Emissive lead(II) benzenedicarboxylate metal-organic frameworks

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Abstract

Two known Pb(II) metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), pseudo-supramolecular isomeric pairs synthesized namely, [Pb\(_{3}\)(BDC)\(_{3}\)(DMF)\(_{3.5}\)] (1) and [Pb(BDC)(H\(_{2}\)O)] (2) (where BDC \(=\) benzenedicarboxylate) were synthesized and reexamined their structures to determine the topology of the networks. In that 1 displayed a 3D (10,3)-b linked network with having the ths topology whereas 2 shows a (6,3) 2D layers interconnected to a 3D framework structure. Remarkably, the desolvation of both 1 and 2 cause structural transformation to a known 3D network structure of [Pb(BDC)]\(_n\) (3) as established by X-ray powder diffraction patterns. Photoluminescence studies in the solid-state at room temperature of 13 compounds exhibit interesting luminescence close to white light region due to ligand-to-metal charge-transfer (LMCT).

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Synopsis: Two pseudo-supramolecular isomeric pairs of Pb(II) metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have been synthesized which show structural transformation to desolvated 3D network structure. All the compounds exhibit interesting solid-state photoluminescence at room temperature which is very close to white light emission.

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Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) lead (II) structural transformation photoluminescence white light emission 

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Acknowledgements

A. M. P. P. would like to acknowledge the support provided by KACST for funding this work through NSTIP. Project No. 14-ENE2278-04. The author is grateful to Prof. J. J. Vittal (National University of Singapore) for helpful discussion on the article.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ChemistryKing Fahd University of Petroleum and MineralsDhahranSaudi Arabia
  2. 2.Centre of Excellence in Nanotechnology (CENT)King Fahd University of Petroleum and MineralsDhahranSaudi Arabia

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