MIL OSI – Source: TU Berlin –
Headline: Programme: DFG – Priority Programme “Light Controlled Reactivity of Metal Complexes” (SPP 2102)
Mittwoch, 21. Juni 2017″The design of the potential energy landscape of electronically excited states in discrete metal complexes is of utmost importance for unveiling and exploiting the photophysics and photochemistry of this class of compounds. The Priority Programme aims at the development of rational design concepts for new functional photoactive metal complexes. At the core of the programme is the fundamental understanding of photoinduced metal-centred processes and the dynamics of electronically excited states of metal complexes, including:development of molecular emitters and sensitisers based on abundant metals to replace rare and precious metal centres,understanding and design of electronically excited states of metal complexes for potential applications in diagnostics, imaging, therapy, and molecule-based sensors,development of conceptually new reactivity patterns of electronically excited metal complexes,providing access to new substance classes based on highly reducing or oxidising electronically excited metal complexes,development of photoinduced multielectron and multiproton processes andunderstanding of dynamic environmental effects on the excited state properties of metal complexes in soft matrices.”[…]
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(Quelle: DFG – Informationen für die Wissenschaft Nr. 36 | 19. Juni 2017)