Special Issue "Organic and Inorganic Luminescent Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 July 2024 | Viewed by 6345
Interests: rare earth complexes; organic light-emitting diodes; carbon dots; luminescent mechanisms; energy transfer; carriers trapping
Interests: physical chemistry; organic optoelectronic materials; fluorescence properties; room-temperature phosphorescence; excited-state dynamics; nonlinear optics
Organic and inorganic luminescent materials have captured intensive attention all over the word due to their wide application scope (e.g., display, lighting, biological detection and environmental monitoring). Meanwhile, basic investigations on organic and inorganic luminescent materials have been developing in recent years. For example, based on the developments of organic luminescent materials, OLEDs have been successfully commercialized and honored as the most promising candidates for next-generation display and lighting technology due to their high image quality, auto-emission, ﬂexibility and other merits. Recently, carbon dots, perovskite, aggregation-induced emission (AIE)-type emitters and thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF)-type emitters as well as their applications have been significantly developed.
In order to further showcase the latest advances in organic and inorganic luminescent materials, we have organized this Special Issue titled “Organic and Inorganic Luminescent Materials” to collect recent advances in the field of organic and inorganic luminescent materials, including novel luminescent materials, luminescent devices, luminescent mechanisms and other applications of organic and inorganic luminescent materials, among other relevant topics. This Research Topic welcomes original research, review, and perspective articles covering topics including, but not limited to, the following aspects:
1. Progress of organic and inorganic luminescent materials.
2. Molecular design of organic and inorganic luminescent materials.
3. Progress of the application of organic and inorganic luminescent materials.
4. Luminescent mechanisms and processes of luminescent materials and devices.
Prof. Dr. Liang Zhou
Dr. Xue-Li Hao
Dr. Weiqiang Liu
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- luminescent materials
- molecular design
- luminescent mechanisms and processes
- luminescent devices