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Terthiophene Compounds as Photosensitizing Agents in Photodynamic Therapy
Terthiophene compounds are naturally occurring in marigolds and can be used as photosensitizing agents in photodynamic therapy. As of now, photodynamic therapy is limited by its use of light that can only penetrate shallow ...
New Derivatives Of Pyridine-2,6-Bis(Oxazoline) For The Sensitization Of Visible And Near Infrared Emitting Lanthanide Ions
Lanthanide ion luminescence can be sensitized when coordinated by a ligand or antenna to give intense and characteristic color emission. Eu(III) and Tb(III) being the most thoroughly studied due to their intense emission ...
Lanthanide luminescence in Pybox functionalized metallopolymers
Lanthanide luminescence is woven into the fabric of modern day existence. Due to their narrow emission and useful red and green emission Eu(III) and Tb(III) have been extensively studied and applied as phosphors in a number ...
Synthesis and Characterization of 4-(Trifluoromethyl)-dibenzamide-benzoguanamine and Crystallographic Characterization of a p-Triflourobenzoic Acid Complex of Terbium(III)
A ligand that coordinates with lanthanide metal ions, 4-(trifluoromethyl)-dibenzamide-benzoguanamine (4TFMDBBG) was synthesized in 61.2% yield. Whencomplexed with europium and terbium, red and green luminescence, respectively, ...
Investigation into the unique coordination and spectroscopic properties of lanthanide ions with dipyridylamine and dipicolylamine based ligands.
The main objective of this project was to develop compounds that could sensitize lanthanide ion luminescence for possible applications as biological sensors and optical amplifiers. Dipyridylamine and dipicolylamine based ...
Luminescent Lanthanide(III)-containing Materials: Nanoparticles and Polymers
The unique luminescence properties of lanthanide(III) [LnIII] ions render them useful in applications such as imaging, sensing, security inks and telecommunications. Consequently, materials containing these ions continue ...