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Issue 12, 2019
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An ultrastable metal–organic material emits efficient and broadband bluish white-light emission for luminescent thermometers

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Abstract

We discover a rare bluish white-light-emitting Sb3+-based coordination polymer with an unusually large Stokes shift of 230 nm (2.3 eV), ascribed to the assymetric–symmetric coordination shift of the Sb3+ centers. The photoemission renders both a high photoluminescence quantum yield exceeding 30% and a large full width at half maximum of 116 nm. Moreover, the strongly light-emissive material exhibits a linear relationship between the correlated color temperature and the absolute temperature in a wide range (157–457 K), thus presenting the first solid-state luminescent thermometer based on photoemission energy.

Graphical abstract: An ultrastable metal–organic material emits efficient and broadband bluish white-light emission for luminescent thermometers

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Submitted
01 Nov 2018
Accepted
12 Dec 2018
First published
12 Dec 2018

Chem. Commun., 2019,55, 1702-1705
Article type
Communication

An ultrastable metal–organic material emits efficient and broadband bluish white-light emission for luminescent thermometers

J. Yin, G. Zhang, C. Peng and H. Fei, Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 1702
DOI: 10.1039/C8CC08726A

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