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Regulation of metal–metal interactions and chromic phenomena of multi-decker platinum complexes having π-systems

Regulation of metal–metal interactions and chromic phenomena of multi-decker platinum complexes having π-systems
Double-decker platinum complexes with N-heteroaromatic ligands have attracted increasing interest due to their outstanding luminescent properties and rich redox behavior. In this review, the design principles and recent observations on luminescent and redox-active double-decker platinum complexes are discussed. Because these properties are precisely controlled by intra- and intermolecular Pt⋯Pt electronic interactions, double-decker platinum complexes have been also used to obtain phenomena driven by stimulus–responsive color and luminescence change, such as vapochromism, mechanochromism, thermochromism, and electrochromism. This review also summarizes chromic materials based on double-decker platinum complexes influenced by changes in the Pt⋯Pt electronic interactions.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0010854517303107

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