Polypyrazolylborate complexes of the lanthanides: structure, optics and materials science

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3rd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: Proceedings – June 21–24th, 2021, Lviv, Ukraine – Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2021, pp. 105–105

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Roman Kresinski Ph.D. r.kresinski [at] kingston.ac.uk Kingston University
London, United Kingdom
Seema S. S. Pillai Ph.D. r.kresinski [at] kingston.ac.uk Kingston University
London, United Kingdom
Emil Bojarski Ph.D. r.kresinski [at] kingston.ac.uk Kingston University
London, United Kingdom
Peter J. S. Foot Sc.D. r.kresinski [at] kingston.ac.uk Kingston University
London, United Kingdom

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First published on this website: 14.05.2021 - 22:54
Abstract

We report the synthesis and characterisation of monomeric [LnTp2(O2CCH=CHCH3)] (Ln = Ce-Ho, except Pm) and dimeric [LnTp(O2CCH=CHR)2]2 (R = CH3, Ln = Ho-Lu; R =C6H5, Ln = Ce-Yb, except Pm), along with their co-polymerisations with styrene and methyl methacrylate.  The structures and some optical properties of the lanthanide complexes and co-polymers are presented.

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