1D polymeric platinum cyanoximate: a strategy toward luminescence in the near-infrared region beyond 1000 nm
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.
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Klaus, Danielle R., Matthew Keene, Svitlana Silchenko, Mikhail Berezin, and Nikolay Gerasimchuk. "1D polymeric platinum cyanoximate: a strategy toward luminescence in the near-infrared region beyond 1000 nm," Inorganic chemistry 54, no. 4 (2015): 1890-1900.