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  1. Red-Emitting [Ru(bpy)2(N-N)]2+ Photosensitizers: Emission from a Ruthenium(II) to 2,2′-Bipyridine 3MLCT State in the Presence of Neutral Ancillary “Super Donor” Ligands
  2. On the effect of the nature of the bridge on oxidative or reductive photoinduced electron transfer in donor–bridge–acceptor systems
  3. Photoinduced electron transfer across molecular bridges: electron- and hole-transfer superexchange pathways
  4. A functionalized, ethynyl-decorated, tetracobalt(iii) cubane molecular catalyst for photoinduced water oxidation
  5. Ultrafast Energy Transfer in Triptycene‐Grafted Bodipy Scaffoldings
  6. ChemInform Abstract: Tetrametallic Molecular Catalysts for Photochemical Water Oxidation
  7. Tetrametallic molecular catalysts for photochemical water oxidation
  8. Understanding the redox properties of dinuclear ruthenium(ii) complexes by a joint experimental and theoretical analysis
  9. Evidence of the unprecedented conversion of intermolecular proton to water bridging of two phosphoryl ruthenium complexes
  10. Fast transport of HCl across a hydrophobic layer over macroscopic distances by using a Pt(ii) compound as the transporter
  11. Photo-induced water oxidation: New photocatalytic processes and materials
  12. Corrole–Porphyrin Conjugates with Interchangeable Metal Centers
  13. Photocatalytic Water Oxidation: Tuning Light-Induced Electron Transfer by Molecular Co4O4 Cores
  14. Photoinduced Water Oxidation by a Tetraruthenium Polyoxometalate Catalyst: Ion-pairing and Primary Processes with Ru(bpy)32+ Photosensitizer
  15. Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Os(terpyridine)-biphenylene-(bi)pyridinium Assemblies
  16. Is [Co4(H2O)2(α-PW9O34)2]10− a genuine molecular catalyst in photochemical water oxidation? Answers from time-resolved hole scavenging experiments
  17. Artificial light-harvesting antenna systems grafted on a carbohydrate platform
  18. Light-driven wateroxidation with a molecular tetra-cobalt(iii) cubanecluster
  19. Dinuclear Ru(ii) complexes of bis-(dipyrid-2′-yl)triazine (bis-dpt) ligands as efficient electron reservoirs
  20. Molecular logics: a mixed bodipy–bipyridine dye behaving as a concealable molecular switch
  21. Luminescence of meso-pyrimidinylcorroles: relationship with substitution pattern and heavy atom effects
  22. Artificial Photosynthesis Challenges: Water Oxidation at Nanostructured Interfaces
  23. Changing the Role of 2,2′-Bipyridine from Secondary Ligand to Protagonist in [Ru(bpy)2(N−N)]2+ Complexes: Low-Energy, Red Emission from a Ruthenium(II)-to-2,2′-Bipyridine 3MLCT State
  24. Vectorial Photoinduced Energy Transfer Between Boron–Dipyrromethene (Bodipy) Chromophores Across a Fluorene Bridge
  25. meso-Pyrimidinyl-Substituted A2B- and A3-Corroles
  26. Photo-induced water oxidation with tetra-nuclear ruthenium sensitizer and catalyst: A unique 4 × 4 ruthenium interplay triggering high efficiency with low-energy visible light
  27. Photochemically driven intercalation of small molecules into DNA by in situ irradiation
  28. Hybrid complexes: Pt(ii)-terpyridine linked to various acetylide-bodipy subunits
  29. Redox‐Active Metal–Polypyridine Dendrimers as Light‐Harvesting Antennae
  30. Star-Shaped Multichromophoric Arrays from Bodipy Dyes Grafted on Truxene Core
  31. Photoinduced water oxidation sensitized by a tetranuclear Ru(ii) dendrimer
  32. Luminescent Excited‐State Intramolecular Proton‐Transfer (ESIPT) Dyes Based on 4‐Alkyne‐Functionalized [2,2′‐Bipyridine]‐3,3′‐diol Dyes
  33. Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds I. Topics in Current Chemistry, 280 Edited by Vincenzo Balzani (Università di Bologna, Italy) and Sebastiano Campagna (Università di Messina, Italy) Springer:  Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. 2007...
