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2D and 3D lanthanide metal-organic frameworks constructed from three benzenedicarboxylate ligands : synthesis, structure and luminescent properties

(2018) CRYSTENGCOMM. 20(5). p.615-623
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Nineteen lanthanide-benzenedicarboxylate complexes were obtained under similar hydrothermal conditions: [Ln(IP-Py)(HIP-Py)(H2O)(2)](n) (Ln = Pr (1), Sm (2), Eu (3), Gd (4), Tb (5), Dy (6)), [Ln(4)(IP)(6)(H2O)(4)(DMF) center dot DMF center dot mH(2)O](n) (Ln = Sm, m = 1 (7), Eu, m = 1.5 (8), Gd, m = 1.5 (9), Tb, m = 1.5 (10), Dy, m = 1 (11), Ho, m = 1.5 (12)), [Ln(2)(IP-Py)(2)(IP)(H2O)(4) center dot H2O](n) (Ln = Sm (13), Eu (14), Tb (15), Dy (16)) and [Ln(2)(IP-Py)(2)(TP)(H2O)(4) center dot H2O](n) (Ln = Sm (17), Eu (18), Gd (19)), where: H2IP-Py = 5-(4-pyridyl)-isophthalic acid), H2IP = isophthalic acid, H2TP = terephthalic acid. Complexes 1-6 exhibit a two-dimensional layered structure based on H2IP-Py. For 7-12, the Ln(3+) ions are linked into one-dimensional chains with two triple-stranded helices of opposite handedness and further constructed into a two-dimensional layer by coordination of the IP2- ligands. For complexes 13-16 and 17-19, a similar two-dimensional layer was formed by coordination of Ln(3+) and IP-Py2-, and three-dimensional pillar-layered frameworks were formed due to the layers bridged by the auxiliary IP2- or TP2- ligand, respectively. Most complexes show the characteristic narrow-banded lanthanide 4(fN) -4(fN) emission in combination with luminescence from the ligands, with the relative contribution depending on the energy transfer from the ligands to the lanthanides. The ligands play an important role in the sensitization of the lanthanide emission. The onset of the main excitation band for the Eu3+ complexes is found at the lowest energy for 14, enabling excitation by near-UV LEDs. The complexes containing the technologically relevant ions for (back) lighting applications, Tb3+ (green) and Eu3+ (red), are evaluated in detail in terms of luminescence lifetime and thermal stability. The emission intensity of selected Eu3+ and Tb3+ compounds is stable up to room temperature.
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LIGHT-EMITTING-DIODES, COORDINATION POLYMERS, MAGNETIC-PROPERTIES, 2+2 CYCLOADDITION, BUILDING-BLOCKS, ACID SYNTHESIS, PORE-SIZE, BEHAVIOR, LINKERS, DESIGN

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You, Li-Xin, Bai-Bei Zhao, Hui-Jie Liu, Shu-Ju Wang, Gang Xiong, Yong-Ke He, Fu Ding, Jonas Joos, Philippe Smet, and Ya-Guang Sun. 2018. “2D and 3D Lanthanide Metal-organic Frameworks Constructed from Three Benzenedicarboxylate Ligands : Synthesis, Structure and Luminescent Properties.” Crystengcomm 20 (5): 615–623.
APA
You, L.-X., Zhao, B.-B., Liu, H.-J., Wang, S.-J., Xiong, G., He, Y.-K., Ding, F., et al. (2018). 2D and 3D lanthanide metal-organic frameworks constructed from three benzenedicarboxylate ligands : synthesis, structure and luminescent properties. CRYSTENGCOMM, 20(5), 615–623.
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You L-X, Zhao B-B, Liu H-J, Wang S-J, Xiong G, He Y-K, et al. 2D and 3D lanthanide metal-organic frameworks constructed from three benzenedicarboxylate ligands : synthesis, structure and luminescent properties. CRYSTENGCOMM. 2018;20(5):615–23.
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You, Li-Xin, Bai-Bei Zhao, Hui-Jie Liu, et al. “2D and 3D Lanthanide Metal-organic Frameworks Constructed from Three Benzenedicarboxylate Ligands : Synthesis, Structure and Luminescent Properties.” CRYSTENGCOMM 20.5 (2018): 615–623. Print.
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  abstract     = {Nineteen lanthanide-benzenedicarboxylate complexes were obtained under similar hydrothermal conditions: [Ln(IP-Py)(HIP-Py)(H2O)(2)](n) (Ln = Pr (1), Sm (2), Eu (3), Gd (4), Tb (5), Dy (6)), [Ln(4)(IP)(6)(H2O)(4)(DMF) center dot DMF center dot mH(2)O](n) (Ln = Sm, m = 1 (7), Eu, m = 1.5 (8), Gd, m = 1.5 (9), Tb, m = 1.5 (10), Dy, m = 1 (11), Ho, m = 1.5 (12)), [Ln(2)(IP-Py)(2)(IP)(H2O)(4) center dot H2O](n) (Ln = Sm (13), Eu (14), Tb (15), Dy (16)) and [Ln(2)(IP-Py)(2)(TP)(H2O)(4) center dot H2O](n) (Ln = Sm (17), Eu (18), Gd (19)), where: H2IP-Py = 5-(4-pyridyl)-isophthalic acid), H2IP = isophthalic acid, H2TP = terephthalic acid. Complexes 1-6 exhibit a two-dimensional layered structure based on H2IP-Py. For 7-12, the Ln(3+) ions are linked into one-dimensional chains with two triple-stranded helices of opposite handedness and further constructed into a two-dimensional layer by coordination of the IP2- ligands. For complexes 13-16 and 17-19, a similar two-dimensional layer was formed by coordination of Ln(3+) and IP-Py2-, and three-dimensional pillar-layered frameworks were formed due to the layers bridged by the auxiliary IP2- or TP2- ligand, respectively. Most complexes show the characteristic narrow-banded lanthanide 4(fN) -4(fN) emission in combination with luminescence from the ligands, with the relative contribution depending on the energy transfer from the ligands to the lanthanides. The ligands play an important role in the sensitization of the lanthanide emission. The onset of the main excitation band for the Eu3+ complexes is found at the lowest energy for 14, enabling excitation by near-UV LEDs. The complexes containing the technologically relevant ions for (back) lighting applications, Tb3+ (green) and Eu3+ (red), are evaluated in detail in terms of luminescence lifetime and thermal stability. The emission intensity of selected Eu3+ and Tb3+ compounds is stable up to room temperature.},
  author       = {You, Li-Xin and Zhao, Bai-Bei and Liu, Hui-Jie and Wang, Shu-Ju and Xiong, Gang and He, Yong-Ke and Ding, Fu and Joos, Jonas and Smet, Philippe and Sun, Ya-Guang},
  issn         = {1466-8033},
  journal      = {CRYSTENGCOMM},
  keyword      = {LIGHT-EMITTING-DIODES,COORDINATION POLYMERS,MAGNETIC-PROPERTIES,2+2 CYCLOADDITION,BUILDING-BLOCKS,ACID SYNTHESIS,PORE-SIZE,BEHAVIOR,LINKERS,DESIGN},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {615--623},
  title        = {2D and 3D lanthanide metal-organic frameworks constructed from three benzenedicarboxylate ligands : synthesis, structure and luminescent properties},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c7ce01773a},
  volume       = {20},
  year         = {2018},
}

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