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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Elsevier
Source : Chemical physics letters, Elsevier, Volume 406, Number 4, p.420–424 (2005)
Campus : Coimbatore
School : Center for Industrial Research and Innovation
Center : Center for Industrial Research and Innovation (ACIRI)
Department : Nanosciences
Year : 2005
Abstract : This Letter reports a new method (refluxed) along with the conventional sonication method for preparation of nanoparticles of well-known electron acceptor 9-cyanoanthracene (9CNA). The photophysical properties of the nanostructured 9CNA, prepared from both the methods were investigated by steady-state and time resolved spectroscopic techniques. Nanoclusters, made from the refluxed method, are mostly one-dimensional wire-like structure whereas in the sonication method formations of both one and three-dimensional nanocluster of 9CNA were confirmed from TEM investigation. Irradiation of both the 9CNA nano dispersions results in formations of both the delocalized π-electronic (polaron–exciton) and the locally excited states.
Cite this Research Publication : S. K. Pal, Sudip Kumar Batabyal, and Ganguly, T., “Preparation and photophysical properties of nanostructured 9-cyanoanthracene”, Chemical physics letters, vol. 406, pp. 420–424, 2005.