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Study on Photoluminescence of 2-(4-Chloro-Benzoyl)Benzoic Acid Complexes
Li Zhao-ye1; Geng Xiao-tian1; Wang Juan1; Zhao Ying2; Wu Hong3; Yan Jian-bo3; Wang Yun-you3; Sun Bo1
2009-11-01
Source PublicationSPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS
ISSN1000-0593
Volume29Issue:11Pages:2904-2908
AbstractEight complexes of europium and terbium were synthesized, with 2-(4-chloro-benzoyl)benzoic acid as an essential ligand and other three distinct ligands, including 1, 10-phenanthroline, triphenylphosphine oxide and diphenyl sulfoxide, as selective ligands. They were Eu(CBBA)(3)(H(2)O)(4), Eu(CBBA)(3)(Phen)(H(2)O)(6), Eu(CBBA)(3)(TPPO)(H(2)O)(4), Eu(CBBA)(3)(DPSO) (H(2)O)(5), Tb(CBBA)(3)(H(2)O)(4), Tb(CBBA)(3)(Phen)(H(2)O)(3), Tb(CBBA)(3)(TPPO)(H(2)O)(2) and Tb(CBBA)(3)(DPSO)(H(2)O)(4), respectively. Then their excitation and emission spectra were measured, and that how the central ions were differently impacted by the three second ligands was also compared. It was easily to be seen that from the spectra all the complexes luminesced with the similar special peaks. However, the luminescence intensity was evidently distinct, because 1, 10-phenanthroline, triphenylphosphine oxide and diphenyl sulfoxide were coordinated with them, and exerted different effects on transferring energy to the central ions. In the complexes of europium, Eu(CBBA)(3)(Phen)(H(2)O)(6) and Eu(CBBA)(3)(DPSO)(H(2)O)(5) each luminesced more strongly than Eu(CBBA)(3)(HzO)(4), however, Eu(CBBA)(3)(TPPO)(H(2)O)(4) luminesced more weakly than Eu(CBBA)(3)(H(2)O)(4) Moreover, Eu(CBBA)(3)(DPSO)(H(2)O)(5) luminesced more intensely than Eu(CBBA)(3)(Phen)(H(2)O)(6). So 1,10-phenanthroline and diphenyl sulfoxide could sensitize the luminescence, whereas triphenylphosphine oxide could quench the luminescence in the certain Eu complexes. In Tb complexes, diphenyl sulfoxide sensitized the luminescence of Tb(CBBA)(3)(DPSO)(H(2)O)(4), and reversely, 1, 10-phenanthroline and triphenylphosphine oxide quenched differently the luminescence of Tb(CBBA)(3)(Phen)(H(2)O)(3) and Tb(CBBA)(3)(TPPO)(H(2)O)(2). 1, 10-phenanthroline quenched more strongly than triphenylphosphine. From IR spectra, the structure of the complexes was conjectured approximately. In the region of 3 200-3 600 cm(-1), there were some weak vibrant peaks owed to hydroxyl of water, a good proof that there were water molecules in the complexes themselves.
KeywordEuropium Terbium Triphenylphosphine Oxide Diphenyl Sulfoxide 2-(4-chloro-benzoyl) Benzoic Acid 1 10-phenanthroline
DOI10.3964/j.issn.1000-0593(2009)11-2904-05
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000271875400007
PublisherOFFICE SPECTROSCOPY & SPECTRAL ANALYSIS
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iccas.ac.cn/handle/121111/67612
Collection中国科学院化学研究所
Corresponding AuthorSun Bo
Affiliation1.Nankai Univ, Dept Chem Mat, Coll Chem, Tianjin 300071, Peoples R China
2.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Chem, State Key Lab Polymer Phys & Chem, Beijing 100080, Peoples R China
3.China Dankong Ind & Trade Grp Co, Taizhou 318000, Peoples R China
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Li Zhao-ye,Geng Xiao-tian,Wang Juan,et al. Study on Photoluminescence of 2-(4-Chloro-Benzoyl)Benzoic Acid Complexes[J]. SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS,2009,29(11):2904-2908.
APA Li Zhao-ye.,Geng Xiao-tian.,Wang Juan.,Zhao Ying.,Wu Hong.,...&Sun Bo.(2009).Study on Photoluminescence of 2-(4-Chloro-Benzoyl)Benzoic Acid Complexes.SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS,29(11),2904-2908.
MLA Li Zhao-ye,et al."Study on Photoluminescence of 2-(4-Chloro-Benzoyl)Benzoic Acid Complexes".SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS 29.11(2009):2904-2908.
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