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1.Zheng Fei Liu, Xue Chem, Gui Qi Zhang, Xin Li, Zhen Zhen Li and Wei Jun Jin*.

    1,3,5-Trifluoro-2,4,6-triiodobenzene: A neglected NIR phosphor with prolonged lifetime by σ-hole and π-hole capture.

Spectrochim. Acta A (2020, 224, 117428(1-7))


2.Weizhou Wang*, Yu Zhang and Wei Jun Jin*.

    Halogen bonding in room-temperature phosphorescent materials.

Coord. Chem. Rev. (2020, 404, 213107(1-16))


3.Xue Chen, Zheng-Fei Liu and Wei Jun Jin*.

    The Effect of Electron Donation and Intermolecular Interactions on Ultralong Phosphorescence Lifetime of 4-Carnoyl Phenylboronic Acids.

J. Phys. Chem. A (2020)

     The unique long afterglow characteristic of organic room temperature phosphorescence (RTP) materials has a extensive application in the optoelectronic area, bioimaging, data encryption, chemical sensing. At present, although numbers of RTP molecules have been reported, the relationship between the ultralong phosphorescence lifetime and molecular structure has not been clearly elucidated. In order to further explore the relationship between molecular structure, stacking modes and ultralong RTP lifetime, a series of 4-carbonylphenylboronic acid derivatives with substituents of different electron donating capabilities have been recently studied. The results prove that, on the one hand, electron-donating substituents can reduce C=O vibrational frequency and increase the energy of T1, thereby suppressing non-radiative transition and prolonging the phosphorescence lifetime, on the other hand, intermolecular interactions can reduce non-radiative relaxation and π-π packing is also conducive to persistent RTP. Finally, an attempt is completed using phosphorescent materials to design 2D or 3D codes and anti-counterfeiting application. The substituent effect of this system provides a new strategy for the design of new organic room temperature phosphors, and the relationship between molecular structures as well as intermolecular interactions including molecular stacking modes and ultralong RTP lifetime has been preliminary studied.


4.Zheng-Fei Liu, Xue Chen and Wei Jun Jin*.

    Ultralong Lifetime Room Temperature Phosphorescence and Dual-band Waveguide Behavior of Phosphoramidic Acid Oligomers.

J. Mater. Chem. C (2020,8, 7330-7335)


5.Zheng-Fei Liu,Xue Chen, Zhou Fan Mou and Wei Jun Jin*.

    Stimuli-responsive luminescent bithiophene-dicarbaldehyde molecular rotors by hydrogen bond.

J. Mater. Chem. C (2020,8, 16100-16106)


6.Wen Xin Wu, Hui Wang* and Wei Jun Jin*.

    Various guest PAHs locked into a soft-cavity-type host assembled via halogen bonds to form luminescent cocrystals.

CrystEngComm (2020,22, 5649–5655)


7.Lei Lü, Ju Liu, Hui Wang* and Wei Jun Jin*.

    π–ring–hole bond around difluoroethyne: stabilization of hydrogen bonding cyclohexamer and dicyclohexamer of ammonia molecules.

J. Mol. Model. (2020,26:259(1-9))