Synthesis and characterization of various coinage metal complexes with bridging diimine ligands
This thesis is a study of coinage metal complexes with various bridging diimine ligands. It has 75pp, 4 tables, 55 figures and the references for the study of group 11 elements. It discusses one main project divided by three chapters describing in general the synthesis; structure and spectroscopic studies of Silver (I) and copper (I) complexes. Chapter I discusses the introduction to trinuclear pyrazolate complexes of d 10 coinage metals, linearly-bridging diimines, mixed-metal and mixed-ligand complexes and the potential applications, including sensors for (VOCs), metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), solar cells and organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs). Chapter II involves synthesis and characterization including x-ray crystallography, photoluminescence, 1HNMR, FT-IR, absorption spectroscopy and thermogravimetric analysis, of silver complexes, copper complexes, mixed-metal complexes and mixed-ligand complexes. Chapter III summarizes the conclusion of the results obtained in Chapter II and the expected applications.