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Journal of Fluorescence

, Volume 28, Issue 5, pp 1023–1028 | Cite as

Synthesis, Photophysical, Electrochemical and Thermal Investigation of Anthracene Doped 2-Naphthol Luminophors and their Thin Films for Optoelectronic Devices

  • K. G. ManeEmail author
  • P. B. Nagore
  • S. R. Pujari
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Abstract

A series of novel luminophors of 2-naphthol by doping anthracene were prepared using conventional solid state reaction technique. The photophysical, electrochemical and thermal properties were studied by Fluorescence spectroscopy, XRD, SEM, TGA-DSC and by Cyclic Voltammetry techniques. The thin films were characterized by Fluorescence spectroscopy. XRD study of fine grained powders exhibited sharp peaks which specify crystallinity and homogeneity of the doped luminophors. The fluorescence spectra of doped 2-naphthol exhibited emission of anthracene at 413 nm i.e. blue emission with instantaneous fluorescence quenching of 2-NP due to excitation energy transfer (EET). Electrochemical data specify that the HOMO and LUMO energy levels of the synthesized luminophors are in the range of 5.55–5.71 eV and 3.03–3.24 eV, respectively. TGA-DSC study confirmed thermal stability of prepared luminophors. Hence, overall study proposes that these luminophors seems applicable to be used as n-type materials for Optoelectronic devices.

Keywords

n-type materials Fluorescence quenching by EET Organic luminophors 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The authors express sincere thanks to IIT Madras, SAIF and Instrumentation Centre, Solapur University, Solapur, Maharashtra-India and D.B.F. Dayanand College of Science, Solapur, Maharashtra -India.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Doshi Vakil Arts & G.C.U.B. Sci. & Comm. CollegeRaigadIndia
  2. 2.D.B.F.Dayanand Science CollegeSolapurIndia

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