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Excited states of transition metal complexes for medical applications and solar energy conversion

Various aspects of photochemotherapy to solar energy conversion are shown to have excited states visible to near-IR light that are able to undergo reactivity for applications ranging from photosynthesis to solar energy conversion. Complex 1 is able to photocleave DNA at pH = 5. 3 on irradiation with visible light, but no photocleavage is found at neutral pH.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022SPIE11998E..06T/abstract


Importance of non-covalent interactions in a nitrile anion metal-complex based on pyridine ligands: A theoretical and experimental approach

The neutral complex is located along a two-fold axis of a crystallographic two-fold axis. The iron atom is octahedrally coordinated, with two thiocyanato ligands in cis positions and two spyridine ligands coordinated by two pyridine ligands coordinated via the nitrogen atoms of only two of the three pyridine rings, and two pyridine ligands coordinated via the nitrogen atoms of only two of the three pyridine rings coordinated. The most prominent dimers' interaction energies are expected to reach up to 101 kJ, according to a comprehensive review of the Hirshfeld surfaces, with the best dimer stabilized by bifurcated Csbnd HS hydrogen bonds and additional interactions. From a combined review of the crystal structure, such as the H&H bonds, as well as the presence of several delocalized van der Waals forces, which are mostly of dispersive origins, which are mainly of dispersive origins, it was possible to discover new specific intermolecular interactions that contribute to the crystal structure, such as the H&H bonds and the Non-Covalent Interaction index.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022JMoSt126132885S/abstract


In situ-formed tetrahedrally coordinated double-helical metal complexes for improved coordination-activated n-doping

In situ coordination-activated n-doping by air-stable metals in electron-transport organic ligands has been a simple way to obtain Ohmic electron injection for organic optoelectronics. A deep blue organic light-emitting diode with an optimized EIL achieves a high current efficiency calibrated by the y color coordinates 237 cd A 1 and a stunning LT95 of 104. 1 h at 5000 cd m 2, a remarkable LT95 of 102 h.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022NatCo..13.1215L/abstract


Enhancement of the Magnetoelectric Effect Using the Dynamic Jahn-Teller Effect in a Transition-Metal Complex

In comparison to the linear ME effect in ME multiferroic materials, this appearance of electric polarization does not require magnetic order. The alignment of the JT distortion by the magnetic field results in the significant electric polarization observed in the large electric polarization observed in our estimation, factoring in the single-ion-type magnetic anisotropy resulting from the spin-orbit reaction and ferrodistortive intermolecular interaction. Our findings, on the other hand, reveal a novel way to achieve strong ME coupling by finessing the atomic displacement using a magnetic field.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022PhRvL.128k7601O/abstract


Studies on the serum glucose reducing effect of vanadium metal complexes on Wistar rats

PTP-1B is a protein that regulates inhibity activity of these vanadium metal complexes. Vanadium complexes, according to Kinetic studies, are excellent PTP-1B enzyme inhibitors. The order of glucose reduction properties of these metal complexes from various experiments is determined to be the same. Compared to methyl Imidazole and ethyl imidazole, the vanadium ternary metal complex made from 2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-3,5-heptanedione and imidazole as ligands has exhibited increased potency than methyl Imidazole and ethyl imidazole.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022JMoSt126132825S/abstract


Surface isolation of single metal complexes or clusters by a coating sieving layer via atomic layer deposition

In several industrial applications, surface immobilization of metal complexes or clusters with a specific metal number and coordination system on solid supports is essential. We achieve molecular surface separation by selective atomic layer deposition by selectively depositing TiO 2 sieving layers around supported Co single molecules or gold clusters with hydrophobic ligands. After removing the ligands at high temperatures, surface isolation also helps prevents the leaching and aggregation of gold clusters.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022CRPS....300787Z/abstract

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