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Issue 90, 2017
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Intrinsic triple-emitting 2D copper thiolate coordination polymer as a ratiometric thermometer working over 400 K range

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Abstract

A copper thiolate coordination polymer, [Cu(p-SPhCO2Me)]n, is described and exhibits, under UV, luminescence thermochromism, associated to a unique well-separated triple emission. This compound is the most promising candidate as a ratiometric temperature sensor, working in a wide temperature range, from 100 to 500 K, with a great sensitivity.

Graphical abstract: Intrinsic triple-emitting 2D copper thiolate coordination polymer as a ratiometric thermometer working over 400 K range

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Submitted
30 Aug 2017
Accepted
24 Oct 2017
First published
25 Oct 2017

Chem. Commun., 2017,53, 12225-12228
Article type
Communication

Intrinsic triple-emitting 2D copper thiolate coordination polymer as a ratiometric thermometer working over 400 K range

O. Veselska, D. Podbevšek, G. Ledoux, A. Fateeva and A. Demessence, Chem. Commun., 2017, 53, 12225
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC06815H

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