Hence an exhaustive structural analysis has been made to have an insight on molecular geometry of thiophene oligomers. The selected bond parameters of oligomers are displayed in table 1. It is clear that, C-C BL in 2 is 1. The C-S BL in 1, is 1.
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The torsional angle of 1, range from and An in-depth understanding about the FMO of organic molecules is essential while studying the optoelectronic properties of molecules. The inclusion of two thiophene rings in 3 decreased the band gap by 0. The band gap of designed oligomer range between 1. Meanwhile LUMO of pentamer was delocalized over the whole molecule but with strong delocalization on two of the thiophene rings and acceptor groups.
The HOMO of pentamer is strongly delocalized over the two thiophene rings. In tetramer and pentamer, the HOMO and LUMO delocalization of electron is different from mono, dimer and trimer, where in 5 HOMO is delocalized on donor groups and partial delocalization over three thiophene rings is noticed.
Meanwhile, LUMO are delocalized on the acceptor groups and on three thiophene rings. This distinct feature of the oligomer 5 is attributed due to the presence of five thiophene rings. For high electron injection and improved efficiency, a molecule's LUMO should be delocalized on the acceptor group Accordingly, 1 cannot be used for optoelectronic applications, whereas 4 and 5 can be considered for making optoelectronic materials. The results of fragmentations analysis are shown in figure 4. It is important to note, that all thiophene oligomers show S 0 -S 1 electronic transitions.
It can be observed that, absorption maxima of oligomers in gas phase are significantly red shifted with respect to monomer.
As expected monomer, absorbs at lower wavelength of nm with high excitation energy 2. This high wavelength of absorption is tagged with low excitation energy 2. Again a positive shift is observed in pentamer with respect to its counterparts. The above fact has been confirmed in pentamer which possess an intense band at nm. This higher wavelength of absorption is tagged with lowest excitation energy 2. The absorption spectrum of pentamer is observed at nm.
Overall, these oligomers show positive solvate chromism. The dipole moment is an important property which discloses the secret about electronic charge distribution in the molecule. Extensive awareness about dipole moment of organic molecule is essential while designing the materials for optoelectronic applications.
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