Quantaurus-QY Absolute PL quantum yield spectrometer
The Quantaurus-QY is a compact, easy-to-use instrument for measuring the quantum yield of photoluminescent materials. It performs absolute measurements and does not require known reference standards, as typically required when using the traditional relative method. Samples in different forms -thin films, solids, powders, and solutions- can be analyzed. Liquid samples can be cooled down to -196 deg.C (77K) with liquid nitrogen.
C11347-12: NIR type (wavelength 400 nm to 1100 nm).
|PL measurement wavelength range||400 nm to 1100 nm|
|Monochromatic light source:Light source||150 W xenon light source|
|：Excitation wavelength||375 nm ～ 850 nm|
|：Bandwidth||10 nm or less (FWHM)|
|：Excitation wavelength control||Automatic control|
|Multichannel spectroscope：Measurement wavelength range||350 nm to 1100 nm|
|：Wavelength resolution||< 2.5 nm|
|：Number of photosensitive device channels||1024 ch|
|：Device cooling temperature||-15 ˚C|
|：AD resolution||16 bit|
|：Spectroscope optical arrangement||Czerny-Turner type|
|Software：Measurement items||PL quantum yield
Excitation wavelength dependence of quantum yield
PL spectrum (peak wavelength, FWHM)
PL excitation spectrum
Color measurement (chromaticity, color temperature, color rendering index, etc.)
|OLEDs||A. Endo, K. Suzuki, T. Yoshihara, S. Tobita, M. Yahiro. and C. Adachi||Measurement of phosphorescence efficiency of Ir(III) phenylpyridine derivatives in solution and solid-state films||Chem. Phy. Lett.||460||155||2008|
|T. Sajoto, P. I. Djurovich, A. B. Tamayo, J. Oxgaard, W. A. Goddard III, and M. E. Thompson||Temperature Dependence of Blue Phosphorescent Cyclometalated Ir(III) Complexes||J. Am. Chem. Soc.||131||9813||2009|
|H.-F. Chen, S.-J. Yang, Z.-H. Tsai, W.-Y. Hung, T.-C. Wang, and K.-T. Wong||1,3,5-Triazine Derivatives as New Electron Transport-type Host Materials for Highly Efficient Green Phosphorescent OLEDs||J. Mater. Chem.||19||8112||2009|
|H. J. Bolink, L. Cappelli, S. Cheylan, E. Coronado, R. D. Costa, N. Lardies, Md. K. Nazeeruddin, and E. Orti||Origin of the Large Spectral Shift in Electroluminescence in a Blue Light Emitting Cationic Iridium(III) Complex||J. Mater. Chem.||17||5032||2007|
|R. D. Costa, F. J. Cespedes-Guirao, H. J. Bolink, F. Fernandez-Lazaro, A. Sastre-Santos, E. Orti, and J. Gierschner||A Deep-Red-Emitting Perylenediimide-Iridium-Complex Dyad: Following the Photophysical Deactivation Pathways||J. Phys. Chem. C||113||19292||2009|
|R. D. Costa, F. Fernandez, L. Sanchez, N. Martin, E. Orti, and H. J. Bolink||Dumbbell-Shaped Dinuclear Iridium Complexes and Their Application to Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells||Chem. Eur. J||16||9855||2010|
|R. D. Costa, E. Orti, H. J. Bolink, S. Graber, C. E. Housecroft, and E. C. Constable||Efficient and Long-Living Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells||Adv. Funct. Mater.||20||1511||2010|
|R. D. Costa, E. Orti, D. Tordera, H. J. Bolink, S. Graber, C. E. Housecroft, L. Sachno, M. Neuburger, and E. C. Constable||Stable and Efficient Solid-State Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells Based on a Series of Hydrophobic Iridium Complexes||Adv. Funct. Mater.||1||282||2011|
|Phosphors||T. Nakajima, M. Isobe, T. Tsuchiya, Y. Ueda, and T. Kumagai||Direct fabrication of metavanadate phosphor films on organic substrates for white-light-emitting devices||Nature Materials||7||735||2008|
|T. Ogi, Y. Kaihatsu, F. Iskandar, W.-N. Wang, and K. Okuyama||Facile Sunthesis of New Full-Color-Emitting BCNO Phosphors with High Quantum Efficiency||Adv. Mater||20||3235||2008|
|Fluorescence Probes||H. Ito, M. Matsuoka, Y. Ueda, M. Takuma, Y. Kudo, and K. Iguchi||Quinolinecarboxylic acid based fluorescent molecules: ratiometric response to Zn2+||Tetrahedron||65||4235||2009|
