We demonstrate novel molecular design for thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) polymers based on a nonconjugated polyethylene backbone with through-space charge transfer effect between pendant electron donor (D) and acceptor (A) units. Different from conventional conjugated D–A polymers with through-bond charge transfer effect, the nonconjugated architecture avoids direct conjugation between D and A units, enabling blue emission.
Intelligent regulation of fluid mechanical properties is an enormous challenge. Here we report a photocontrolled thermogelling system that features switchable sol-gel transition in response to light. Such a system is composed of amphiphilic copolymer appending with charged long alkyl stickers and α-cyclodextrin (α-CD) host units. Temperature can induce the reversible threading/dethreading between the α-CD and the alkyl chain, leading to a sol-gel transition.
The primary challenge in material design and fabrication is achieving excellent performance, economical substances, fast and convenient synthesis for real world applications. We tackle this challenge by an ultra-fast synthesis of core-shell 13X@NaA zeolite composites within only 30 min. By using the plasma treatment, more silanol groups on the surface of 13X powders and hydroxyl radicals in NaA precursor gel result in the accelerated formation of NaA crystal shell.
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