Spectral and nonlinear optical properties of metal complexes with 1,2-naphthalocyanine in silicate gel matrices View Full Text


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2007-07

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R. T. Kuznetsova, N. S. Savenkova, G. V. Maier, S. M. Arabei, T. A. Pavich, K. N. Solov’ev

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We have studied the influence of the method for embedding metal (Yb or Zn) complexes with 1,2-naphthalocyanine into nanoporous silicate xerogels (directly during sol-gel synthesis or by impregnation of the xerogel) and the nature of the Yb3+ exoligand (anionic Cl− or acetylacetone) on the spectral properties and structure of impurity molecular centers. It is shown that the degree of protonation and/or aggregation of the studied metal complexes is determined by the average surface concentration of HO-Si≡ silanol groups of the gel-matrix nanopores. It is established that the Yb complex with 1,2-naphthalocyanine and the anionic ligand Cl− penetrates to the greatest extent from solution into the inner cavities of the xerogel (degree of impregnation). This is due to quasichemical interaction of pigment molecules with the dehydroxylated nanopore surface containing ≡Si-O-Si≡ siloxane bridges. It is shown that the investigated metal complexes in both liquid solutions and solid-state silicate gel-matrices have a limiting effect on powerful optical radiation. More... »

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485-493

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