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Electrofluorochromism in π-conjugated ionic liquid crystals
Materials in which photoluminescence is modulated by redox processes are known as electrofluorochromic. Intrinsically switchable fluorophores, incorporating both redox and fluorescent moieties, could be ideal electrofluorochromic materials if they possess high fluorescence quantum yields in at least one of their redox states. Fluorescent liquid crystals with redox active centres could combine the above requirements with the advantage to work in bulk anisotropic phases. However,doi:10.1038/ncomms4105 pmid:24445388 fatcat:gjcndm55t5hj3o5qetzkvfvxpy