Direct observation of ultrafast coherent exciton dynamics in helical π-stacks of self-assembled perylene bisimides.

Abstract:

:Ever since the discovery of dye self-assemblies in nature, there have been tremendous efforts to exploit biomimetic supramolecular assemblies for tailored artificial photon processing materials. This feature necessarily has resulted in an increasing demand for understanding exciton dynamics in the dye self-assemblies. In a sharp contrast with J-type aggregates, however, the detailed observation of exciton dynamics in H-type aggregates has remained challenging. In this study, as we succeed in measuring transient fluorescence from Frenkel state of π-stacked perylene tetracarboxylic acid bisimide dimer and oligomer aggregates, we present an experimental demonstration on Frenkel exciton dynamics of archetypal columnar π-π stacks of dyes. The analysis of the vibronic peak ratio of the transient fluorescence spectra reveals that unlike the simple π-stacked dimer, the photoexcitation energy in the columnar π-stacked oligomer aggregates is initially delocalized over at least three molecular units and moves coherently along the chain in tens of femtoseconds, preceding excimer formation process.

journal_name

Nat Commun

journal_title

Nature communications

authors

Sung J,Kim P,Fimmel B,Würthner F,Kim D

doi

10.1038/ncomms9646

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2015-10-23 00:00:00

pages

8646

issn

2041-1723

pii

ncomms9646

journal_volume

6

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