Organometallic Luminescence: A Case Study of Alq3, an OLED Reference Material contains many discoveries on Alq3, an important organometallic material to the optoelectronics community that includes insights that can be applied to other organic compounds. The book contains groundbreaking research from the author’s own investigation into the Alq3 material that is based on years of experiments, the results of which initially escaped any logical explanation. The book describes a simple method based on photoluminescence to observe optical properties in Alq3, also covering the optical properties of absorption and long decay from theoretical and experimental perspectives. Considers both theoretical and experimental measurements and an analysis of the optical properties of a key OLED reference material Includes detailed experimental data and a large number of tables and figures Describes and applies the photoluminescence method of considering the optical properties of Alq3 that can be applied to other optoelectronics materials
S. Di Bella, C. Dragonetti, M. Pizzotti, D. Roberto, F. Tessore, R. Ugo: Coordination and Organometallic Complexes as Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Molecular Materials.- M. G. Humphrey, M.P. Cifuentes, M. Samoc: NLO Molecules and Materials Based on Organometallics: Cubic NLO Properties.- L. Murphy, J. A. G. Williams: Luminescent Platinum Compounds: From Molecules to OLEDs. - Z. Liu, Z. Bian, C. Huang: Luminescent Iridium Complexes and Their Applications.- N. C. Fletcher, M. C. Lagunas: Chromo- and Fluorogenic Organometallic Sensors.- V. Guerchais, H. Le Bozec: Metal Complexes Featuring Photochromic Ligands.
|Author||: Kenneth Kam-Wing Lo|
|Publisher||: Academic Press|
|Release Date||: 2016-12-30|
|ISBN 10||: 012803887X|
|Pages||: 406 pages|
Inorganic and Organometallic Transition Metal Complexes with Biological Molecules and Living Cells provides a complete overview of this important research area that is perfect for both newcomers and expert researchers in the field. Through concise chapters written and edited by esteemed experts, this book brings together a comprehensive treatment of the area previously only available through scattered, lengthy review articles in the literature. Advanced topics of research are covered, with particular focus on recent advances in the biological applications of transition metal complexes, including inorganic medicine, enzyme inhibitors, antiparasital agents, and biological imaging reagents. Geared toward researchers and students who seek an introductory overview of the field, as well as researchers working in advanced areas Focuses on the interactions of inorganic and organometallic transition metal complexes with biological molecules and live cells Foscuses on the fundamentals and their potential therapeutic and diagnostic applications Covers recent biological applications of transition metal complexes, such as anticancer drugs, enzyme inhibitors, bioconjugation agents, chemical biology tools, and bioimaging reagents
|Author||: Anthony Peter Lewis|
|Release Date||: 1981|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
|Author||: Jack Yarwood,Richard Douthwaite,Simon Duckett|
|Publisher||: Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Release Date||: 2010-08-01|
|ISBN 10||: 1849730857|
|Pages||: 334 pages|
Spectroscopic Properties of Inorganic and Organometallic Compounds: Techniques, Materials and Applications provides a unique source of information in an important area of chemistry.
|Author||: William Douglas Bare|
|Release Date||: 2001|
|Pages||: 676 pages|
Arvind Kumar, Shih-Sheng Sun, and Alistair J. Lees: Photophysics and Photochemistry of Organometallic Rhenium Diimine Complexes; Conor Long: Photophysics of CO Loss from Simple Metal Carbonyl Complexes; Antonín Vlcek Jr: Ultrafast Excited-State Processes in Re(I) Carbonyl-Diimine Complexes: From Excitation to Photochemistry; Kenneth Kam-Wing Lo: Exploitation of Luminescent Organometallic Rhenium(I) and Iridium(III) Complexes in Biological Studies; Maria L. Muro , Aaron A. Rachford , Xianghuai Wang, and Felix N. Castellano: Platinum II Acetylide Photophysics; Andreas F. Rausch, Herbert H. H. Homeier, and Hartmut Yersin: Organometallic Pt(II) and Ir(III) Triplet Emitters for OLED Applications and the Role of Spin–Orbit Coupling: A Study Based on High-Resolution Optical Spectroscopy.
|Author||: Alaa S. Abd-El-Aziz,Pierre D. Harvey|
|Publisher||: Weinheim, Germany : Wiley-VCH|
|Release Date||: 2004|
|Pages||: 251 pages|
This volume is a compilation of articles written by some of the leading scientists presented at the Organometallic and Coordination Clusters and Polymers: Syntheses and Applications Symposium, the 87th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition in May, 2004, in London, Ontario, Canada.
|Author||: K. Kalyanasundaram,M. Grätzel|
|Publisher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Release Date||: 1993-05-31|
|ISBN 10||: 9780792322610|
|Pages||: 468 pages|
Photosensitization and photocatalysis refer to processes by which permanent chemical transformations are induced on substrates (organic/inorganic) by radiation to which the substrates themselves are transparent. Such transformations can be highly specific, very efficient, and occur under mild conditions. Herein lies the power of photochemical methods for possible applications in the field of conversion and storage of solar energy. This book provides a recent survey of the progress in this important area in catalysis, with an emphasis on inorganic complexes and organometallic compounds as the key light aborbers. The book is organized in three parts: fundamentals, followed by applications. Discussions cover a wide variety of photosensitized or photocatalyzed reactions: decomposition of water, reduction of CO2 and CO; spectral sensitization in photoelectrochemical cells; transformations (oxidation, reduction, isomerization, hydrogenation, dehydrogenation, carbonylation, etc.) of organics such as alkanes, alkenes, alcohols, etc. In view of the variety of systems (sensitizers, substrates) and the topics covered, the volume is unique in the field of photochemistry and will appeal to academic and industrial researchers in various subdisciplines of chemistry, material science and catalysis.
This volume highlights the recent advances and state of art in the experimental and theoretical studies of organometallic magnets. A plethora of organic ligands such as Mannich-base derivatives, redox-active chromophores, cyanides, Schiff base among others are used to coordinate to 3d transition metals, 4f lanthanides and 5f actinides to design the molecular magnets. Deep analysis of the coordination sphere symmetry, electronic distribution, luminescence are investigated to perform magneto-structural correlation leading to a better understanding of the magnetic properties. Furthermore, the rationalization of the magnetic behavior can be reached using ab initio calculations. The multiple applications that these molecular magnets offer could revolutionize the high-density data storage, spintronics and quantum computing technologies. This volume provides a discussion of these topics from leading international experts and will be a useful reference for researchers working in this field.
Developed from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Physical Chemistry and the Division of Physical Chemistry and the Division of Inorganic Chemistry, Inc., at the 203rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Francisco, California, April 5-10, 1992.