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Photophysical and theoretical studies of structure and spectroscopic behaviour of axially substituted Yb(III) mono-phthalocyanines in different media

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Photophysical and theoretical studies of structure and spectroscopic behaviour of axially substituted Yb(III) mono-phthalocyanines in different media
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•Photophysical studies of the acetato- and chloro-ytterbium monophthalocyanine complexes in different media were performed•Ab initio H–F and DFT methods were used to generate structures and IR and Raman spectra which correspond well to the experimental results of YbPcOAc2DMSO chelate.•Efficient energy transfer from phthalocyanine states to Yb(III) 2F5/2 excited state was discovered and two types of the emission were observed.•Anti-stokes emission was detected after excitation at 980 nm confirming NL behaviour.•The obtained polymeric materials are foto- and thermally stable and exhibit important spectroscopic parameters.

Lanthanide complexes with phthalocyanines (Pc) and porphyrins belong to the group of most investigated compounds because of their unique luminescence properties and variety of applications. The special interest is directed to medical applications, mainly in photodynamic therapy. This paper is devoted to photophysical studies of acetato- and chloro-ytterbium monophthalocyanine complexes in the solid state, solutions, silica matrices and PMMA polymer which can design their applicability. The structures, IR, and Raman spectra were calculated applying Hartree–Fock and density functional theory methods and further correlated with experimental findings. The theory reproduces reasonably spectroscopic frequencies of YbPcOAc2DMSO chelate. Two molecules of DMSO with somewhat different spectroscopic behaviour were found to exist in this complex.The mechanism of the effect of conformation changes, steric obstacles, extra-coordination of solvent molecules and molecule immobilization in polymer and inorganic matrices on lanthanide and phthalocyanine emission spectra was discussed. Attention was paid to the radiative and non-radiative processes, intramolecular energy transfer and the role of charge-transfer state in this process, electron–phonon coupling, multiion cooperative interactions, non-linear proceses and dynamics in excited states. The role of solvent molecule exchange dynamic in possible interaction of Yb(III) complexes with biological systems was also analysed.

Graphical abstractThis paper is devoted to photophysical studies of the acetato- and chloro-ytterbium monophthalocyanine complexes in different media. Ab initio H–F and DFT methods were used to generate structures and IR and Raman spectra which correspond well to the experimental results of YbPcOAc2DMSO chelate. Efficient energy transfer from phthalocyanine states to Yb(III) 2F5/2 excited state was discovered and two types of the emission were observed anti-stokes emission was detected after excitation at 980 nm confirming NL behaviour. The effort was made to explain the energy transfer mechanism and non-linear behaviour was analysed. The obtained polymeric materials are foto- and thermally stable and exhibit important spectroscopic parameters.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide

Keywords
Ytterbium; Monophthalocyanine; DFT modelling method; Ab initio HF calculation; Spectroscopic properties; Sol–gel systems; Polymers co-doped by Yb-complexes
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry - Volume 309, 15 August 2015, Pages 65–71
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