1D Polymeric Platinum Cyanoximate: A Strategy toward Luminescence in the Near-Infrared Region beyond 1000 nm

Author(s): Danielle R. Klaus, Matthew Keene, Svitlana Silchenko, Mikhail Berezin, and Nikolay Gerasimchuk
Date of Publication: January 2015
Abstract:

The dark-green complex Pt(DECO)2 of PtII with a new cyanoxime ligand, 2-cyano-2-oximino-N,N′-diethylaminoacetamide, self-assembles into 1D stacks held by metallophillic interactions. The formed polymer demonstrates unique optical characteristics, showing broad absorption at ∼400−900 nm and pronounced near-infrared luminescence at 1000−1100 nm in the solid state. This finding opens a way of preparation of a new class of 1D polymeric metal complexes with emission beyond 1000 nm.

Citation: 1D Polymeric Platinum Cyanoximate: A Strategy toward Luminescence in the Near-Infrared Region beyond 1000 nm. D.R. Klaus, M. Keene, S. Silchenko, M. Berezin, and N. Gerasimchuk. Inorganic Chemistry, 2015 54 (4), 1890-1900.
Team(s): Plant Team