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This is the first monograph to specifically focus on the topic, providing a coherent resource for researchers and developers alike. The initial chapters introduce readers to the synthesis and optical properties of various conjugated polyelectrolytes. This is followed by focus chapters on the applications of these materials in optical sensing and imaging, while the final section addresses the emerging applications of conjugated polyelectrolytes in optoelectronic devices, concluding with an in-depth discussion of the underlying mechanisms that contribute to the exceptional functionality of this new class of molecular materials. The editors and contributors are all pioneers and experts in this expanding field, and this book brings together chemists, materials scientists, physicists and device engineers to provide a thorough understanding of conjugated polyelectrolytes and their technology potential.
Bin Liu is an associate professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS). She obtained her PhD degree from NUS and started her academic career in 2005 after postdoctoral training at University of California, Santa Barbara, under Guillermo C. Bazan. Bin Liu has over 100 scientific publications and has received several awards including the NUS Young Investigator Award and Singapore National Science and Technology Young Scientist Award.
Guillermo C. Bazan is Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has over 300 publications and an H-index of 63. Much of his work is centered on the applications of conjugated polyelectrolytes in biosensing technologies and the fabrication of optoelectronic devices. Guillermo Bazan's awards and recognitions include the 2006 ACS Cope Scholar Award, the 2005 Bessel Award and the 2003 National Science Foundation Special Creativity Award. In addition, he serves as a member of the editorial advisory boards of Macromolecules and Advanced Materials.
Table of Contents
Synthesis of Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Block Copolymers with Conjugated Polyelectrolyte Segments Polyacetylene Ionomers Aggregation Properties of Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Sensing via Quenching of Conjugated Polyelectrolyte Emission Detection via Energy Transfer Processes with Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Detection via Conformational Changes of Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Conjugated Polyelectrolyte Based Imaging and Monitoring of Protein Aggregation Electronic Properties of Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Optoelectronic Devices Containing Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Optical Processes in Thin Films