Special Issue "Photochemistry & Photophysics of Transition Metal Complexes"
A special issue of Inorganics (ISSN 2304-6740).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2020) | Viewed by 15901
Interests: photochemistry; photophysics; transition metals; complexes; triazole ligands
Contributions are invited for this Special Issue of Inorganics entitled “Photochemistry & Photophysics of Transition Metal Complexes”. The molecular manipulation of light remains one of the greatest challenges for the chemical sciences. For more than four decades, the optical properties and applications of transition metal element complexes has been a highly active area in inorganic chemistry. With impacts in areas from climate change mitigation to biomedical sciences, this remains a highly important theme that is at the forefront of the chemical sciences today. We therefore wish to celebrate the vibrancy and diversity of the work of the global inorganic photochemical and photophysical community in this Special Issue.
Contributions may cover any area of fundamental experimental or computational photochemistry, the photophysical properties of metal complexes, or the applications of photoactive metal complexes, including in solar catalysis, photovoltaics, light-emitting technologies, biological luminescence imaging and phototherapeutics.
Prof. Dr. Paul I.P. Elliott
Dr. Paul A. Scattergood
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- transition metals