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Self-assembly of singlet-emitting double-helical silver dimers: the curious coordination chemistry and fluorescence of bisquinolylpyridone

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Self-assembly of singlet-emitting double-helical silver dimers : the curious coordination chemistry and fluorescence of bisquinolylpyridone. / Farrow, Charlotte; Halcovitch, Nathan Ross; Akien, Geoffrey Richard; Platts, James A.; Coogan, Michael Peter.

In: Dalton Transactions, Vol. 47, No. 11, 21.03.2018, p. 3906-3912.

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Farrow, Charlotte; Halcovitch, Nathan Ross; Akien, Geoffrey Richard; Platts, James A.; Coogan, Michael Peter / Self-assembly of singlet-emitting double-helical silver dimers : the curious coordination chemistry and fluorescence of bisquinolylpyridone.

In: Dalton Transactions, Vol. 47, No. 11, 21.03.2018, p. 3906-3912.

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title = "Self-assembly of singlet-emitting double-helical silver dimers: the curious coordination chemistry and fluorescence of bisquinolylpyridone",
abstract = "2,6-Bis(2-quinolyl)-4(1H)-pyridone 1, a novel quinoline analogue of the well-known ligand 2-terpyridone, shows unusual fluorescence with a large Stokes shift and low energy emission. Pyridine-pyridone tautomerism is investigated by NMR and theoretical methods and indicates that the low energy emission is from the pyridine form. 1 reacts with Ag(I) salts to give a double helical Ag2N6 core showing a BLUE shift in fluorescence with respect to the free ligand, which has been characterised experimentally and theoretically as involving an unusual mixed MLCT/ILCT excited state and emission from a singlet state",
author = "Charlotte Farrow and Halcovitch, {Nathan Ross} and Akien, {Geoffrey Richard} and Platts, {James A.} and Coogan, {Michael Peter}",
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year = "2018",
month = "3",
doi = "10.1039/C7DT04744D",
volume = "47",
pages = "3906--3912",
journal = "Dalton Transactions",
issn = "1477-9226",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
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AU - Coogan,Michael Peter

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N2 - 2,6-Bis(2-quinolyl)-4(1H)-pyridone 1, a novel quinoline analogue of the well-known ligand 2-terpyridone, shows unusual fluorescence with a large Stokes shift and low energy emission. Pyridine-pyridone tautomerism is investigated by NMR and theoretical methods and indicates that the low energy emission is from the pyridine form. 1 reacts with Ag(I) salts to give a double helical Ag2N6 core showing a BLUE shift in fluorescence with respect to the free ligand, which has been characterised experimentally and theoretically as involving an unusual mixed MLCT/ILCT excited state and emission from a singlet state

AB - 2,6-Bis(2-quinolyl)-4(1H)-pyridone 1, a novel quinoline analogue of the well-known ligand 2-terpyridone, shows unusual fluorescence with a large Stokes shift and low energy emission. Pyridine-pyridone tautomerism is investigated by NMR and theoretical methods and indicates that the low energy emission is from the pyridine form. 1 reacts with Ag(I) salts to give a double helical Ag2N6 core showing a BLUE shift in fluorescence with respect to the free ligand, which has been characterised experimentally and theoretically as involving an unusual mixed MLCT/ILCT excited state and emission from a singlet state

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