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Ligand-Driven Coordination Sphere-Induced Engineering of Hybride Materials Constructed from PbCl2 and Bis-Pyridyl Organic Linkers for Single-Component Light-Emitting Phosphors

Ligand-Driven Coordination Sphere-Induced Engineering of Hybride Materials Constructed from PbCl2 and Bis-Pyridyl Organic Linkers for Single-Component Light-Emitting Phosphors
Ghodrat Mahmoudi, Mojtaba Amini, Rosa Carballo, Damir A. Safin, Filip Sagan, Alessia Bacchi, Sabina Rodríguez-Hermida, Atash V. Gurbanov, Mercedes Kukułka, Mariusz P. Mitoraj
Six PbII coordination polymers were assembled from PbCl2 and ligands LI and HLIIHLVI; structural and topological analyses are discussed. Tetrel bonding can play a key role for supramolecular aggregation of building units. Compounds [Pb2(LI)Cl4]n, [Pb2(LIV)Cl3]n, and [Pb(HLV)Cl2]n were found to be emissive in solid state at ambient temperature. Blue emission of [Pb2(LI)Cl4]n is due to ligand-centered transitions; bluish-green and white luminescence of [Pb2(LIV)Cl3]n and [Pb(HLV)Cl2]n, respectively, was assigned to LMCT mixed with MC excited states.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01189

DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01189

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