Publication in Nature Communications

The group has published on the underlying mechanism behind thermally-activated delayed fluorescence in Nature Communications. Through use of a temperature-tuneable host the resonant behaviour of the reverse intersystem crossing phenomenon was elucidated. This resonant behaviour arises due to the vibronic coupling of not just the charge-transfer states, but also a locally-excited triplet state.

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