Design and Development of Aggregation-Induced Emission based Probes
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Traditional organic fluorescent materials have a planar structure, in the dilute solution state, they have strong emission but show weak or no emission at a higher concentration, aggregated and in the solid-state. Decreasing fluorescence due to higher concentration is called concentration quenching (CQ), and this phenomenon is also referred to as aggregation-caused quenching (ACQ). Mostly, all traditional organic compounds have suffered from the notorious ACQ effect.
Supervisor: Iyer, P. K.
Aggregation-induced emission (AIE), π-π stacking, Fluorescence-based Sensing Probes, Cell Imaging, Wash Free Bacteria, Fungus Imaging