Influence of ligand structure and molecular geometry on the properties of d6 polypyridinic transition metal complexes

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Arias, M.
Concepción, J.
Crivelli, I.
Delgadillo, A.
Díaz Harris, Ramiro
Francois Cifuentes, María Angélica
Gajardo, F.
López, R.
Leiva, A.M.
Loeb, B.
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Date
2012-02-29
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Chemical Physics, Vol.326, N°1, 54-70, 2006
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Química
Abstract
Different strategies to improve the excited state properties of polypyridinic complexes by varying ligand structure and molecular geometry are described. Bidentate and tetradentate ligands based on fragments as dipyrido[3,2-a:2′,3′-c]phenazine, dppz, and pyrazino[2,3-f][1,10]-phenanthroline, ppl, have been used. Quinonic residues were fused to these basic units to improve acceptor properties. Photophysical studies were performed in order to test theoretical predictions.
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