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Four one-dimensional lanthanide-phenylacetate polymers exhibiting luminescence and magnetic cooling/spin-glass behavior

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First Author:Li, Zhong-Yi

Correspondence Author:Zhai, B; Cao, GX (reprint author), Shangqiu Normal Univ, Coll Chem & Chem Engn, Engn Res Ctr Photoelect Funct Mat, Henan Key Lab Biomol Recognit & Sensing, Shangqiu 476000, Peoples R China.; Zhang, JJ (reprint author), Dalian Univ Technol, Chem Coll, Dalian 116024, Peoples R China.

Co-authors:Xu, Ya-Lan,Zhang, Xiang-Fei,Zhai, Bin,Zhang, Fu-Li,Zhang, Jian-Jun,Zhang, Chi,Li, Su-Zhi,Cao, Guang-Xiu

Date of Publication:2017-12-21

Journal:DALTON TRANSACTIONS

Included Journals:SCIE、EI

Volume:46

Issue:47

Page Number:16485-16492

ISSN No.:1477-9226

Abstract:Four isostructural lanthanide coordination polymers with a phenylacetate (PAA(-)) ligand, [Ln(PAA)(3)(H2O)](n) (Ln = Eu (1); Gd (2); Tb (3); Dy (4)), were synthesized under hydrothermal conditions. Complexes 1-4 display a one-dimensional (1D) wave chain structure bridged by the carboxylate of the PAA(-) ligand, which was generated via the in situ decarboxylation of phenylmalonic acid. Magnetic studies suggest the presence of ferromagnetic Ln...Ln coupling in the 1D chain of 1-4. Meanwhile, 2 has a significant cryogenic magnetocaloric effect with the maximum -Delta S-m of 26.73 at 3 K and 7 T, and 3 and 4 show interesting spin-glass behavior, which is rarely reported for Ln-containing complexes. Additionally, the solid-state photophysical properties of 1 and 3 display strong characteristic Eu3+ and Tb3+ photoluminescence emission in the visible region, indicating that Eu- and Tb-based luminescence are sensitized by the effective energy transfer from the ligand to the metal centers.

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