Supramolecular Photochemistry

       The generation, transmission, amplification and amplification of chirality in the supramolecular host-guest system constitutes a bridge between molecular chirality and the macroscopic molecular assembly aggregates. Our group is committed to using light as a means of initiation or detection to study the phenomena of chiral photochemistry and photophysics in the host-guest system, including supramolecular chiral recognition, chiral photochemical reactions and chiral reversal caused by the host-guest interaction.

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Triplet-triplet annihilation up-conversion

       Up-conversion technology is a technology that converts low-energy light into high-energy light. Triplet-triplet annihilation up-conversion (TTA-UC) belongs to one of these types. Because of its advantages, such as low excitation light energy density and adjustable working wavelength, it is expected to be applied in the field of improving solar energy utilization efficiency. Our group established a supramolecular complexation based strategy for improving the efficiency of TTA-UC in the solution phase.

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