Handbook of aggregation-induced emission: Emerging applications

Youhong Tang, Ben Zhong Tang

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The Handbook of Aggregation-Induced Emission explores foundational and advanced topics in aggregation-induced emission, as well as cutting-edge developments in the field, celebrating twenty years of progress and achievement in this important and interdisciplinary field. The three volumes combine to offer readers a comprehensive and insightful interpretation accessible to both new and experienced researchers working on aggregation-induced emission. In Volume 3: Emerging Applications, the editors address the applications of AIEgens in several fields, including bio-imaging, fluorescent molecular switches, electrochromic materials, regenerative medicine, detection of organic volatile contaminants, hydrogels, and organogels. Topics covered include: AIE-active emitters and their applications in OLEDs, and circularly polarized luminescence of aggregation-induced emission materials AIE polymer films for optical sensing and energy harvesting, aggregation-induced electrochemiluminescence, and mechanoluminescence materials with aggregation-induced emission Dynamic super-resolution fluorescence imaging based on photoswitchable fluorescent spiropyran Visualization of polymer microstructures Self-assembly of micelle and vesicles New strategies for biosensing and cell imaging Perfect for academic researchers working on aggregation-induced emission, this set of volumes is also ideal for professionals and students in the fields of photophysics, photochemistry, materials science, optoelectronic materials, synthetic organic chemistry, macromolecular chemistry, polymer science, and biological sciences.

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHoboken, NJ
Number of pages592
ISBN (Electronic)9781119643098
ISBN (Print)9781119642992
Publication statusPublished - 2022


  • aggregation induced emission
  • Photoemission
  • Bioimaging
  • electrochromic materials


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