Luminescence of charge transfer sensitizers anchored to metal oxide nanoparticle

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The transfer Metal charge sensitizers

责任者: Heimer, T.A.;Meyer, G.J. 单位: Dept. of Chem., Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD, USA 来源出处: Journal of Luminescence(J. Lumin. (Netherlands)),1996/10/,70(1-6):468-78 摘要: The photoluminescence (PL) properties of inorganic charge transfer sensitizers anchored to nanometer sized metal oxide particles are presented. The charge transfer sensitizers are inorganic coordination compounds such as ruthenium tribipyridine, Ru(bpy)32+, which have long lived metal-to-ligand charge transfer (MLCT) excited states. The metal oxides are insulators or semiconductor materials in the form of powders, colloidal solutions, and porous nanocrystalline films. Time resolved PL decays from this and related sensitizers anchored to metal oxide surfaces are highly non-exponential. The MLCT excited states are quenched on semiconducting metal oxide particles by an apparent electron transfer mechanism. With some assumptions electron transfer rates from the MLCT excited states to the nanostructured surface are calculated. The PL properties of sensitizers bound to porous nanocrystalline TiO2 films can be controlled electrochemically 关键词: adsorption;bonds (chemical);charge transfer states;colloids;nanostructured materials;organic compounds;photochromism;photoluminescence;porous materials;radiation quenching;radiative lifetimes;ruthenium compounds;semiconductor materials;time resolved spectra;metal oxide nanoparticles;charge transfer sensitizers;sensitizer particle anchoring;photoluminescence;ruthenium tribipyridine;metal ligand charge transfer states;insulators;semiconductor materials;powders;colloidal solutions;porous nanocrystalline films;time resolved PL decays;nonexponential decays;excitation quenching;electron transfer mechanism;electrochemical control;energy level diagram;photochemistry;dispersed kinetics Albery model;Kohlrausch Williams Watts model;radiative lifetimes;relaxation rate distribution;TiO2;ZnO;SnO2;SiO2;SrTiO3