Photophysics of Organometallics by Maria L. Muro, Aaron A. Rachford, Xianghuai Wang (auth.),

By Maria L. Muro, Aaron A. Rachford, Xianghuai Wang (auth.), Alistair J. Lees (eds.)

Arvind Kumar, Shih-Sheng sunlight, and Alistair J. Lees: Photophysics and Photochemistry of Organometallic Rhenium Diimine Complexes; Conor lengthy: Photophysics of CO Loss from basic steel Carbonyl Complexes; Antonín Vlcek Jr: Ultrafast Excited-State strategies in Re(I) Carbonyl-Diimine Complexes: From Excitation to Photochemistry; Kenneth Kam-Wing Lo: Exploitation of Luminescent Organometallic Rhenium(I) and Iridium(III) Complexes in organic stories; Maria L. Muro , Aaron A. Rachford , Xianghuai Wang, and Felix N. Castellano: Platinum II Acetylide Photophysics; Andreas F. Rausch, Herbert H. H. Homeier, and Hartmut Yersin: Organometallic Pt(II) and Ir(III) Triplet Emitters for OLED functions and the position of Spin–Orbit Coupling: A research in line with High-Resolution Optical Spectroscopy.

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Wenger OS, Henling LM, Day MW, Winkler JR, Gray HB (2004) Inorg Chem 43:2043 114. Yam VW-W, Yang Y, Zhang J, Chu BW-K, Zhu N (2001) Organometallics 20:4911 115. Busby M, Matousek P, Towrie M, Vlček A Jr (2007) Inorganica Chimica Acta 360:885 116. Lewis JD, Perutz RN, Moore JN (2004) J Phys Chem A 108:9037 117. Yam VW-W, Ko C-C, Wu L-X, Wong KM-C, Cheung K-K (2000) Organometallics 19:1820 118. Ko C-C, Wu L-X, Wong KM-C, Zhu N, Yam VW-W (2004) Chem Eur J 10:766 119. Lee PH-M, Ko C-C, Zhu N, Yam VW-W, (2007) J Am Chem Soc 129:6058 120.

The acid–base behavior of both monometallic [Re(bpy)(CO)3(pca)]+ and bimetallic [Re(bpy) (CO)3(pca)Re(bpy)(CO)3]2+, pca = 4-pyridinecarboxaldehydeazine, complexes (see Fig. 13a) was opposite to the above examples. Emission increased in the presence of H+ and was attributed to protonation of one of the N atoms of the –C=N–N=C– group of the pca ligand. 7 [146]. Beer et al. reported the use of a modified 2,2¢-bipyridine ligand bonded to {Re(CO)3Cl} (see Fig. 13b) as the anion sensor [147]. The modified bipyridine ligand contained a macrocyclic NH-cavity capped with a calix[4]arene strapped on its back.

6). Intrinsic reaction coordinate (IRC) calculations from this saddle point led to the trigonal bipyrimidal (D3h) Cr(CO)5 fragment in both forward and reverse directions. This represents the last portion of the CO dissociation path from the electronically excited Cr(CO)6 to Fig. 4 The EOM-CCSD potential energy curves of Cr(CO)6 along the Cr–COaxial bond elongation. Regions of the avoided crossing of E states are indicated by ellipses. Adapted from [13] Photophysics of CO Loss from Simple Metal Carbonyl Complexes 43 Fig.

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