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Perspective: Optical spectroscopy in π-conjugated polymers and how it can be used to determine multiscale polymer structures
Journal of Chemical Physics
Exciton delocalization in conjugated polymer systems is determined by polymer conformations and packing. Since exciton delocalization determines the photoluminescent vibronic progression, optical spectroscopy provides an indirect link to polymer multiscale structures. This perspective describes our current theoretical understanding of how exciton delocalization in π-conjugated polymers determines their optical spectroscopy and further shows how exciton delocalization is related todoi:10.1063/1.4979495 pmid:28390390 fatcat:brhjzyis3rhylkh3we2axqppae