Theoretical Evidence of the Singlet Predominance in the Intramolecular Energy Transfer in Ruhemann's Purple Tb(III) Complexes
authors Moura, RT; Oliveira, JA; Santos, IA; de Lima, EM; Carlos, LD; Aguiar, EC; Neto, ANC
nationality International
journal ADVANCED THEORY AND SIMULATIONS
author keywords DFT calculations; intramolecular energy transfer; Ruhemann's purple; singlet state; solvent effects; Tb3+ complexes
keywords NEAR-INFRARED EMISSION; DEVELOPED FINGERPRINTS; COORDINATION-COMPOUNDS; CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE; AMINO-ACIDS; TRIPLET-STATE; LUMINESCENCE; NINHYDRIN; EUROPIUM; TERBIUM
abstract This work presents a theoretical study on the geometries and intramolecular energy transfer (IET) process of Tb3+-complexes based on the Ruhemman's purple (RP) as ligands. Density functional theory and its time-dependent extension are performed to examine the coordination energies and excited states using the omega B97X-D3/MWB54/def2-TZVP/polarizable continuum model level of theory. The inclusion of solvent effect causes a blueshift in all excitation energies, which is crucial for a better description of the electronic situations of RP isomers and coordination compounds. The IET rates are assessed for 18 Tb-RP different compounds, each one with 44 IET pathways, also, it is obtained that the main energy transfer channel comes from the singlet state, in complete agreement with previous experimental data. The energy transfer from the singlet state is mainly composed of the nonradiative absorptions F-7(6)->(5)G(6) and F-7(5)->(5)G(5), representing together 97% of the total IET rate. As far as it is known, this is the first time that the solvent effect is included in the IET rates calculation, registering a step toward the development of IET analysis without any experimental or phenomenological input data.
publisher WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
isbn 2513-0390
year published 2021
volume 4
issue 3
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1002/adts.202000304
web of science category 10
subject category Multidisciplinary Sciences
unique article identifier WOS:000616766600001
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