Outstanding luminescence from neutral copper(I) complexes with pyridyl-tetrazolate and phosphine ligands.

@article{Bergmann2013OutstandingLF,
  title={Outstanding luminescence from neutral copper(I) complexes with pyridyl-tetrazolate and phosphine ligands.},
  author={Larissa Bergmann and J. Friedrichs and Mathias Mydlak and T. Baumann and M. Nieger and S. Br{\"a}se},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2013},
  volume={49 58},
  pages={
          6501-3
        }
}
Strongly luminescent, neutral copper(I) complexes bearing 5-(2-pyridyl)tetrazolate and various phosphine ligands were synthesized. While the cationic copper(I) precursors 1b-4b do not exceed photoluminescence quantum yields (PLQY) of 4-46%, the neutral complexes 1a-4a show PLQYs of up to 89%. 
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