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Frontispiece: Harnessing White-Light Luminescence via Tunable Singlet-and Triplet-Derived Emissions Based on Gold(III) Complexes *

Frontispiece: Harnessing White-Light Luminescence via Tunable Singlet-and Triplet-Derived Emissions Based on Gold(III) Complexes *
Michael Bachmann, Koushik Venkatesan, Olivier Blacque
Rainbow from gold: A single-component white-light emitters based on gold(III) complexes with tailored ligand scaffolds through a rational design approach was synthesized. An exquisite control of the ratio between fluorescence and phosphorescence was varied via excitation energy due to hyper-intersystem-crossing to fine tune the chromaticity of the white-light emission with excellent CIE coordinates both in solution and thin films. For more information, see the Communication by K. Venkatesan et al. on page 9451 ff.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201784062

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