|S. Kamino, H. Ichihara, S. Wada, Y. Horio, Y. Usami, T. Yamaguchi, T. Koda, A. Harada, K. Shimanuki, M. Arimoto, M. Doi, and Y. Fujita||Degign and Synthesis of Regioisomerically Pure unsymmetrical Xanthene Derivatives for Staining live Cells and Their Photochemical Properties,||Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett.||18||4380||2008|
|Y. Mikata, A. Yamashita, A. Kawamura, H. Konno, Y. Miyamoto, and S. Tamotsu||Bisquinoline-based fluorescent zinc sensors||Dalton Trans.||3800||2009|
|Takahisa Suzuki, Seisuke Arai, Mayumi Takeuchi, Chiye Sakurai, Hideaki Ebana, Tsunehito Higashi, Hitoshi Hashimoto, Kiyotaka Hatsuzawa, Ikuo Wada||Development of Cysteine-Free Fluorescent Proteins for the Oxidative Environment||PLoS ONE||7||e37551||2012|
|Organic compounds||K. Suzuki, A. Kobayashi, S. Kaneko, K. Takehira, T. Yoshihara, H. Ishida, Y. Shiina, S. Oishi, and S. Tobita||Reevaluation of Absolute Luminescence Quantum Yields of Standard Solutions Using a Spectrometer with an Integrating Sphere and a Back-Thinned CCD Detector||Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.||11||9850||2009|
|R. Kato, K. Suzuki, A. Furube, M. Kotani, and K. Tokumaru||Fluorescence quantum yield of aromatic hydrocarbon crystals,||J. Phys. Chem. C||113 (7)||2961||2009|
|N. Hayashi, Y. Saito, H. Higuchi, and K. Suzuki||Comparative Studies on Electronic Spectra and Redox Behaviors of Isometric Benzo[1,2-b:4,5-b’] difurans and Benzo[1,2-b:5,4-b’]difrans||J. Phys. Chem. A||113 (18)||5342||2009|
|K. Tani, C. Ito, Y. Hanaka, M. Uchida, K. Otaguro, H. Horiuchi, and H. Hiratsuka||Photophysical Property and Photostability of J-Aggregate Thin Films of Thiacyanine Dyes Prepared by the Spin-Coating Method,||J. Phys. Chem. B||112 (3)||836||2008|
|M. Shimizu, K. Mochida, and T. Hiyama||Modular Approach to Silicon-Bridged Biaryls: Palladium-Catalyzed Intramolecular Coupling of 2-(Arylsilyl)aryl Triflates||Angew. Chem. Int. Ed||47||9760||2008|
|M. Shimizu, Y. Takeda, M. Higashi, and T. Hiyama||1,4-Bis(alkenyl)-2,5- dipiperidinobenzenes: Minomal Fluorophores Exhibiting Highly Efficient Emission in the Solid State||Angew. Chem. Int. Ed||48||3653||2009|
|A. Fukazawa, M. Hara, T. Okamoto, E.-C. Son, C. Xu, K. Tamao, and S. Yamaguchi||Bis-Phosphoryl-Brigged Stilbenes Synthesized by an Intramolecular Cascade Cyclization,||Org. Lett||10 (5)||913||2008|
|C.-H. Zhao, A. Wakamiya, Y. Inukai, and S. Yamaguchi||Highly Emissive Organic Solids Containing 2,5-Diboryl-1,4-phenylene Unit||J. Am. Chem. Soc.||128||15934||2008|
|Metal-organic complexes||A. Ishii, K. Habu, S. Kishi, H. Otsu, T. Komatsu, K. Osaka, K. Kato, S. Kimura, M. Tanaka, M. Hasegawa, and Y. Shigesato||Novel Emission Properties of Melem Caused by the Heavy Metal Effect of Lanthanides(III) in a LB Film||Photochem. Photobiol. Sci.||6||804||2007|
|K. Matsumoto, N. Matsumoto, A. Ishii, T. Tsukuda, M. Hasegawa, and T. Tsubomura||Structual and Spectroscopic Properties of a Copper(I)-bis(N-heterocyclic)carbene Complex||Dalton Trans.||6795||2009|
|Y. Matano, T. Miyajima, N. Ochi, Y. Nakao, S. Sakai, and H. Imahori||Synthesis of Thiophene-Containing Hybrid Calixphyrins of the 5,10-Porphodimethene Type||J. Org. Chem.||73 (13)||5139||2008|
|D. Kuzuhara, J. Mack, H. Yamada, T. Okujima, N. Ono, and N. Kobayashi||Synthesis, Structures, and Optical and Electrochemical Properties of Benzoporphycenes||Chem. Eur. J||15||10060||2009|
|D. Maeda, H. Shimakoshi, M. Abe, M. Fujitsuka, T. Majima, and Y. Hisaeda||Synthesis of a Novel Sn)IV) Porphycene-Ferrocene Triad Linked by Axal Coordination and Solvent Polarity Effect in Photoinduced Charge Separation Process||Inorg. Chem.||49||2872||2010|
|D. Maeda, H. Shimakoshi, M. Abe, and Y. Hisaeda||Synthesis and photophysical behavior of porphyrin isomer Sn(IV) complexes||Inorg. Chem.||48||9853||2009|
|H. Shimakoshi, T. Baba, Y. iseki, I. Aritome, A. Endo, C. Adachi, and Y. Hisaeda||Photophysical and photosensitizing properties of brominated porphycenes||Chem. Commun.||2882||2008|
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