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Controlled Energy Transfer from a Ligand to an EuIII Ion: A Unique Strategy To Obtain Bright-White-Light Emission and Its Versatile Applications

Controlled Energy Transfer from a Ligand to an EuIII Ion: A Unique Strategy To Obtain Bright-White-Light Emission and Its Versatile Applications
Rajamouli Boddula, Santanab Giri, Kasturi Singh, Sivakumar Vaidyanathan
A single-molecule white-light-emissive europium complex was obtained as a result of the partial energy transfer from a functionalized phenanthroline-based ancillary ligand to a EuIII ion. The complex conjugated with a near-UV-light-emitting diode (395 nm) led to white-light emission with appropriate CIE color coordinates (x = 0.34 and y = 0.33) and a correlated color temperature of 5152 K. The temperature-sensing properties were also explored.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01255

DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01255

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