Perspective: Suning Wang on triarylboron compounds for optoelectronics

Suning Wang from Queen’s University, Canada, looks at how electron accepting triarylboranes can be used in optoelectronic applications in this Dalton Transactions Perspective article.

Wang and her PhD student, Zachary Hudson, discuss the role of boron, and the photophysical properties of metal-containing triarylboranes. They go on to review the recent research, looking at triarylboron-containing complexes in OLEDs and as anion sensors, as well their use in MOFs, zinc sensors and as vapochromic materials to detect VOCs.

Read the full article to find out more…

Metal-containing triarylboron compounds for optoelectronic applications
Zachary M. Hudson and Suning Wang
Dalton Trans., 2011, 40, 7805-7816
DOI: 10.1039/C1DT10292C

Professor Wang is an Associate Editor for our new journal, RSC Advances, read more about her research.

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