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Magnetic Properties of Metallomesogens: In 2 parts. Part II. Phase Behaviours and Luminescent Properties (290,00 руб.)

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Первый авторGalyametdinov Y.
АвторыSelivanova N. , Knyazev A. , Казан. нац. исслед. технол. ун-т
ИздательствоКНИТУ
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ID789533
АннотацияThe monograph presents the published works results on the creation and study of metal-containing liquid crystals – metallomesogens. The liquid crystal complexes of transition metals with giant magnetic anisotropy, spin-crossover properties at room temperature and the magnetic behavior of mesogenic metal-polymers are considered. Especial attention is devoted to the luminescence properties of lanthanide derivatives.
Кому рекомендованоIt is intended for Bachelors in the field of study 18.03.01 «Chemical Technology» with the subjects «Physical Chemistry» and «Additional chapters of physical chemistry», for Masters in the field of study 18.04.01 «Chemical Technology» with the subjects «Theoretical and experimental research methods in chemistry». The monograph can be used by PhD students studying in the field of «Chemical Sciences» with the postgraduate program «Physical Chemistry».
ISBN978-5-7882-2798-6 (Ч. 2)
УДК546.443.03
ББК24.122-26
Galyametdinov, Y. Magnetic Properties of Metallomesogens: In 2 parts. Part II. Phase Behaviours and Luminescent Properties = Магнитные свойства металломезогенов. В 2 ч. Ч. II. Фазовое поведение и люминесцентные свойства : monograph / N. Selivanova, A. Knyazev; Казан. нац. исслед. технол. ун-т; Y. Galyametdinov .— Казань : КНИТУ, 2020 .— 292 с. : ил. — Текст на англ. яз.; Библиогр.: с. 238-289 .— ISBN 978-5-7882-2798-6 (Ч. 2) .— ISBN 978-5-7882-2796-2 .— URL: https://rucont.ru/efd/789533 (дата обращения: 07.02.2023)

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UDC 546.443.03 LBC G 122-26 It is published by decision of the Editorial and Publishing Council of Kazan National Research Technological University Reviewers: PhD in Chemical Sciences, Professor, I. S. Antipin PhD in Chemical Sciences, Professor, L. Y. Zakharova Galyametdinov Y. Magnetic Properties of Metallomesogens : monograph : in 2 p. Part II. Phase Behaviours and Luminescent Properties / Y. Galyametdinov, N. Selivanova, A. Knyazev; Ministry of Education and Science of Russia, Kazan National Research Technological University. – Kazan : KNRTU Press, 2020. – 292 p. ISBN 978-5-7882-2796-2 ISBN 978-5-7882-2798-6 (ч. II) The monograph presents the published works results on the creation and study of metal-containing liquid crystals – metallomesogens. The liquid crystal complexes of transition metals with giant magnetic anisotropy, spin-crossover properties at room temperature and the magnetic behavior of mesogenic metal-polymers are considered. Especial attention is devoted to the luminescence properties of lanthanide derivatives. It is intended for Bachelors in the field of study 18.03.01 «Chemical Technology» with the subjects «Physical Chemistry» and «Additional chapters of physical chemistry», for Masters in the field of study 18.04.01 «Chemical Technology» with the subjects «Theoretical and experimental research methods in chemistry». The monograph can be used by PhD students studying in the field of «Chemical Sciences» with the postgraduate program «Physical Chemistry». The monograph is prepared at the Department of Physical and Colloidal Chemistry. UDC 546.443.03 LBC G122-26 ISBN 978-5-7882-2798-6 (ч. II) ISBN 978-5-7882-2796-2 © Galyametdinov Y., Selivanova N., Knyazev A., 2020 © Kazan National Research Technological University, 2020 1
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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................... 5 1. SYNTHESIS AND MESOPHASE IDENTIFICATION OF D- AND F-ELEMENTS CONTAINING METALLOMESOGENS ...... 6 1.1. Paramagnetic liquid crystalline nickel(II) compounds……...……. 6 1.2. Spectroscopic and thermodynamic properties of Er3+, Nd3+ and Tb3+ containing liquid crystals ......................................................... 10 1.3. Arrangement of trace metal contaminations in thin films of liquid crystals studied by X-ray standing wave technique .................. 14 1.4. Tris(β-diketonates) lanthanum nematic adducts ........................ 22 2. FERROCENE DERIVATIVES LIQUID CRYSTALS .......................... 31 2.1. Synthesis, computational modelling and liquid crystalline properties of some [3]ferrocenophane-containing Schiff’s bases and β-aminovinylketone: Molecular geometry phase behaviour relationship ............................................................................................. 31 2.2. A Novel Series of Heteropolynuclear Metallomesogens: Organopalladium Complexes with Ferrocenophane-Containing Ligands ................................................................................................... 43 3. LYOTROPIC METALLOMESOGENS ................................................. 51 3.1. Mesogenic and Luminescent Properties of Lyotropic Liquid Crystals Containing Eu(III) and Tb(III) ions .......... 51 3.2. Hybrid silica luminescent materials based on lanthanidecontaining lyotropic liquid crystal with polarized emission .................... 64 3.3. Lyotropic La-containing lamellar liquid crystals: phase behaviour, thermal and structural properties ................................. 73 3.4. Modification of nonionic vesicles by adding decanol and functional lanthanide ions ................................................................ 84 3.5. Evaluation of Interactions between Liquid Crystal Films and Silane Monolayers by Atomic Force Microscopy ............................ 99 3.6. Phase behaviour, structural properties and intermolecular interactions of systems based on substituted thiacalix [4] arene and nonionic surfactants ....................................................................... 106 3.7. Lyotropic mesomorphism of rare-earth trisalkylsulphates in the water-ethylene glycol system ...................................................... 115 3
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4. LUMINESCENT PROPERTIES OF MESOGENES ........................... 119 4.1. Polarized Luminescence from Aligned Samples of Nematogenic Lanthanide Complexes ............................................... 119 4.2. Mesomorphic behaviour and luminescent properties of mesogenic β-diketonate lanthanide adducts with 5,5′-di(heptadecyl)- 2,2′-bipyridine .............................................. 127 4.3. Ab Initio Study of Energy Transfer Pathways in Dinuclear Lanthanide Complex of Europium(III) And Terbium(III) Ions ............. 134 4.4. Influence of Structural Anisotropy on Mesogenity of Eu(III) Adducts and Optical Properties of Vitrified Films Formed on their Base ......................................................................................... 148 4.5. Changes in luminescent properties of vitrified films of terbium(III) β-diketonate complex upon UV laser irradiation .......... 158 4.6. Influence of Lewis bases on mesogenic and luminescent properties of Eu(III) tris(β-diketonates) adducts homogenous films ..... 169 4.7. Influence of Eu(III) Complexes Structural Anisotropy on Luminescence of Doped Conjugated Polymer Blends ..................... 178 4.8. Controlled polarized luminescence of smectic lanthanide complexes ........................................................................... 191 4.9. A photostable vitrified film based on a terbium(III)diketonate complex as a sensing element for reusable luminescent thermometers ........................................................................................ 204 4.10. Optical and structural characteristics of PMMA films doped with a new anisometric Eu(III) complex .................................... 215 4.11. Photostable Anisometric Lanthanide Complexes as Promising Materials for Optical Applications .................................. 226 CONCLUSION ......................................................................................... 237 REFERENCES .......................................................................................... 238 ABOUT AUTHORS ................................................................................. 290 4
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