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Abstract

Near a decade, solid-state luminescent materials exhibiting photo-physical properties alterations by external stimulations, such as heat, vapor, and mechanical stress, have attracted many interests because of its high potential to generate new functional sensor or security materials. In general, luminescent properties of solid sample are highly dominated by electronical environment of luminophore in bulk space, and the property is strongly affected by intermolecular packing mode and/or molecular conformation, in other words “crystal structure”. Thus, exploring a rational design to control the crystal structure of luminescent materials correlating the external stimulation would highly contribute to develop novel stimuli-responsive luminescent material. Herein, general introduction for external stimuli responsive luminescent solid-state materials and several key concepts for the investigation will be described.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Graduate School of Chemical Science and EngineeringHokkaido UniversitySapporoJapan

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