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An artificial antenna complex containing four Ru(bpy)32+-type chromophores as light-harvesting components and a Ru(bpy)(CN)42− subunit as the energy trap. A structural motif which resembles the natural photosynthetic systems

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Abstract

A cyclam subunit bearing four light-harvesting Ru(bpy)32+-type species is connected to a Ru(II) compound having low-lying excited states (energy trap) by hydrogen bonding: the light absorbed by the light-harvesting elements is funnelled to the energy trap with high efficiency.

Graphical abstract: An artificial antenna complex containing four Ru(bpy)32+-type chromophores as light-harvesting components and a Ru(bpy)(CN)42− subunit as the energy trap. A structural motif which resembles the natural photosynthetic systems

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Submitted
13 Nov 2002
Accepted
09 Dec 2002
First published
20 Dec 2002

Chem. Commun., 2003, 286-287
Article type
Communication

An artificial antenna complex containing four Ru(bpy)32+-type chromophores as light-harvesting components and a Ru(bpy)(CN)42− subunit as the energy trap. A structural motif which resembles the natural photosynthetic systems

F. Loiseau, G. Marzanni, S. Quici, M. T. Indelli and S. Campagna., Chem. Commun., 2003, 286
DOI: 10.1039/B211122E

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