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AbstractSilacyclopentadienes (siloles) are currently of great interest because of their intriguing aggregation-induced emission (AIE) characteristics. In this work, abnormally AIE phenomena were observed from silyl- and hydrogen-substituted siloles respectively. We propose silyl-substituent and hydrogen atom effects to explain this via both experiments and theoretical calculations. It was discovered that trimethylsilyl substituents destroyed the p-interactions with the silole core and resulteddoi:10.1515/mgmc-2020-0015 fatcat:s57c4kislfbu5ak5fmjm4mxzii