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Redxo-active anilines: From switchable surfactants to tuneable gas capture

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Aniline-based materials have a very long history in the field of conducting organic materials.  The development of new synthetic and theoretical methodologies are now yielding a next generation of materials for electronic and photonic applications. We have designed novel electroactive amphiphiles, with reversibly tuneable packing and thus supramolecular assembled structures. We are now exploring new applications, including 3D-printed addressable photonic structures, as well as a range of new materials for highly selective and tuneable CO2  and I2 capture.  Additionally, these activities now act as a platform for our current TD-DFT studies to accurately model spin and doped states. 

This talk is part of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Flows (IEEF) series.

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