Understanding the ground- and excited-state photophysics of oxadiazole and triarylamine substituents in copper and rhenium metal complexes
The article presents information on a study conducted on rhenium and copper complexes, [Cu(L)(PPh3)]+ and [Re(L)(CO)3Cl]. The properties of ground and excited states of these complexes have been studied using methods like the Raman affect. The orbital energies of the molecular orbitals which are linked with triarylamine groups experience an increase.
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