TADF-based Photosensitizer

Our research group is currently exploring the prospect of using thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) materials as photosensitizers. TADF, traditionally associated with enhanced efficiency in organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), presents a compelling avenue for advancing the field of photocatalysis. By modulating the electronic properties of TADF emitters, we aim to drive advancements in sustainable energy and environmental remediation. Indeed, TADF materials stand out in photocatalysis due to their unique ability to harness triplet energy—an attribute that sets them apart from traditional fluorescent photocatalysts. We invite collaboration and exploration as we work towards harnessing triplet energy to create more efficient, sustainable, and environmentally friendly catalytic processes. 

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