Development of Dual Phosphorescent Materials Based on Multiple Stimuli-Responsive Ir(III) Acyclic Carbene Complexes

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Original languageEnglish
Journal / PublicationCCS Chemistry
Online published16 Aug 2021
Publication statusOnline published - 16 Aug 2021

Abstract

A new series of Ir(III) carbene complexes with luminescent mechanochromism derived from trans–cis isomerization has been developed. Through the introduction of π-conjugating groups into the acyclic carbene ligand, the mechanochromic trans- and cis-configurations can be readily interconverted, leading to dual emissive properties in the solid state. Moreover, the solid- or film-forming solvent system can control the dual emission and mechanoresponsive properties in the solid state. The potential uses of a single emissive complex to develop multicolor emissive and multiple stimuli-responsive films have been studied.

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  • luminescent mechanochromism, iridium (III) cyclometallates, luminescent vapochromism, dual emission