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Thursday, 27 May, 2021 -
15:00 to 16:00
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CANCELLED - We aim to reschedule at a later date

Dr Hugo Bronstein, University of Cambridge, UK

The most important properties in conjugated polymers are heavily dictated by their solid state interactions. In the solid state, conjugated polymers almost always undergo significant photoluminescence quenching which makes their use in OLED , OLET and OPV applications problematic. Here we will show how we can control the solid state packing of conjugated polymers through synthesis and how this can lead to new and improved optical properties in these materials.

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