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Long-lived platinum(ii) diimine complexes with broadband excited-state absorption: efficient nonlinear absorbing materials

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Abstract

Platinum(II) diimine complexes with naphthalimide substituted fluorenylacetylide ligands are synthesized and characterized. The complexes exhibit long-lived 3ILCT or 3ILCT/3MLCT/3LLCT excited states (τ = ∼20–30 μs) and broadband triplet transient absorption in the visible-NIR region. Nonlinear transmission experiments at 532 nm demonstrate that these complexes are efficient nonlinear absorbing materials.

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Submitted
12 Jun 2012
Accepted
24 Aug 2012
First published
28 Aug 2012

Dalton Trans., 2012,41, 12353-12357
Article type
Communication

Long-lived platinum(II) diimine complexes with broadband excited-state absorption: efficient nonlinear absorbing materials

R. Liu, A. Azenkeng, Y. Li and W. Sun, Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 12353 DOI: 10.1039/C2DT31267K

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