  34. Luminescence properties of Pt(ii) complexes containing polypyridine ligands with extended aromatic moieties
  35. Photoinduced intercomponent processes in multichromophoric species made of Pt(ii)-terpyridine-acetylide and dipyrromethene-BF2 subunits
  36. Extending the Light‐Harvesting Properties of Transition‐Metal Dendrimers
  37. Molecular Wire Type Behavior of Polycationic Multinuclear Rack‐Type RuII Complexes of Polytopic Hydrazone‐Based Ligands
  38. Molecular Wire Type Behavior of Polycationic Multinuclear Rack‐Type RuII Complexes of Polytopic Hydrazone‐Based Ligands
  39. Self-Assembled Light-Harvesting Systems:  Ru(II) Complexes Assembled about Rh−Rh Cores
  40. Heteropolymetallic complexes containing 1,1′-diphenylphosphino-ferrocene
  41. Luminescence of a Pt(ii) complex in the presence of DNA. Dependence of luminescence changes on the interaction binding mode
  42. Tuning the Excited‐State Energy of the Organic Chromophore in Bichromophoric Systems Based on the RuII Complexes of Tridentate Ligands
  43. Ruthenium(II) Complexes with Improved Photophysical Properties Based on Planar 4‘-(2-Pyrimidinyl)-2,2‘:6‘,2‘ ‘-terpyridine Ligands
  44. Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds I
  45. Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds II
  46. Solid-state luminescence switching of platinum(ii) dithiooxamide complexes in the presence of hydrogen halide and amine gases
  47. A luminescent multicomponent species made of fullerene and Ir(iii) cyclometallated subunits
  48. Multicomponent Supramolecular Devices: Synthesis, Optical, and Electronic Properties of Bridged Bis‐dirhodium and ‐diruthenium Complexes
  49. Conformationally Gated Photoinduced Processes within PhotosensitizerAcceptor Dyads Based on Osmium(II) Complexes with Triarylpyridinio-Functionalized Terpyridyl Ligands:  Insights from Experimental Study
  50. Bridging ligand planarity as a route to long-lived, near infrared emitting dinuclear ruthenium(ii) complexes
  51. Primary Photoinduced Processes in Bimetallic Dyads with Extended Aromatic Bridges. Tetraazatetrapyridopentacene Complexes of Ruthenium(II) and Osmium(II)
  52. The Structural and Functional Roles of Rhodium(II)–Rhodium(II) Dimers in Multinuclear Ruthenium(II) Complexes
  53. Synthesis, Structural Features, Absorption Spectra, Redox Behaviour and Luminescence Properties of Ruthenium(II) Rack‐Type Dinuclear Complexes with Ditopic, Hydrazone‐Based Ligands
  54. A New Heptanuclear Dendritic Ruthenium(II) Complex Featuring Photoinduced Energy Transfer Across High‐Energy Subunits
  55. Two-color luminescence from a tetranuclear Ir(iii)/Ru(ii) complex
  56. The elusive phosphorescence of pyrromethene–BF2 dyes revealed in new multicomponent species containing Ru(ii)–terpyridine subunits
  57. Proton-assisted interaction between luminescent species containing diazacrown ethers and anthryl chromophores
  58. Synthesis and Properties of the Elusive Ruthenium(II) Complexes of 4‘-Cyano-2,2‘:6‘,2‘ ‘-terpyridine
  59. ToF-SIMS investigation of functional mixed aromatic thiol monolayers on gold
  60. New paradigm of transition metal polypyridine complex photochemistry
  61. Prolonged luminescence lifetimes of Ru(ii) complexes via the multichromophore approach: the excited-state storage element can be on a ligand not involved in the MLCT emitting stateElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: experimental detai...
  62. Organized assemblies of thiol-terpyridine and thiophenol on gold surfaces: preferential composition of mixed species evidenced
  63. An artificial antenna complex containing four Ru(bpy)32+-type chromophores as light-harvesting components and a Ru(bpy)(CN)42– subunit as the energy trap. A structural motif which resembles the natural photosynthetic systems
  64. Structure and reactivity of [Ru(2,3-Medpp)2Cl2]2+
  65. Dinuclear Ruthenium(II) Polypyridyl Complexes Containing Large, Redox-Active, Aromatic Bridging Ligands:  Synthesis, Characterization, and Intramolecular Quenching of MLCT Excited States
  66. ChemInform Abstract: Dendrimers Based on Electroactive Metal Complexes. A Review of Recent Advances
  67. Polynuclear Polypyridine Complexes Incorporating Ru(II), Os(II), and Pt(II):  Decanuclear Dendrimeric Antennas
  68. Antennas
  69. Novel Dinuclear Luminescent Compounds Based on Iridium(III) Cyclometalated Chromophores and Containing Bridging Ligands with Ester-Linked Chelating Sites
  70. Dendrimers Based on Electroactive Metal Complexes. A Review of Recent Advances
  71. Excited-state interconversion between emissive MLCT levels in a dinuclear Ru(ii) complex containing a bridging ligand with an extended π system
  72. Synthesis, Structure, Photophysical Properties, and Redox Behavior of Cyclometalated Complexes of Iridium(III) with Functionalized 2,2‘-Bipyridines
  73. ChemInform Abstract: A New Tetraoxa‐Tetraaza Macrobicyclic Anthracenyl Luminescent Receptor: Control of the Receptor‐Substrate Stoichiometry.
