Your browser doesn't support javascript.
loading
Mostrar: 20 | 50 | 100
Resultados 1 - 20 de 25
Filtrar
Mais filtros










Base de dados
Assunto principal
Intervalo de ano de publicação
1.
J Am Chem Soc ; 142(2): 931-936, 2020 Jan 15.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31880442

RESUMO

A one-dimensional coordination solid 1c is synthesized by reaction of a bispyridyl dithienylethene (DTE) photochromic unit with the highly anisotropic dysprosium-based single-molecule magnet [Dy(Tppy)F(pyridine)2]PF6. Slow magnetic relaxation characteristics are retained in the chain compound 1c, and photoisomerization of the bridging DTE ligand induces a single-crystal-to-single-crystal transformation that can be monitored using photocrystallography. Notably, the resulting chain compound 1o exhibits faster low-temperature relaxation than that of 1c, which is apparent in magnetic hysteresis data collected for both compounds as high as 4 K. Ab initio calculations suggest that this photomodulation of the magnetic relaxation behavior is due to crystal packing changes rather than changes to the crystal field splitting upon ligand isomerization.

2.
J Am Chem Soc ; 141(51): 20026-20030, 2019 Dec 26.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31820955

RESUMO

With the help of a judicious association between dithienylethene (DTE) units, an ytterbium ion, and a ruthenium carbon-rich complex, we describe (i) the efficient (on/off) switching of pure NIR luminescence with a photochromic unit absorbing in the UV range and (ii) the association of electrochemical and photochemical control of this NIR emission in a single system with nondestructive readout.

3.
Langmuir ; 35(42): 13711-13717, 2019 Oct 22.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31550896

RESUMO

In this work, we report the preparation of functional interfaces incorporating heterobimetallic systems consisting in the association of an electroactive carbon-rich ruthenium organometallic unit and a luminescent lanthanide ion (Ln = Eu3+ and Yb3+). The organometallic systems are functionalized with a terminal hexylthiol group for subsequent gold surface modification. The formation of self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) with these complex molecular architectures are thoroughly demonstrated by employing a combination of different techniques, including infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy, ellipsometry, contact angle, and cyclic voltammetry measurements. The immobilized heterobimetallic systems show fast electron-transfer kinetics and, hence, are capable of fast electrochemical response. In addition, the characteristic electrochemical signals of the SAMs were found to be sensitive to the presence of lanthanide centers at the bipyridyl terminal units. A positive shift of the potential of the redox signal is readily observed for lanthanide complexes compared to the bare organometallic ligand. This effect is equally observed for preformed complexes and on-surface complexation. Thus, an efficient ligating recruitment of europium and ytterbium cations at gold-modified electrodes is demonstrated, allowing for an easy electrochemical detection of the lanthanide ions along with an alternative preparative method of SAMs incorporating lanthanide cations compared to the immobilization of the preformed complex.

4.
Dalton Trans ; 47(25): 8364-8374, 2018 Jun 25.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29897074

RESUMO

In this work, we explore the possibility of tuning the fluorescence intensity of two porphyrin systems through the electrochemical oxidation of an appended ruthenium acetylide bridge. Two electrochemically switchable systems, a dyad (ZnP-Ru, 3) and a triad (ZnP-Ru-P2H, 5), were prepared and investigated. In the ZnP-Ru dyad, the fluorescence of the zinc porphyrin was switched reversibly between the ON and OFF state upon the oxidation of the ruthenium unit, the most probable quenching process involved after oxidation being the electron transfer from the singlet excited state of ZnP to the oxidized ruthenium center. In the ZnP-Ru-P2H triad, we show that both porphyrins' fluorescence are highly quenched independent of the redox state of the ruthenium bridge owing to the efficient photoinduced charge transfer within the ruthenium complex.

5.
Dalton Trans ; 47(12): 4139-4148, 2018 Mar 28.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29469160

RESUMO

We report the synthesis of two lanthanide complexes including a chelating merocyanine (MC) ligand obtained from the reaction of a bis(pyridinemethyl)amine substituted spiropyran with yttrium(iii) or dysprosium(iii) triflate salts, whose structures were confirmed both in the solid state and in solution by single crystal X-ray diffraction studies and NMR investigations. The obtained merocyanine metal complexes can reversibly undergo a photo-triggered transformation consisting of a partial isomerization of the trans-merocyanine ligand to its cis isomer (cis-MC) providing complexes in which the metal-phenolate bond is retained. SQUID magnetometry experiments in combination with ab initio calculations were used to evidence and rationalize the single-molecule magnet behavior of the dysprosium complex and to probe the changes in the dysprosium ion local environment upon photo-isomerization.

