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Current Physical Chemistry
ISSN (Print): 1877-9468
ISSN (Online): 1877-9476
VOLUME: 4
ISSUE: 1
DOI: 10.2174/18779468113036660033









Quantum Chemistry Study on the Electronic Structures and Spectroscopic Properties of Dioxoosmium Complex Ions [OsO2(L)4] (L=CN, CO and CCH)

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Author(s): Yu H. Zhang and Carlton A. Taft
Pages 71-80 (10)
Abstract:
The electronic structures and spectroscopic properties of a series of trans-dioxoosmium(VI) complex ions [OsO2(L)4]z (L = CN, z = 2- (1); L = CO, z = 2+ (2); L = CCH, z = 2- (3)) were investigated using quantum chemistry methods. The geometrical structures of the complexes were fully optimized at the B3LYP level for the ground state and the CIS level for the lower-lying excited state with the LANL2DZ basis sets with two f-type (for Os) and two d-type (for C, N, and O) polarization functions, respectively. The calculations revealed that the bond lengths of Os=O in the excited state are elongated relative to those in the ground state for the three complexes. The calculation results show that the dipole-allowed absorptions of the three complexes are in the region of λ >230 nm. The high energy absorptions at 353 nm for 1, 359 nm for 2, and 314 nm for 3 are mainly assigned as π (CN)→π*(Os=O), px(O)→σ*(Os-CO), and π(CC)→π*(Os=O), respectively. Whereas the lower-lying absorptions at 531 nm and 475 nm for 1 and 3, respectively, are originated from metal centered d-d transition combined with ligand (CN and CCH) to ligand (O) charge transfer character, but that at 413 nm for 2 due to [px,y(O)→π(dxz,yz-px,y)(Os=O)]. The phosphorescence was calculated with the TD-DFT method based on the optimized geometry structure in the excited state. The calculated phosphorescence at 617 nm 638 nm and 553 nm originate from 3[(π*(Os=O))1(Os(dxy)+π(CN/CCH))1] and 3[(π*(Os=O))1(pz(O))1] excited states for 1/3 and 2, respectively. The phosphorescence energies are in the order of 2>1>3, therefore the emission can be influenced and tuned by the attached ligands.
Keywords:
Dioxoosmium, electronic structure, geometry.
Affiliation:
Centro Brasileiro de pesquisas Físicas, Rua Dr. Xavier Sigaud, 150, 22290-180, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.