Simulation data for "Cyclopropyl Substituents Transform the Viscosity-Sensitive BODIPY Molecular Rotor into a Temperature Sensor": Potential energy surfaces, absorption and emission spectra of three fluorescent molecular rotors

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Abstract

Ground and excited state potential energy surfaces and absorption and emission spectra of BODIPY-C10, BODIPY-Cyclopropyl-A and BODIPY-Cyclopropyl-B, calculated using the Gaussian 09 Code.Type of data: Quantum mechanical simulation files
Original languageEnglish
TypeSimulation data
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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