Alejandro R. Parise

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Electroabsorption (Stark) spectroscopy has been used to study the dye sensitized interfacial electron transfer in an Fe(II)(CN)(6)(4)(-) donor complex bound to a TiO(2) nanoparticle. The average charge-transfer distance determined from the Stark spectra is 5.3 A. This value is similar to the estimated distance between the Fe(II) center of the complex and(More)
The mixed-valence compound [(NC)(5)Fe(II)-Im-Ru(III)(NH(3))(5)](-),M(i), was prepared in solution and as a solid sodium salt from [Fe(CN)(5)H(2)O](3)(-) and [Ru(NH(3))(5)Im](2+). The binuclear complex shows two bands at 366 nm (epsilon = 3350 M(-)(1) cm(-)(1)) and 576 nm (epsilon = 1025 M(-)(1) cm(-)(1)), assigned as LMCT transitions, as well as a near-IR(More)
The [Ru(II)(Hedta)NO(+)] complex is a diamagnetic species crystallizing in a distorted octahedral geometry, with the Ru-N(O) length 1.756(4) A and the RuNO angle 172.3(4) degrees . The complex contains one protonated carboxylate (pK(a)=2.7+/-0.1). The [Ru(II)(Hedta)NO(+)] complex undergoes a nitrosyl-centered one-electron reduction (chemical or(More)
We describe in this paper the properties of [Ru(II/III)(bpy)(2)ClL](+1/+2) and [Ru(II/III)(bpy)(2)L(2)](+2/+3). L = ditolyl-3-pyridylamine (dt3pya) is a redox active ligand related to triarylamines, which is very similar to 3-aminopyridine except for the reversible redox behavior. The monosubstituted complex shows a metal-to-ligand charge-transfer (MLCT) at(More)
Two triarylamine centers bridged through an aliphatic bridge feature unexpected charge transfer properties, bearing an important electronic coupling between them in the absence of a π linker; EPR, electrochemistry, electronic spectroscopy and first principles molecular calculations are combined to study the electronic structure of this compound.
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