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Title: Hole formation and transfer in poly[9,9-di(ethylhexyl)fluorene] and an amine end-capped derivative in solution
Authors: Burrows, H. D. 
Seixas de Melo, J. 
Forster, M. 
Güntner, R. 
Scherf, U. 
Monkman, A. P. 
Navaratnam, S. 
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Chemical Physics Letters. 385:1-2 (2004) 105-110
Abstract: Pulse radiolysis has been used to study the positively charged state of isolated chains of poly[9,9-di(ethylhexyl)fluorene] in chloroform solution. This is found to have an absorption maximum at 560 nm and a weaker band around 420 nm. Intermolecular electron transfer is observed from the aromatic amine tri(p-tolylamine) to this species. With the corresponding polyfluorene derivative end-capped by an arylamine, intramolecular transfer of electrons from the triphenylamine end-cap to the positively charged polyfluorene chain is found on timescales faster than the detection time of the system (ca. 500 ns).
Rights: openAccess
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