6.
Angew Chem Int Ed Engl ; 57(7): 1933-1938, 2018 02 12.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29285845

RESUMO

The first dysprosium complexes with a terminal fluoride ligand are obtained as air-stable compounds. The strong, highly electrostatic dysprosium-fluoride bond generates a large axial crystal-field splitting of the J=15/2 ground state, as evidenced by high-resolution luminescence spectroscopy and correlated with the single-molecule magnet behavior through experimental magnetic susceptibility data and ab initio calculations.

7.
Inorg Chem ; 56(23): 14540-14555, 2017 Dec 04.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29160703

RESUMO

The preparation and properties of novel ruthenium carbon-rich complexes [(Ph-C≡C-)2-nRu(dppe)2(-C≡C-bipyM(hfac)2)n] (n = 1, 2; M = CuII, MnII; bipy = 2,2'-bipyridin-5-yl) characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction and designed for molecular magnetism are reported. With the help of EPR spectroscopy, we show that the neutral ruthenium system sets up a magnetic coupling between two remote paramagnetic CuII units. More specifically, these copper compounds are unique examples of bimetallic and linear heterotrimetallic compounds for which a complete rationalization of the magnetic interactions could be made for exceptionally long distances between the spin carriers (8.3 Å between adjacent Cu and Ru centers, 16.6 Å between external Cu centers) and compared at two different redox states. Surprisingly, oxidation of the ruthenium redox-active metal coupling unit (MCU), which introduces an additional spin unit on the carbon-rich part, leads to weaker magnetic interactions. In contrast, in the simpler parent complexes bearing only one paramagnetic metal unit [Ph-C≡C-Ru(dppe)2-C≡C-bipyCu(hfac)2], one-electron oxidation of the ruthenium bis(acetylide) unit generates an interaction between the Cu and Ru spin carriers of magnitude comparable to that observed between the two far apart Cu ions in the above corresponding neutral trimetallic system. Evaluation and rationalization of this coupling with theoretical tools are in rational agreement with experiments for such complex systems.

8.
Chemistry ; 23(42): 10205-10214, 2017 Jul 26.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-28544231

RESUMO

Two carbon-rich ruthenium complexes bearing a dithienylethene (DTE) unit and a hexylthiol spacer were designed to be attached on gold surfaces. Both compounds display photochemically driven switching properties, allowing reversible conversion from open to closed forms of the DTE units upon irradiation in solution. In contrast, only the bimetallic complex undergoes an efficient electrochemical ring closure at low potential, (0.5 V vs. SCE), whereas the monometallic complex shows a simple one-electron reversible redox event. These appealing switching properties could be successfully transferred within diluted self-assembled monolayers (SAMs). Furthermore, the two immobilized organometallics exhibit fast electron-transfer kinetics. Therefore, this organometallic strategy allows us to obtain multifunctional surfaces with the possibility of combining switching events triggered by an electrochemical oxidation at low potential and by light at distinct wavelengths for a write-and-erase function, along with an access to different oxidation states. Importantly, a non-destructive electrochemical read-out is achieved at a sufficiently high scan rate that prevents any electrochemical closing. On the whole, the two surface-confined organometallic compounds exhibit appealing properties for application in molecular electronics.

9.
Inorg Chem ; 55(24): 12635-12643, 2016 Dec 19.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27989201

RESUMO

In this work, we show that a dithienylethene (DTE) modified dipicolinic amide ligand can be a versatile tool to modulate Eu(III) and Yb(III) luminescence using light as an external stimulus. The nature of the modulation depends on the lanthanide emitter: with the europium ion, the DTE ligand quenches the red luminescence upon ring closure, whereas with the ytterbium ion, ring closure can be used to turn on the luminescence in the NIR range.

10.
Chemistry ; 22(43): 15222-15226, 2016 Oct 17.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-27595499

RESUMO

A spiropyran-based switchable ligand isomerizes upon reaction with lanthanide(III) precursors to generate complexes with an unusual N3 O5 coordination sphere. The air-stable dysprosium(III) complex shows a hysteresis loop at 2 K and a very strong axial magnetic anisotropy generated by the merocyanine phenolate donor.

