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Huitorel, B., El Moll, H., Cordier, M., Fargues, A., Garcia, A., Massuyeau, F., Martineau-Corcos, C., Gacoin, T. & Perruchas, S. (2017) Luminescence Mechanochromism Induced by Cluster Isomerization. Inorganic Chemistry, 56 12379–12388. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01870
Clé BibTeX: Huitorel2017
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Catégories: IMN, MIOPS
Créateurs: Cordier, El Moll, Fargues, Gacoin, Garcia, Huitorel, Martineau-Corcos, Massuyeau, Perruchas
Collection: Inorganic Chemistry
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Luminescent mechanochromic materials exhibiting reversible changes of their emissive properties in response to external mechanical, forces are currently emerging as an _important class of stimuli-responsive materials because of promising technological applications. Here, we report on-the luminescence mechanochromic properties of a [Cu4I4(PPh3)(4)] copper iodide cluster presenting a chair geometry, being an isomer of the most common cubane form. This molecular cluster formulated [Cu4I4(PPh3)(4)]center dot 2CHCl(3) (1) exhibits a highly contrasted emission response to manual grinding, and, interestingly, the optical properties of the ground phase present striking similarities with those of the cubane isomer. In order to understand the underlying mechanism, a comparison with two related compounds has been conducted. The first one is a pseudopolymorph of 1 formulated as [Cu4I4(PPh3)(4)]center dot CH2Cl2 (2), which exhibits luminescent mechanochromic properties as well. The other one is also a chair compound but with a slightly different phosphine ligand, namely, [Cu4I4(PPh2C6H4CO2H)(4)] (3), lacking mechanochromic properties. Structural and optical characterizations of the clusters have been analyzed in light of previous electronic structure calculations. The results suggest an unpreceded mechanochromism phenomenon based on a solid-state chair -{>} cubane isomer conversion. This study shows that polynuclear copper iodide compounds are particularly relevant for the development of luminescent mechanochromic materials.
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