Tag Archives: supramolecular chemistry

Ultralong room-temperature phosphorescence of a solid-state supramolecule

Glows in the dark after removing energy input, named room-temperature phosphorescence (RTP), has got enormous attention because of its various application in biological imaging, light-emitting devices, information storage and encryption, and so on. However, achieving ultralong RTP

Can a doughnut-shaped molecule help design new drugs?

Some of the most advanced and modern medicines, such as those used in the treatment of cancer rely heavily on their selective, high affinity targeting of cancerous cells in order to be effective medicine. However, some drugs