Maryline Beyler

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While intermolecular hole-hopping along the surface of semiconductors is known, there are no previous examples of electron-hopping between molecules on a surface. Herein, we present the first evidence of electron transfer from the photoreduced sensitizer Coumarin-343 (C343) to complex 1, both bound on the surface of NiO. In solution, 1 has been shown to be(More)
The complexation properties toward Pb(2+) and Bi(3+) of the macrocyclic ligands 6,6'-((1,4,7,10-tetraazacyclododecane-1,7-diyl)bis(methylene))dipicolinic acid (H2do2pa) and 6,6'-((4,10-dimethyl-1,4,7,10-tetraazacyclododecane-1,7-diyl)bis(methylene))dipicolinic acid (H2Me-do2pa) have been investigated. A new three-step synthesis of H2do2pa following the(More)
An original cationic water-soluble cyclen-based Eu(III) complex [EuL(1)](+) featuring a chromophore-functionalized antenna to increase the two-photon (2P) absorption properties was synthesized. The photophysical properties were thoroughly studied in various solvents and rationalized with the help of theoretical calculations. The complex exhibits an(More)
A [2]catenane is formed quantitatively by mixing substituted 1,10-phenanthroline-based chelates with copper(I) acting as central template, the ring-forming reaction being based on the coordination of pyridinic bidentate ligands onto the zinc atoms of the four porphyrins surrounding the core of the molecule.
A pentaporphyrinic assembly was formed in one step, quantitatively, from a gable like zinc(II) bis-porphyrin and a free-base meso-tetrakis(4-pyridyl)porphyrin, because of the formation of four zinc-nitrogen coordination bonds. The X-ray crystal structure obtained shows a symmetrical structure, the free-base porphyrin being located at the center of a square(More)
The complexation properties of H₂Me-do2pa towards (nat)Bi(3+) reveal a rather fast formation of the [Bi(Me-do2pa)](+) complex, which is endowed with a very high thermodynamic stability (log K(BiL) = 34.2) and presents a single non-fluxional structure in solution. X-ray diffraction and solution NMR studies showed an octadentate binding of the ligand to the(More)
Excitation of the peripheral Zn porphyrin units in a noncovalent five-porphyrin array, formed by gable-like zinc(II) bisporphyrins and a central free-base meso-tetrakis(4-pyridyl)porphyrin in a 2:1 ratio, (ZnP(2))(2).(TPyP), does not lead to a quantitative sensitization of the luminescence of the free-base porphyrin acceptor, even though there is an(More)
Heart failure will continue to present many challenges to health care providers. Research is ongoing to further understand the pathophysiology of this complex disease process. New therapies will be developed that hopefully will have a tremendous impact on the morbidity and mortality of this costly chronic illness. A multidisciplinary approach to treatment(More)