Pressure dependence of the luminescence and Raman modes in polyfluorene

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Pressure dependence of the luminescence and Raman modes in polyfluorene

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Title: Pressure dependence of the luminescence and Raman modes in polyfluorene
Author: Martin, Christopher M., 1973-
Keywords: poly-para-phenylene ;p-terphenyl 3P;p-quaterphenyl, 4P;p-hexaphenyl, 6P.
poly-para-phenylene ;p-terphenyl 3P;p-quaterphenyl, 4P;p-hexaphenyl, 6P
Date: 2005
Publisher: University of Missouri--Columbia
Abstract: I present a study of the optical properties of poly-para-phenylene and three different side-chain substituted polyfluorene polymers. I present an analysis of the Raman spectra under hydrostatic pressures for three oligo(para-phenylene) materials (p-terphenyl, 3P; p-quaterphenyl, 4P; and p-hexaphenyl, 6P) under hydrostatic pressure up to 80 kbar, with a focus on the 15-25 kbar region where the molecules are known to be forced into a more planar state. I present studies of the photoluminescence (PL) and Raman modes of polyfluorene (PF2/6) under hydrostatic pressures of 0-120 kbar at room temperature. The distinct PL with associated vibronics observed at atmospheric pressure blue shifts and changes dramatically around 20 kbar, above this pressure a broad peak at about 2.3 eV, associated with the keto defect, begins to dominate the PL. Raman modes observed are the 1417 cm-1 mode from the C-C stretch within the monomer, the 1342 cm-1 and 1290 cm-1 modes from phenyl rings connecting the monomer units, and the 1600 cm-1 modes from the intra-ring C-C stretch. All Raman modes analyzed shift to higher energies with pressure. Some of the phonon lines exhibit an antiresonance effect at higher pressures that is indicative of a high electron phonon interaction between the Raman phonons and the (real) PL transitions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/4425
Other Identifiers: MartinC-050506-D4696

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