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Conducting triarylamine supramolecular polymers : from electronics to plasmonics

Abstract : In this work, supramolecular chemistry is used to create self-assembled triarylamine polymers displaying novel self-assembly, conduction, and plasmonic properties. Two classes of self-assembled triarylamine polymers are described in detail, including their self-assembly properties, stacking structure, as well as electrochemical behavior. Additionally, the application of these materials towards organic solar cells and molecular spintronics is examined. Finally, the ability of these fibers to be used in plasmonic applications is detailed, wherein the supramolecular assemblies are shown to couple plasmonic nanoparticle resonances, act as plasmonic waveguides, and induce the ordering of plasmonic nanoparticles at a liquid-liquid interface. These emergent properties are intimately linked to the supramolecular interactions thereby demonstrating novel applications of supramolecular polymers.
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Joseph John Armao. Conducting triarylamine supramolecular polymers : from electronics to plasmonics. Other. Université de Strasbourg, 2015. English. ⟨NNT : 2015STRAF042⟩. ⟨tel-01674186⟩

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