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Materials

Chemistry in Pictures: True colors

by Alexandra Taylor
January 2, 2019

 

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Credit: Barbora Balonova

After a long day of analyzing various glowing solutions, Barbora Balonova took this colorful photo of conjugated compounds under long-wave ultraviolet light. Balonova is a PhD candidate at the University of New Brunswick, and the samples belong to UNB master’s candidate Jayden Price. Price is studying the photophysical properties of a series of diarylmaleimide building blocks. These compounds may have applications in organic electronics.

Submitted by Barbora Balonova

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