The research, led by Professor Ying Diao, investigates modifications of the non-chiral polymer DPP-T4 to form chiral helical structures in polymer-based semiconductors. Chirality, or non-overlapping specular reflection, could find applications in fields such as efficient solar cells, quantum computing, and advanced 3D imaging.

This discovery highlights the need to explore different mesophase structures to potentially improve optical, electronic and mechanical properties.

Source: Ferra

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