Sensitisation of lanthanide luminescence by rhenium tetrazolato complexes
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Luminescent inorganic compounds have received a great deal of attention due to the ability to modulate their properties and obtain highly emissive compounds for applications in light emitting devices and cellular labelling. This study targets the formation of emissive, multinuclear, tetrazolato complexes of Re(I), and utilises these complexes as sensitisers for lanthanide luminescence. The results increase the understanding of energy transfer mechanisms in d-f metal complexes, and highlight an interesting area for potential investigation.
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