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dc.creatorREGUERA, E.-
dc.creatorMARIN, E.-
dc.creatorCALDERON, A.-
dc.identifierSpectrochimica Acta Part A 68 (2007) 191–197-
dc.descriptionThe photo-induced charge transfer in four series of Prussian blue (PB) analogues was studied from photoacoustic spectra. In cobalticyanides the observed signals were assigned to a metal-to-ligand charge transfer, which appears as a shoulder below 450 nm, and to d–d transitions for Co(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II) complex salts. No evidence of metal-to-metal charge transfer was observed for this series, which is probably due to the high stability of low spin cobalt(III) in the hexacyanide complex. Photoacoustic spectra for ferricyanides are broad bands, which result particularly intense up to 750 nm. Such features were attributed to the overlapping of contributions from metal-to-ligand (<600 nm) and metal-to-metal charge transfer transitions, with probably also a minor contribution from d–d transitions in the outer metal. The spectra for the ferrocyanides series are dominated by the metal-to-ligand charge transfer band below 550 nm, approximately 100 nm above this transition in cobalticyanides. Within the studied solids, the most intense and broad metal-to-metal charge transfer bands were found for a series of low spin Co(III) high spin Co(II) hexacyanoferrates(II,III) and with similar features also for ferric ferrocyanide (Prussian blue), assigned to Fe(II)→Co(III) and Fe(II)→Fe(III) photo-induced transition, respectively. The first of these transitions requires of more energetic photons to be observed, its maximum falls at 580 nm while for Prussian blue it is found at 670 nm. Prussian blue analogues are usually obtained as nanometric size particles and many of them have a microporous structure. The role of surface atoms on the observed charge transfer bands in the studied series of compounds is also discussed. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.-
dc.subjectCharge transfer-
dc.subjectPrussian blue-
dc.subjectPorous materials-
dc.subjectMolecular magnets-
dc.titlePhoto-induced charge transfer in Prussian blue analogues as detected by photoacoustic spectroscopy-
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