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Issue 38, 2017
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An intrinsic dual-emitting gold thiolate coordination polymer, [Au(+I)(p-SPhCO2H)]n, for ratiometric temperature sensing

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Abstract

The structure of a new lamellar gold thiolate coordination polymer is described. [Au(+I)(p-SPhCO2H)]n exhibits unique bent S–Au–S angles due to the presence of both aurophilic and hydrogen interactions. More interestingly, this compound is the first coordination polymer displaying intrinsic dual emission in a large temperature range, from 80 to 320 K, with a maximum sensitivity of 3% K−1 at 260 K, and it possesses high potential as an optical temperature sensor.

Graphical abstract: An intrinsic dual-emitting gold thiolate coordination polymer, [Au(+I)(p-SPhCO2H)]n, for ratiometric temperature sensing

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Submitted
09 Aug 2017
Accepted
13 Sep 2017
First published
13 Sep 2017

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2017,5, 9843-9848
Article type
Communication

An intrinsic dual-emitting gold thiolate coordination polymer, [Au(+I)(p-SPhCO2H)]n, for ratiometric temperature sensing

O. Veselska, L. Okhrimenko, N. Guillou, D. Podbevšek, G. Ledoux, C. Dujardin, M. Monge, D. M. Chevrier, R. Yang, P. Zhang, A. Fateeva and A. Demessence, J. Mater. Chem. C, 2017, 5, 9843
DOI: 10.1039/C7TC03605A

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