Redox-responsive photochromism and fluorescence modulation of two 3D metal-organic hybrids derived from a triamine-based polycarboxylate ligand.

@article{Zhu2011RedoxresponsivePA,
  title={Redox-responsive photochromism and fluorescence modulation of two 3D metal-organic hybrids derived from a triamine-based polycarboxylate ligand.},
  author={Qi-Long Zhu and Tian-Lu Sheng and Rui-Biao Fu and Sheng-Min Hu and Ling Chen and Chao-Jun Shen and Xiao Ma and X. Wu},
  journal={Chemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={17 12},
  pages={3358-62}
}
Photochromism is defined as the reversible transformation of a chemical species, induced by the absorption of electromagnetic radiation, to a form with a different vibronic absorption spectra. Photochromic materials have attracted considerable interest owing to prospective real or potential applications in many fields, including protection (in spectacles… CONTINUE READING