  74. Absorption Spectra, Photophysical Properties, and Redox Behavior of Stereochemically Pure Dendritic Ruthenium(II) Tetramers and Related Dinuclear and Mononuclear Complexes
  75. Luminescent Mononuclear and Dinuclear Iridium(III) Cyclometalated Complexes Immobilized in a Polymeric Matrix as Solid-State Oxygen Sensors
  76. Electrochemistry at Very Positive Potentials in Liquid SO2. Mononuclear RuIIand OsIIPolypyridine Complexes
  77. Mesomorphic 4'-functionalized 6'-phenyl-2,2'-bipyridines: tridentate ligands for organopalladium mesogens
  78. Designing Dendrimers Based on Transition-Metal Complexes. Light-Harvesting Properties and Predetermined Redox Patterns
  79. Electrochemical and Photochemical Properties of Metal-Containing Dendrimers
  80. Luminescent and Redox-Active Iridium(III)-Cyclometalated Compounds with Terdentate Ligands
  81. A luminescent iridium(III) cyclometallated complex immobilized in a polymeric matrix as a solid‐state oxygen sensor
  82. Luminescent and Redox-Active Polynuclear Transition Metal Complexes
  83. Dendrimers based on metal complexes
  84. New Polydentate building blocks
  85. Dendrimers of Nanometer Size Based on Metal Complexes: Luminescent and Redox‐Active Polynuclear Metal Complexes Containing up to Twenty‐Two Metal Centers
  86. Luminescent RuII‐polypyridine complexes in poly‐2‐hydroxyethylmethacrylate matrices as oxygen sensors
  87. Aggregation in Fluid Solution of Dendritic Supermolecules made of Ruthenium(II)- and Osmium(II)-Polypyridine Building Blocks
  88. Dendritic Polynuclear Metal Complexes with Made-to-Order Luminescent and Redox Properties
  89. Harvesting sunlight by artificial supramolecular antennae
  90. Tetranuclear Bimetallic Complexes of Ruthenium, Osmium, Rhodium, and Iridium. Synthesis, Absorption Spectra, Luminescence, and Electrochemical Properties
  91. Electrochemical reduction of (2,2'-bipyridine)- and bis((2-pyridyl)pyrazine)ruthenium(II) complexes used as building blocks for supramolecular species. Redox series made of 8, 10, and 12 redox steps
  92. Mono- and dinuclear complexes of ruthenium(II) and osmium(II) with a 3,5-bis(2-pyridyl)-1,2,4-triazole cyclohexyl-bridged spacer. Absorption spectra, luminescence properties, and electrochemical behavior
  93. Arborols Based on Luminescent and Redox‐Active Transition Metal Complexes
  94. Arborole aus vielen lumineszierenden und redox‐aktiven Übergangsmetallkomplexfragmenten
  95. A tridecanuclear ruthenium(II)-polypyridine supramolecular species: synthesis, absorption and luminescence properties and electrochemical oxidation
  96. Supramolecular Photochemistry: Antenna Effect in Polynuclear Metal Complexes
  97. Hexanuclear homo- and heterobridged ruthenium(II) polypyridine complexes: syntheses, absorption spectra, luminescence properties, and electrochemical behavior
  98. A decanuclear ruthenium(II)–polypyridine complex: synthesis, absorption spectrum, luminescence and electrochemical behaviour
  99. Luminescent and redox-reactive building blocks for the design of photochemical molecular devices: mono-, di-, tri-, and tetranuclear ruthenium(II) polypyridine complexes
  100. Synthesis and photophysical and electrochemical properties of new halotricarbonyl(polypyridine)rhenium(I) complexes
  101. Absorption spectra, luminescence properties, and electrochemical behavior of tris-heteroleptic ruthenium(II) polypyridine complexes
  102. Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds: Overview and General Concepts
  103. Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds: Ruthenium