL studies. Moving from organic solvents to water-based solutions in view of analytical applications, the attention on ECL emitters shifted to soluble inorganic complexes, which prevailed in both fundamental and applied research. However, the investigation of organic molecules has recently revived owing to new synthetic procedures and concepts. Polymeric nanoparticles, and thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) sparked the research with renovated interest for organic molecules. Here, we introduce and summarise these new concepts behind organic emitters for ECL.

Andrea Fiorani, Marinella Difonzo, Fabio Rizzo, Giovanni Valenti (2022). Versatile electrochemiluminescent organic emitters. CURRENT OPINION IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY, 34, 1-8 [10.1016/j.coelec.2022.100998].

Versatile electrochemiluminescent organic emitters

Andrea Fiorani;Marinella Difonzo;Fabio Rizzo;Giovanni Valenti
2022

Abstract

namely polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, have been the first molecules investigated since the beginning of ECL studies. Moving from organic solvents to water-based solutions in view of analytical applications, the attention on ECL emitters shifted to soluble inorganic complexes, which prevailed in both fundamental and applied research. However, the investigation of organic molecules has recently revived owing to new synthetic procedures and concepts. Polymeric nanoparticles, and thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) sparked the research with renovated interest for organic molecules. Here, we introduce and summarise these new concepts behind organic emitters for ECL.
2022
Andrea Fiorani, Marinella Difonzo, Fabio Rizzo, Giovanni Valenti (2022). Versatile electrochemiluminescent organic emitters. CURRENT OPINION IN ELECTROCHEMISTRY, 34, 1-8 [10.1016/j.coelec.2022.100998].
Andrea Fiorani; Marinella Difonzo; Fabio Rizzo; Giovanni Valenti
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