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Effect of arrangement of the styryl fragment on the optical properties and complexation of mono-and bis(styryl)-substituted N-methylpyridinium perchlorates containing benzo-15-crown-5 ether moieties

By: G. Jonusauskas; Yu. Fedorov; O. Fedorova; A. Anisimov; E. Tulyakova;

2007 / Springer Science+Business Media / 1066-5285


Using results in fluorescence enhancement and increases the lifetimes of the excited states of the initial bis-styryl ligands. The variation of position of the styryl fragment in the pyridinium aromatic ring gives rise to photochromic crown ethers with different optical and photophysical characteristics and is also an easy route to bis(crown-ethers) of symmetrical and unsymmetrical structure.