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Polymeric carbon nitride armored centimeter-wide organic droplets in water for all-liquid heterophase emission technology

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Cao,  Qian
Bernhard Schmidt, Kolloidchemie, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Max Planck Society;

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Kumru,  Baris
Baris Kumru, Kolloidchemie, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Max Planck Society;

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Cao, Q., & Kumru, B. (2020). Polymeric carbon nitride armored centimeter-wide organic droplets in water for all-liquid heterophase emission technology. Polymers, 12(8): 1626. doi:10.3390/polym12081626.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0006-CE92-D
Abstract
High potential of emission chemistry has been visualized in many fields, from sensors and imaging to displays. In general, conjugated polymers are the top rankers for such chemistry, despite the fact that they bring solubility problems, high expenses, toxicity and demanding synthesis. Metal-free polymeric semiconductor graphitic carbon nitride (g-CN) has been an attractive candidate for visible light-induced photocatalysis, and its emission properties have been optimized and explored recently. Herein, we present modified g-CN nanoparticles as organodispersible conjugated polymer materials to be utilized in a heterophase emission systems. The injection of a g-CN organic dispersion in aqueous polymer solution not only provides retention of the shape by Pickering stabilization of g-CN, but high intensity emission is also obtained. The heterophase all-liquid emission display can be further modified by the addition of simple conjugated organic molecules to the initial g-CN dispersion, which provides a platform for multicolor emission. We believe that such shape-tailored and stabilized liquidndash;liquid multicolor emission systems are intriguing for sensing, displays and photonics.