Konrad Szacilowski

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Irradiations of the transition metal-to-transition metal charge transfer (MMCT) absorption bands of a series of cyanide-bridged chromium(III)-ruthenium(II) complexes at 77 K leads to near-infrared emission spectra of the corresponding chromium(II)-ruthenium(III) electron transfer excited states. The lifetimes of most of the MMCT excited states increase more(More)
Dramatic differences are found between the ambient and 100 K X-ray structures of [L(2)Ni2Br2](ClO4)2 (L(2) = alpha,alpha'-bis{(5,7-dimethyl-1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradeca-6-yl)-o-xylene), in which the bromide-bridged, bimetallic, macrocyclic ligand complexes of nickel(II) are held face-to-face and in which each bimetallic complex has a net triplet spin(More)
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