Heterometallic Cluster-Capped Tetrahedral Assemblies with Postsynthetic Modification of the Metal Cores

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Heterometallic Cluster-Capped Tetrahedral Assemblies with Postsynthetic Modification of the Metal Cores. / Shakirova, Julia R.; Grachova, Elena V.; Gurzhiy, Vladislav V.; Thangaraj, Senthil Kumar; Jänis, Janne; Melnikov, Alexey S.; Karttunen, Antti J.; Tunik, Sergey P.; Koshevoy, Igor O.

In: Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, Vol. 57, No. 43, 22.10.2018, p. 14154-14158.

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Shakirova, JR, Grachova, EV, Gurzhiy, VV, Thangaraj, SK, Jänis, J, Melnikov, AS, Karttunen, AJ, Tunik, SP & Koshevoy, IO 2018, 'Heterometallic Cluster-Capped Tetrahedral Assemblies with Postsynthetic Modification of the Metal Cores', Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, vol. 57, no. 43, pp. 14154-14158. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201809058

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Shakirova, J. R., Grachova, E. V., Gurzhiy, V. V., Thangaraj, S. K., Jänis, J., Melnikov, A. S., ... Koshevoy, I. O. (2018). Heterometallic Cluster-Capped Tetrahedral Assemblies with Postsynthetic Modification of the Metal Cores. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, 57(43), 14154-14158. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201809058

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Shakirova, Julia R. ; Grachova, Elena V. ; Gurzhiy, Vladislav V. ; Thangaraj, Senthil Kumar ; Jänis, Janne ; Melnikov, Alexey S. ; Karttunen, Antti J. ; Tunik, Sergey P. ; Koshevoy, Igor O. / Heterometallic Cluster-Capped Tetrahedral Assemblies with Postsynthetic Modification of the Metal Cores. In: Angewandte Chemie - International Edition. 2018 ; Vol. 57, No. 43. pp. 14154-14158.

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title = "Heterometallic Cluster-Capped Tetrahedral Assemblies with Postsynthetic Modification of the Metal Cores",
abstract = "Combining the star-shaped alkynyl ligands with low-nuclearity gold–copper triphosphane clusters produces 3D metallocage aggregates, which demonstrate room temperature phosphorescence in solution (max Φem=0.6). Their luminescence mainly originates from cluster-localized metal-to-ligand charge transfer excited state. These supramolecular assemblies can be easily converted into the isostructural gold-silver congeners by the direct exchange of the metal ions. Such modification of the terminal metal cores switches the emission to the intraligand (alkyne) electronic transitions of the triplet manifold, that represents an unusual optical functionality among the metallocycle/metallocage complexes.",
keywords = "alkyne ligands, cluster compounds, coinage metals, heterometallic complexes, phosphorescence",
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AU - Grachova, Elena V.

AU - Gurzhiy, Vladislav V.

AU - Thangaraj, Senthil Kumar

AU - Jänis, Janne

AU - Melnikov, Alexey S.

AU - Karttunen, Antti J.

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AU - Koshevoy, Igor O.

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AB - Combining the star-shaped alkynyl ligands with low-nuclearity gold–copper triphosphane clusters produces 3D metallocage aggregates, which demonstrate room temperature phosphorescence in solution (max Φem=0.6). Their luminescence mainly originates from cluster-localized metal-to-ligand charge transfer excited state. These supramolecular assemblies can be easily converted into the isostructural gold-silver congeners by the direct exchange of the metal ions. Such modification of the terminal metal cores switches the emission to the intraligand (alkyne) electronic transitions of the triplet manifold, that represents an unusual optical functionality among the metallocycle/metallocage complexes.

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