Self-assembly of a neutral platinum(II) complex into highly emitting microcrystalline fibers through metallophilic interactions.

@article{Mauro2014SelfassemblyOA,
  title={Self-assembly of a neutral platinum(II) complex into highly emitting microcrystalline fibers through metallophilic interactions.},
  author={M. Mauro and Alessandro Aliprandi and C. Cebri{\'a}n and D. Wang and C. K{\"u}bel and L. De Cola},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={50 55},
  pages={
          7269-72
        }
}
The solvent-assisted self-assembly of a blue-emitting neutral platinum(II) complex into micrometer-long and highly crystalline fibers has been achieved. The aggregates show highly efficient (quantum yield up to 74%) polarized yellow-orange light emission, as a consequence of their high degree of supramolecular order imparted by weak non-covalent intermolecular (metal···metal and π-π) interactions. 
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