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Novel Luminescent Crystalline Materials of Gold(I) Complexes with Stimuli-Responsive Properties

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Introduction

This book highlights and investigates novel solid-state luminescent properties of crystals with stimuli-responsive behavior. Several novel molecular designs for controlling crystal structures with photo-physical properties are described, with a special focus on external stimuli-responsive properties. 

The major goal of the material design concept was to capitalize on the chirality of crystals with stimuli-responsive properties. To allow crystals’ chirality to be controlled and modified by means of external stimulation, the axial chirality of biaryl moiety was employed and, interestingly, produced several novel mechano- and vapo-responsive luminescent properties based on crystal-to-crystal or single-crystal-to-single-crystal phase transitions. In addition, the book details how the molecular rotation of luminophores in the solid phase can be used to achieve corresponding thermal-responsive phosphorescence.   

The reports presented here illustrate how the author has succeeded in controlling structural factors in a bulk environment by using molecular design with linking to photo-physical properties. The content will be of great interest to researchers in the field, and to members of chemical and material science societies. 

Keywords

Luminescent Gold(I) Complex External Stimuli-responsive Luminescence Crystal-to-Crystal Phase Transition Mechano-Responsive Luminescence Thermo-Responsive Phosphorescence Molecular Rotor

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Graduate School of Chemical Science and EngineeringHokkaido UniversitySapporoJapan

About the authors

Mingoo Jin is an Assistant Professor at Hokkaido University. He got a Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor Hajime Ito at Hokkaido University in 2018. His Ph.D. research subject was “Development of Novel Luminescent Crystalline Materials of Gold(I) Complexes with Stimuli-Responsive Properties”. After graduation he started as a postdoctoral researcher in Professor Miguel A. Garcia-Garibay's laboratory, University of California Los Angeles, and is investigating luminescent functional materials based on amphidynamic crystals. His research interests are Organometallic Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Computational Chemistry and Luminescent Solid-State Materials.

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