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Volume 142, 2018International Conference on Materials Applications and Engineering 2017 (ICMAE2017)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Nanomaterials and Bionic Materials|
|Published online||08 January 2018|
Preparation, and Luminescence Properties of SiO2@Sm(MABA-Si)phen Core-Shell Structure Nanometer Composite
College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Inner Mongolia University, Hohhot 010021, People’s Republic of China
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A novel ternary samarium complex was prepared using HOOCC6H4N(CONH(CH2)3Si- (OCH2CH3)3)2 (MABA-Si) as first ligand, and phen as second ligand. The corresponding SiO2@Sm(MABA-Si)phen core-shell structure nanometer composite was synthesized as well, and the silica spheres was the core, and the ternary samarium complex was the shell layer. The ternary samarium complex has been characterized by element analysis, molar conductivity and IR spectra. The results show that the chemical formula of the complex is Sm(MABA-Si)(phen)2(ClO4)3·2H2O. The fluorescent spectra illustrat that the luminescence properties of the samarium complex are superior. The core-shell structure of SiO2@Sm(MABA-Si)phen nanometer composite is characterized by SEM, TEM and IR spectra. The SiO2@Sm(MABA-Si)phen core-shell structure composites exhibit stronger emission intensity than the ternary samarium complex. The fluorescence lifetime of the complex and core-shell structure composite is measured as well.
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