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Novel tetrakis lanthanide β-diketonate complexes : structural study, luminescence properties and temperature sensing

Dimitrije Mara (UGent) , Flavia Artizzu (UGent) , Brecht Laforce (UGent) , Laszlo Vincze (UGent) , Kristof Van Hecke (UGent) , Rik Van Deun (UGent) and Anna Kaczmarek (UGent)
(2019) JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE. 213. p.343-355
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In this study, we report the synthesis and some new crystal structures of tetrakis lanthanide beta-diketonate complexes throughout the lanthanide series for homonuclear (Pr3+ Nd3+, Sm3+, Eu3+, Tb3+, Dy3+, Er3+ and Yb3+) as well as for heteronuclear (Eu3+ -Tb3+ and Tb3+ -Sm3+) complexes. The well-known 1,1,1-trifluoro-2,4-pentadione (Htfac) ligand has been used in the synthesis. Here, we show that when employing the same synthesis conditions, we can obtain complexes with different coordination environments of the lanthanide ions. This is strongly linked to the ionic radius of the lanthanide ion. The luminescence properties of the visible emitting complexes (Ln(3+) = Eu3+, Tb3+, Sm3+ and Dy3+) were investigated in solution as well as solid state. The near- infrared emitting complexes (Ln(3+) = Pr3+, Nd3+,Er3+ and Yb3+) were recorded in the solid state. The heteronuclear complexes (IEu1-xTbx(tfac)(8) ]Na-2-(2)+ (x: 0.59 (1) and 0.47 (2), Tb1-ySmy (tfac)(8)]Na-2-(2)+ (y: 0.1 (3) and 0.2 (4)) and homonuclear complex [Dy(tfac)(4))] (DyL4) exhibited temperature-dependent luminescence properties in the physiological range, with complex DyL4 showing the highest relative sensitivity S-r = 3.45% K-1 (280 K). Complex 2 also showed a high S-r = 2.70% K-1 (353 K), which makes them promising for application as physiological luminescence thermometers. To the best of our knowledge until now no lanthanide beta-diketonate complexes have been reported for use as good luminescence thermometers operating in the physiological range.
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Lanthanide tetrakis complexes, beta-Diketonate, Photoluminescence, Temperature sensing, PHOTOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES, CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE, EUROPIUM, EMISSION, TERBIUM, LIGAND, METAL, THERMOMETER, NEODYMIUM, SENSORS

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Mara, Dimitrije et al. “Novel Tetrakis Lanthanide Β-diketonate Complexes : Structural Study, Luminescence Properties and Temperature Sensing.” JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE 213 (2019): 343–355. Print.
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Mara, D., Artizzu, F., Laforce, B., Vincze, L., Van Hecke, K., Van Deun, R., & Kaczmarek, A. (2019). Novel tetrakis lanthanide β-diketonate complexes : structural study, luminescence properties and temperature sensing. JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE, 213, 343–355.
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Mara, Dimitrije, Flavia Artizzu, Brecht Laforce, Laszlo Vincze, Kristof Van Hecke, Rik Van Deun, and Anna Kaczmarek. 2019. “Novel Tetrakis Lanthanide Β-diketonate Complexes : Structural Study, Luminescence Properties and Temperature Sensing.” Journal of Luminescence 213: 343–355.
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Mara, Dimitrije, Flavia Artizzu, Brecht Laforce, Laszlo Vincze, Kristof Van Hecke, Rik Van Deun, and Anna Kaczmarek. 2019. “Novel Tetrakis Lanthanide Β-diketonate Complexes : Structural Study, Luminescence Properties and Temperature Sensing.” Journal of Luminescence 213: 343–355.
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Mara D, Artizzu F, Laforce B, Vincze L, Van Hecke K, Van Deun R, et al. Novel tetrakis lanthanide β-diketonate complexes : structural study, luminescence properties and temperature sensing. JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE. 2019;213:343–55.
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D. Mara et al., “Novel tetrakis lanthanide β-diketonate complexes : structural study, luminescence properties and temperature sensing,” JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE, vol. 213, pp. 343–355, 2019.
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  author       = {Mara, Dimitrije and Artizzu, Flavia and Laforce, Brecht and Vincze, Laszlo and Van Hecke, Kristof and Van Deun, Rik and Kaczmarek, Anna},
  issn         = {0022-2313},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE},
  keywords     = {Lanthanide tetrakis complexes,beta-Diketonate,Photoluminescence,Temperature sensing,PHOTOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES,CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE,EUROPIUM,EMISSION,TERBIUM,LIGAND,METAL,THERMOMETER,NEODYMIUM,SENSORS},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {343--355},
  title        = {Novel tetrakis lanthanide β-diketonate complexes : structural study, luminescence properties and temperature sensing},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jlumin.2019.05.035},
  volume       = {213},
  year         = {2019},
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