Towards unimolecular luminescent solar concentrators : bodipy-based dendritic energy-transfer cascade with panchromatic absorption and monochromatized emission
Bozdemir, O. A.
Ekiz, O. O.
Akkaya, E. U.
Angewandte Chemie - International Edition
0044-8249 (print)1521-3757 (online)
10907 - 10912
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A polymer-embedded dendritic, bodipy-based panchromatic absorber with a built-in energy gradient concentrates incident solar radiation at a terminal chromophore, resulting in a monochromatized emission directed to the sides of the polymer waveguide (see picture). This particular design minimizes self-absorption losses from the peripheral antenna units with an impressive S factor of 10 000.
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