11.
Langmuir ; 31(25): 7138-47, 2015 Jun 30.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-26053314

RESUMO

A new series of ruthenium organometallic carbon-rich complexes, exhibiting fast electron transfer kinetics combined to a low oxidation potential, was synthesized for self-assembled monolayer (SAM) formation on gold surfaces. The molecules consist of highly conjugated ruthenium(II) mono(σ-arylacetylide) or bis(σ-arylacetylide) complexes functionalized with different bridge units with specific (protected) anchoring groups that possess high affinity for gold, such as thiol, carbodithioate, and isocyanide. Single component and mixed SAMs were prepared and fully characterized by wettability studies, infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy (IRRAS), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), and electrochemical analyses. By applying the Laviron's formalism, fast electron transfer kinetics (≈10(4) s(-1)) were found at the derived self-assemblies while no significant effect could have been evidenced with variation of the bridging unit and of the anchoring moiety. Interestingly, a hexyl aliphatic spacer in the bridging unit with a thiol group and dilution with suitable nonelectroactive thiols lead to better SAM organization and packing, in comparison with undiluted complexes with shorter spacers. Such features make these compounds suitable alternatives to the widely used ferrocene center as redox-active building blocks for reversible charge storage devices.

12.
Inorg Chem ; 54(13): 6347-55, 2015 Jul 06.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-26068041

RESUMO

With the help of EPR spectroscopy, we show that the diamagnetic [Ru(dppe)2(-C≡C-R)2] system sets up a magnetic coupling between two organic radicals R, i.e., two nitronyl nitroxide or two verdazyl units, which is stronger than that of related platinum organometallic systems. Surprisingly, further oxidation of the ruthenium redox-active metal coupling unit (MCU), which introduces an additional spin unit on the carbon-rich part, leads to the switching off of this interaction. On the contrary, in simpler complexes bearing only one of the organic radical ligands [C6H5-C≡C-Ru(dppe)2-C≡C-R], one-electron oxidation of the transition metal unit generates an interaction between the two spin carriers of comparable magnitude to that observed in the above corresponding neutral systems.

13.
Inorg Chem ; 53(15): 8172-88, 2014 Aug 04.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-25033266

RESUMO

The association of a dithienylethene (DTE) system with ruthenium carbon-rich systems allows reaching sophisticated and efficient light- and electro-triggered multifunctional switches R-[Ru]-C≡C-DTE-C≡C-[Ru]-R, featuring multicolor electrochromism and electrochemical cyclization at remarkably low voltage. The spin density on the DTE ligand and the energetic stabilization of the system upon oxidation could be manipulated to influence the closing event, owing to the noninnocent behavior of carbon-rich ligands in the redox processes. A combination of spectroscopic (UV-vis-NIR-IR and EPR) and electrochemical studies, with the help of quantum chemical calculations, demonstrates that one can control and get a deeper understanding of the electrochemical ring closure with a slight modification of ligands remote from the DTE unit. This electrochemical cyclization was established to occur in the second oxidized state (EEC mechanism), and the kinetic rate constant in solution was measured. Importantly, these complexes provide an unprecedented experimental means to directly probe the remarkable efficiency of electronic (spin) delocalization between two trans carbon-rich ligands through a metal atom, in full agreement with the theoretical predictions. In addition, when no cyclization occurs upon oxidation, we could achieve a redox-triggered magnetic switch.

14.
Inorg Chem ; 53(5): 2361-3, 2014 Mar 03.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-24528003

RESUMO

A ruthenium carbon-rich-based ligand that brings redox reversibility to a dysprosium-based single-molecule magnet is reported. Long-distance perturbation of the 4f ion is achieved upon oxidation, resulting in an overall enhancement of the magnetic slow relaxation.

15.
Nat Commun ; 5: 3023, 2014.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-24394717

RESUMO

Individual molecules have been demonstrated to exhibit promising applications as functional components in the fabrication of computing nanocircuits. Based on their advantage in chemical tailorability, many molecular devices with advanced electronic functions have been developed, which can be further modulated by the introduction of external stimuli. Here, orthogonally modulated molecular transport junctions are achieved via chemically fabricated nanogaps functionalized with dithienylethene units bearing organometallic ruthenium fragments. The addressable and stepwise control of molecular isomerization can be repeatedly and reversibly completed with a judicious use of the orthogonal optical and electrochemical stimuli to reach the controllable switching of conductivity between two distinct states. These photo-/electro-cooperative nanodevices can be applied as resettable electronic logic gates for Boolean computing, such as a two-input OR and a three-input AND-OR. The proof-of-concept of such logic gates demonstrates the possibility to develop multifunctional molecular devices by rational chemical design.

