A luminescent mixed-lanthanide metal-organic framework thermometer.

  title={A luminescent mixed-lanthanide metal-organic framework thermometer.},
  author={Yuanjing Cui and Hui Xu and Yanfeng Yue and Zhiyong Guo and Jiancan Yu and Zhenxia Chen and Junkuo Gao and Yu Yang and Guodong Qian and Banglin Chen},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  volume={134 9},
A luminescent mixed lanthanide metal-organic framework approach has been realized to explore luminescent thermometers. The targeted self-referencing luminescent thermometer Eu(0.0069)Tb(0.9931)-DMBDC (DMBDC = 2, 5-dimethoxy-1, 4-benzenedicarboxylate) based on two emissions of Tb(3+) at 545 nm and Eu(3+) at 613 nm is not only more robust, reliable, and instantaneous but also has higher sensitivity than the parent MOF Tb-DMBDC based on one emission at a wide range from 10 to 300 K. 

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