Synthesis and characterization of various copper halide complexes with pyrazole and pyridine-based ligands
This thesis covers the following research areas: solvent-mediated, solvent-free synthesis and characterization of copper(I)halide complexes and coordination polymers with various pyrazole-based and pyridine-based ligands, analyzing the photophysical properties, focusing mainly on the luminescence of the copper(I)halide complexes and coordination compounds. It also investigates the impact of structural factors and various synthetic conditions on photophysical properties. This thesis consists of 85 figures, 31 tables, and 127 pages. several different compounds were synthesized in two different synthetic methods: solvent-mediated and solventless with different molar ratios. The characterization of all compounds was done using thermogravimetric analysis, elemental analysis, X-ray crystallography, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), melting point, electronic absorption spectroscopy, and photoluminescence spectroscopy. The analysis for these data will be discussed in this thesis along with the potential application of similar complexes in the field of industry.