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Frontispiece: Selective Dual-Channel Imaging on Cyanostyryl-Modified Azulene Systems with Unimolecularly Tunable Visible–Near Infrared Luminescence

Frontispiece: Selective Dual-Channel Imaging on Cyanostyryl-Modified Azulene Systems with Unimolecularly Tunable Visible–Near Infrared Luminescence
Xin Li, Liangliang Zhu, Lin Yu, Yunyun Zhou, Yaping Zhuang, Hans Ågren, Jiandong Ding
Development of a novel and superior photofunctional molecules remains a vibrant topic and continually attracts interests of modern chemists. A cyanostyryl-modified azulene system with in situ stimuli response and tunable photophysical behavior has been designed and constructed. This controllable dual-pathway luminescent system can realize the tunable Vis–NIR emission on a unimolecular entity, and can be used for selective dual-channel cell imaging and other multi-mode light-emission analysis. For more details, see the Communication by L. Zhu et al. on page 7642 ff.

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

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201783262

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