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Controlling Exciton Transport in Conjugated Polymers: Ultrafast Studies of Aligned MEH-PPV/Mesoporous Silica Composite Materials

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Femtosecond emission anisotropy shows how composites consisting of semiconducting MEH-PPV polymer chains embedded into the channels of oriented, hexagonal nanoporous silica glass allow control over both interchain energy transfer and exciton migration in the polymer.

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