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The Materials Division of the Chemical Institute of Canada This site connects members of the Materials Chemistry Division of the CIC with current information about upcoming events, opportunities and ongoing materials research being carried out across the country. We help organize the annual CSC

PMSE

Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering Division of the American Chemical Society http://pmse.sites.acs.org/

ACS Polymers

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“Turning-on the Quenched Fluorescence of Azomethines via Structural Modifications”

Barik, S. Skene, W.G.* “Turning-on the Quenched Fluorescence of Azomethines via Structural Modifications” Eur. J. Org. Chem., 13,  2563-2572 (2013).

“On-Substrate Preparation of An Electroactive Conjugated Polyazomethine from Solution Processable Monomers and Its Application in Electrochromic Devices”

Sicard, L., Navarathne, D., Skalski, T., Skene, W.G.* “On-Substrate Preparation of An Electroactive Conjugated Polyazomethine from Solution Processable Monomers and Its Application in Electrochromic Devices”, Adv. Funct. Mater., 23, 3549-3559 (2013). (Cover Page)

“Unparalleled fluorescence of a polyazomethine prepared from the self-condensation of an automer and its potential use as a fluorimetric sensor for explosive detection”

Mallet, C., Le Borgne, M., Starck, M., Skene, W.G.* “Unparalleled fluorescence of a polyazomethine prepared from the self-condensation of an automer and its potential use as a fluorimetric sensor for explosive detection”, Polym. Chem. 4, 250-254 (2013).

“Photophysical and Electrochemical Investigations of the Fluorescent Probe, 4,4′-Bis(2-benzoxazolyl)stilbene”

Fourati, M.A., Skene, W.G.,* Bazuin C.G.,* Prud’homme, R.E.* “Photophysical and Electrochemical Investigations of the Fluorescent Probe, 4,4′-Bis(2-benzoxazolyl)stilbene”, J. Phys. Chem. A, 117, 836-844 (2013).

“Survey of Recent Advances of p-Conjugated Heterocyclic Azomethines As Materials With Tuneable Properties”

Bolduc, A., Mallet, C., Skene. W.G.* “Survey of Recent Advances of p-Conjugated Heterocyclic Azomethines As Materials With Tuneable Properties”, Sci. China Chem., 56, 3-23 (2013). (Invited review)