Photofunctional Transition Metal Complexes by Alan L. Balch (auth.), Vivian W. W. Yam (eds.)

By Alan L. Balch (auth.), Vivian W. W. Yam (eds.)

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As can be seen from the energy level scheme, electron transfer Scheme 1 Energy level diagram and reaction rates for the photoinduced processes occurring in triad 24+ at 155 K. Excitation (dashed arrow) on the DPAA chromophore From Photoinduced Charge Separation to Light-driven Molecular Machines 47 Scheme 2 Energy level diagram and reaction rates for the photoinduced processes occurring in 34+ at 155 K. Excitation (dashed arrow) on the DPAA chromophore from the donor to the oxidized photosensitizer is thermodynamically feasible.

From [47] Gold(I) Luminescence 25 7 Counter Ion Effects on the Luminescence of Ionic Au(I) Complexes Aurophilic attractions can overcome the Coulombic factors which should serve to separate the cationic or anionic gold(I) complexes from one another. Consequently, self-association is common in both anionic and cationic gold(I) complexes. The structures and luminescence from these crystalline cationic or anionic gold(I) complexes can be altered by changing the counter anion or cation present. The luminescence of the two-coordinate gold(I) carbene cation, [AuI {C(NHMe)2 }2 ]+ , whose structure is shown below in Scheme 4, offers a good example [48].

From [54] Fig. 33 Relative emission intensity of [(TPA)2AuI ][AuI (CN)2 ], (TPA is 1,3,5-triaza-7phosphaadamantane) with respect to grinding time. The spectra were recorded at 78 K with an identical PMT gain, slit width, and other instrumental setup. No emission is evident before grinding the crystalline sample. L. Balch Scheme 5 10 Ligand-Bridged Complexes Bridging ligands can be utilized to hold and maintain two Au(I) ions in close proximity. Although a thorough review of such ligand-bridged complexes is beyond the scope of this article, it is useful to mention a few aspects of their spectroscopic properties.

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