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Offline rparmenter

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Organic Chemistry Doping Factors
« on: November 17, 2019, 02:19:28 AM »
Hi,

I currently need to investigate the control parameters that are involved with doping an organic material for long persistent luminescence and I can't seem to find anything on whether the method of recrystallisation and the amount of dopant added would affect the desired product.

I am currently using double-layered diffusion and I am interested in finding out whether a faster or slower method of recrystallisation would be more effective for trapping dopant within the structure of the organic molecule? As well as the amount of dopant added (currently using a 1:10 n ratio) 1 being the organic molecule and 10 being the dopant.

Any help/ links to papers would be very much appreciated.

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Re: Organic Chemistry Doping Factors
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2019, 12:17:41 PM »
Usually fast recrystallization will have more adventitious impurities.

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Re: Organic Chemistry Doping Factors
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2019, 04:13:38 PM »
Usually fast recrystallization will have more adventitious impurities.

Hi Hollytara,

I did believe this to be true myself but couldn't find anything to back that up. Do you know of any links at all?

Thanks for posting!
-Ryan

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