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Title: Chemistry of squaraine-derived materials: Near-IR dyes, low band gap systems, and cation sensors
Authors: Ajayaghosh, A
Keywords: Squaraine
Cation sensors
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Citation: Accounts of Chemical Research 38(6):449-459;2006
Abstract: Squaraines belong to an important class of organic dyes with intense absorption and emission properties in the visible to near- IR wavelength range. The optical properties of squaraines, which are sensitive to the surrounding medium, make them ideal candidates to photophysists to study the excited-state properties and to material chemists for designing a variety of materials that are useful for wide-ranging applications. The present Account pertains to the recent developments in the materials chemistry of squaraines, highlighting our contributions to the study of squaraine-based near-IR dyes, low band gap polymers, and cation sensors.
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