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Comptes Rendus Chimie
Volume 8, n° 8
pages 1194-1203 (août 2005)
Doi : 10.1016/j.crci.2005.02.021
Received : 20 July 2004 ;  accepted : 24 November 2004
Luminescent metal-based materials - their design and assembly from a molecular perspective
 

Vivian Wing-Wah Yam
Centre for Carbon-Rich Molecular and Nano-Scale Metal-Based Materials Research, Department of Chemistry, and HKU-CAS Joint Laboratory on New Materials, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong, PR China 

*Corresponding author.
Abstract

Recent work in our laboratory has shown that novel luminescent homo- and hetero-metallic metal-based molecular materials could be assembled through the use of various building blocks such as chalcogenides, pnictogenides and alkynyls. A number of these complexes have been structurally characterised and shown to display rich luminescence behaviour. The luminescence properties have been studied and their emissive origins elucidated. Correlations of the luminescence behaviour with the electronic and structural effects of the ligands and metal complexes have been made. Different approaches and assembly motifs have been employed to tune the absorption and emission characteristics of these materials based on an understanding of their spectroscopic origins. Through rational design and assembly strategies, these molecular materials may find potential applications in materials science and sensor technology. To cite this article: V. W-W Yam, C. R. Chimie 8 (2005) .

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Résumé

Des travaux récents dans notre laboratoire ont montré que des nouveaux matériaux moléculaires luminescents homo- et hétérobimétalliques pouvaient être assemblés en utilisant une variété de briques moléculaires telles que des chalcogénures, « pnictogénures » et alcynyles. Ces complexes ont été caractérisés, leurs propriétés de luminescence étudiées et les origines de leurs émissions élucidées. Des corrélations entre la luminescence et les effets structuraux et électroniques ont été établies. Différentes approches et différents motifs d'assemblage ont été employés pour moduler les caractéristiques d'absorption et d'émission de ces matériaux. Ces matériaux moléculaires sont des candidats potentiels pour des applications en science des matériaux et dans la technologie des détecteurs. Pour citer cet article : V. W-W Yam, C. R. Chimie 8 (2005) .

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Keywords : Luminescence, d10 metals, Chalcogenides, Platinum(II), Rhenium(I), Metal alkynyls

Mots clés : Luminescence, Métaux d10, Chalcogénures, Platine(II), Rhénium(I), Métaux alcynyles




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