Scientific article

Chromium(III)-trisoxalate, a versatile building block for luminescent materials

Published inJournal of luminescence, vol. 133, p. 15-20
Publication date2013

Chromium(III)-trisoxalate,[Cr(ox)3]3- (ox = C2O42-), incorporated into polymeric networks of composition [NaCr(ox)3][MII(bpy)3] and [NaCr(ox)3][MIII(bpy)3]ClO4 (bpy= 2,2'-bipyridine, MII = Zn, Fe, Ru; MIII = Rh, Cr), results in interesting features ranging from phonon-assisted and resonant energy migration within the R1 line the 2E state to persistent spectral side-hole burning via the latter, and manifestations of specific nearest-neighbour π–π interactions between bipyridine and oxalate.

  • Chromium(III)-tris-oxalate
  • Energy migration
  • Fluorescence line narrowing
  • Spectral diffusion
  • Persistent spectral hole burning
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MILOS, Mia, HAUSER, Andreas. Chromium(III)-trisoxalate, a versatile building block for luminescent materials. In: Journal of luminescence, 2013, vol. 133, p. 15–20. doi: 10.1016/j.jlumin.2011.12.053
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