Handbook of Aggregation-Induced Emission, Volume 1


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<p><b>The&nbsp;first&nbsp;volume of the ultimate reference on the science and applications of aggregation-induced emission&nbsp;</b></p> <p><i>The&nbsp;Handbook of Aggregation-Induced Emission</i>&nbsp;explores foundational and advanced topics in aggregation-induced emission, as well as cutting-edge developments in the field,&nbsp;celebrating&nbsp;twenty years of progress and achievement in this important and interdisciplinary field.&nbsp;The three volumes combine to offer readers a comprehensive and insightful interpretation accessible to both new and experienced&nbsp;researchers&nbsp;working on&nbsp;aggregation-induced emission.&nbsp;</p> <p>In this&nbsp;first volume of three, the&nbsp;editors&nbsp;survey&nbsp;the subject&nbsp;of&nbsp;&nbsp;aggregation-induced emission&nbsp;with a&nbsp;focus on the fundamentals of various branches of the discipline, such as&nbsp;crystallization-induced emission,&nbsp;room temperature phosphorescence,&nbsp;aggregation-induced delayed fluorescence, and more.&nbsp;This&nbsp;book covers&nbsp;the new properties of materials endowed by molecular aggregates. It also includes:&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>A thorough introduction to&nbsp;the mechanistic understanding of the importance of molecular motion to aggregation-induced emission&nbsp;</li> <li>An exploration of&nbsp;the&nbsp;aggregation-induced emission mechanism at the molecular level&nbsp;</li> <li>Practical discussions of aggregation-induced&nbsp;emission from the restriction of double bond rotation at the excited state,&nbsp;and&nbsp;clusterization-triggered emission&nbsp;</li> </ul> <p>Perfect for academic researchers working on aggregation-induced emission, this set of volumes is also ideal for professionals and students&nbsp;in the fields of&nbsp;photophysics, photochemistry, materials science, optoelectronic materials, synthetic organic chemistry, macromolecular chemistry, polymer science,&nbsp;and biological sciences.&nbsp;</p>