16.
Org Lett ; 14(17): 4454-7, 2012 Sep 07.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22901244

RESUMO

The full or stepwise controlled closing of identical photochromic dithienylethene units in the same molecule was addressed with a combination of electrochemical and optical stimuli in a trimetallic carbon-rich ruthenium complex.

17.
Chem Commun (Camb) ; 48(33): 3948-50, 2012 Apr 25.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22422043

RESUMO

The association of a carbon-rich ruthenium complex with an anisotropic dysprosium ion leads to a unique complex showing SMM behaviour with multiple relaxation processes.

18.
Inorg Chem ; 51(3): 1902-15, 2012 Feb 06.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22224505

RESUMO

Triruthenium [(dppe)(2)Ru{-C≡C-1,4-C(6)H(2)-2,5-R(2)-CH═CH-RuCl(CO)(P(i)Pr(3))(2)}(2)](n+) (4a, R = H; 4b, R = OMe) containing unsymmetrical (ethynyl)(vinyl)phenylene bridging ligands and displaying five well-separated redox states (n = 0-4) are compared to their bis(alkynyl)ruthenium precursors (dppe)(2)Ru{-C≡C-1,4-C(6)H(2)-2,5-R(2)-C≡CR'} (2a,b: R' = TMS; 3a,b: R' = H) and their symmetrically substituted bimetallic congeners, complexes {Cl(dppe)(2)Ru}(2){µ-C≡C-1,4-C(6)H(2)-2,5-R(2)-C≡C} (A(a), R = H; A(b), R = OMe) and {RuCl(CO)(P(i)Pr(3))(2)}(2){µ-CH═CH-1,4-C(6)H(2)-2,5-R(2)-CH═CH} (V(a), R = H; V(b), R = OMe) as well as the mixed (ethynyl)(vinyl)phenylene bridged [Cl(dppe)(2)Ru-C≡C-1,4-C(6)H(4)-CH═CH-RuCl(CO)(P(i)Pr(3))(2)] (M(a)). Successive one-electron transfer steps were studied by means of cyclic voltammetry, EPR and UV-vis-NIR-IR spectroelectrochemistry. These studies show that the first oxidation mainly involves the central bis(alkynyl) ruthenium moiety with only limited effects on the appended vinyl ruthenium moieties. The second to fourth oxidations (n = 2, 3, 4) involve the entire carbon-rich conjugated path of the molecule with an increased charge uniformly distributed between the two arms of the molecules, including the terminal vinyl ruthenium sites. In order to assess the charge distribution, we judiciously use (13)CO labeled analogues to distinguish stretching vibrations due to the acetylide triple bonds and the intense and charge-sensitive Ru(CO) IR probe in different oxidation states. The comparison between complex pairs 4a,b(n+) (n = 0-3), A(a,b)(n+) and V(a,b)(n+) (n = 0-2) serves to elucidate the effect of the methoxy donor substituents on the redox and spectroscopic properties of these systems in their various oxidation states and on the metal/ligand contributions to their frontier orbitals.

19.
Chemistry ; 17(50): 14178-98, 2011 Dec 09.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22052676

RESUMO

Acetylacetonato-platina[6]- and -platina[7]helicenes have been prepared from 2-pyridyl-substituted benzophenanthrene ligands by following a two-step cycloplatination reaction. The photophysical properties (UV-visible absorption and emission behavior) and chiroptical properties (circular dichroism and molar rotation) of the resolved enantiomers have been measured. These metallahelicenes constitute a novel family of easily accessible helicene derivatives that exhibit large and tuneable chiroptical properties that can be rationalized theoretically and compared to the parent [6]- and [7]carbohelicenes. Furthermore, they are red phosphors at room temperature and their large chiroptical properties can be modulated by oxidation of the metal center to Pt(IV). Hetero- and homochiral diastereomeric bis(metallahelicene)s that possess a rare Pt(III)-Pt(III) scaffold bridged by benzoato ligands have also been prepared. It is shown that the heterochiral (P,M)-bis(Pt(III)-[6]helicene) 9a(1) can isomerize into the homochiral (P,P)- and (M,M)-bis(Pt(III)-[6]helicene) 9a(2). Spectral assignments and an analysis of the optical rotation of these systems were made with the help of time-dependent density functional theory. The calculations highlight the contributions of the metal centers to the chiroptical properties. For 9a(1) and 9a(2), σ-π conjugation between the helicenes and the Pt-Pt moiety may contribute strongly to the optical rotation and electronic circular dichroism.

SELEÇÃO DE REFERÊNCIAS
DETALHE DA PESQUISA