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A highly luminescent octanuclear gold(I) carbide cluster

A highly luminescent octanuclear gold(I) carbide cluster
Claus Feldmann, Thomas J. Feuerstein, Marieke Po[German sz ligature}, Sebastian Bestgen, Tim P. Seifert, Peter W. Roesky
An octanuclear gold(I) carbide bridged amidinate cluster [Au8{[small mu ]3-([small eta]1:[small eta]2-C[triple bond, length as m-dash]C)}2(Me3SiC[triple bond, length as m-dash]CC(NDipp)2)4(tht)2], which is the first gold(I) complex with a [small mu ]3-[small eta]1:[small eta]2 carbide coordination, has been synthesized. The cluster shows intense luminescence with notable high quantum yields both in the solid state and in solution.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CC/~3/8nudANbac98/C7CC04171C

DOI: 2017/CC/C7CC04171C

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