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With the development of life science, pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis becomes more and more important in medical science. Further studies will be hopefully established if it is possible to use inorganic elemental standards or small organic compounds in the quantitative determination of all kinds of drugs, nucleotides and sulfur or phosphorus(More)
A series of tris-heteroleptic phosphorescent cyclometalated Ir(III) complexes with two different cyclometalating ligands and one ancillary ligand was synthesized. Through manipulation of the electronic features of individual cyclometalating ligands, not only the emission color and electrochemical properties of these Ir(III) complexes can be tuned, but also(More)
A series of 2-vinylpyridine-type platinum(II) complexes bearing different main-group blocks (B(Mes)2, SiPh3, GePh3, NPh2, POPh2, OPh, SPh, and SO2Ph, where Mes = 2-morpholinoethanesulfonic acid) were successfully prepared. As indicated by the X-ray single-crystal diffraction, the concerned phosphorescent platinum(II) complexes exhibit distinct molecular(More)
A series of heteroleptic functional Ir(III) complexes bearing different fluorinated aromatic sulfonyl groups has been synthesized. Their photophysical features, electrochemical behaviors, and electroluminescent (EL) properties have been characterized in detail. These complexes emit intense yellow phosphorescence with exceptionally high quantum yields (ΦP >(More)
Phosphorescent dinuclear iridium(III) complexes that can show high luminescent efficiencies and good electroluminescent abilities are very rare. In this paper, highly phosphorescent 2-phenylpyrimidine-based dinuclear iridium(III) complexes have been synthesized and fully characterized. Significant differences of the photophysical and electrochemical(More)
A series of novel red phosphorescent polymers is successfully developed through Suzuki cross-coupling among ambipolar units, functionalized Ir(III) phosphorescent blocks, and fluorene-based silane moieties. The photophysical and electrochemical investigations indicate not only highly efficient energy-transfer from the organic segments to the phosphorescent(More)
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