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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Contrasting photoelectrochemical behaviour of two isomeric supramolecular dyes based on meso-tetra(pyridyl)porphyrin incorporating four (mu(3)-oxo)- triruthenium(III) clusters
Author: FORMIGA, Andre Luiz Barboza
NOGUEIRA, Ana Flavia
ARAKI, Koiti
TOMA, Henrique Eisi
Abstract: A saddle shaped tetracluster porphyrin species containing four [Ru(3)O(OAc)(6)(py)(2)](+) clusters coordinated to the N-pyridyl atoms of 5,10,15,20-tetra(3-pyridyl)porphyrin, H(2)(3-TCPyP), has been investigated in comparison with the planar tetra(4-pyridyl) porphyrin analogue H(2)(4-TCPyP). The steric effects from the bulky peripheral complexes play a critical role in the H(2)(3-TCPyP) species, determining a non-planar configuration around the porphyrin centre and precluding any significant pi-electronic coupling, in contrast with the less hindered H(2)(4-TCPyP) species. Both systems exhibit a photoelectrochemical response in the presence of nanocrystalline TiO(2) films, involving the porphyrin excitation around 450 nm. However, only in the H(2)(4-TCPyP) case do the cluster moieties also contribute to the photoinduced electron injection process at 670 nm, reflecting the relevance of the electronic coupling between the porphyrin centre and the peripheral complexes.
Country: Inglaterra
Editor: ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Citation: NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, v.32, n.7, p.1167-1174, 2008
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1039/b709888j
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b709888j
Date Issue: 2008
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