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Spin chemical control of photoinduced electron-transfer processes in ruthenium(II)-trisbipyridine-based supramolecular triads

Spin chemical control of photoinduced electron-transfer processes in ruthenium(II)-trisbipyridine-based supramolecular triads

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KLUMPP, Thomas, Markus LINSENMANN, Steven L. LARSON, Bradford R. LIMOGES, Dieter BÜRSSNER, Evgenii B. KRISSINEL, C. Michael ELLIOTT, Ulrich STEINER, 1999. Spin chemical control of photoinduced electron-transfer processes in ruthenium(II)-trisbipyridine-based supramolecular triads. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 121(5), pp. 1076-1087. ISSN 0002-7863. eISSN 1520-5126. Available under: doi: 10.1021/ja983373x

@article{Klumpp1999chemi-9596, title={Spin chemical control of photoinduced electron-transfer processes in ruthenium(II)-trisbipyridine-based supramolecular triads}, year={1999}, doi={10.1021/ja983373x}, number={5}, volume={121}, issn={0002-7863}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society}, pages={1076--1087}, author={Klumpp, Thomas and Linsenmann, Markus and Larson, Steven L. and Limoges, Bradford R. and Bürssner, Dieter and Krissinel, Evgenii B. and Elliott, C. Michael and Steiner, Ulrich} }

1999 Klumpp, Thomas Elliott, C. Michael Steiner, Ulrich eng 2011-03-24T18:13:01Z First publ. in: Journal of the American Chemical Society ; 121 (1999), 5. - S. 1076-1087 Limoges, Bradford R. Steiner, Ulrich Bürssner, Dieter Krissinel, Evgenii B. Krissinel, Evgenii B. Klumpp, Thomas Elliott, C. Michael Bürssner, Dieter deposit-license Limoges, Bradford R. application/pdf Larson, Steven L. Linsenmann, Markus Larson, Steven L. Nanosecond time-resolved absorption studies in a magnetic field ranging from zero to 3.0 T have been performed on a series of covalently linked donor-Ru(bipyridine)3-acceptor complexes (D-C2+-A2+). In these complexes the electron donor is a phenothiazine moiety linked to a bipyridine by a (-CH2-)p (p = 1, 4, 5, 7) chain, and the electron acceptor is an N,N'-diquaternary-2,2'-bipyridinium moiety, linked to a bipyridine by a (-CH2-)2· chain. On the nanosecond time scale the first detectable photoinduced electron-transfer product after exciting the complex C2+ is the charge-separated (CS) state, D+-C2+-A+, where an electron of the phenothiazine moiety, D, has been transferred to the diquat moiety, A2+. In zero field the lifetime of the CS state is about 150 ns. At low fields (B0 < 0.5 T) the magnetic field strongly affects the decay kinetics, splitting it up into a major component, the rate constant of which decreases by a factor of about 10 at fields of several 100 mT, and a minor component with an approximately field independent rate constant. At high fields (B0 > 0.5 T) the total amplitude of the CS absorption signal decreases and the relative contribution of the fast decaying component increases. The magnetic field effects can be consistently interpreted and quantitatively modeled by taking into account the mechanisms and kinetics of the spin multiplicity changes in the CS state and its precursor, a short-lived CT state (D-C3+-A+) formed upon primary electron transfer from the triplet excited complex to the diquat moiety. Exploiting the magnetic field dependent kinetics, the rate constants of the triplet-singlet transitions in the two types of linked radical pairs and of all the electron-transfer processes following the primary one can be assessed. Magnetic-field-dependent investigations thus can be essential for the understanding of the complex kinetics in supramolecular systems with sequential cyclic electron transfer. Spin chemical control of photoinduced electron-transfer processes in ruthenium(II)-trisbipyridine-based supramolecular triads Linsenmann, Markus

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