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Anti-Stokes Photoinduced Electrochemiluminescence at a Photocathode

Abstract : Anti-Stokes photoinduced electrochemiluminescence (PECL) converts infrared photons to visible photons and is usually triggered at a narrow band gap-protected photoanode. Here, we report the first example of PECL with the model [Ru(bpy)3]2+/benzoyl peroxide system at a bare p-type Si photocathode. The reported PECL system, which allows a notable decrease of the cathodic potential required for ECL generation, should open new opportunities for imaging and light-addressable devices.
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Julie Descamps, Yiran Zhao, Jing Yu, Guobao Xu, Yoan Léger, et al.. Anti-Stokes Photoinduced Electrochemiluminescence at a Photocathode. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2022, 58 (47), pp.6686-6688. ⟨10.1039/D2CC01804G⟩. ⟨hal-03697444⟩



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