The Effect of Alkaline Earth Metal and Carboxylate Derivatives on the Luminescence of Quinaldine Acid Zn (II) Complex Material

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Quinaldine acid Zn (II) complex material has been prepared in ethanol. The luminescent properties have been investigated in solid state and in organic solvents. The results show that the Zn (II) complex emits green fluorescence at 521 nm both in solid state and in organic solvents. The effect of alkaline earth metal and carboxylate derivatives on the luminescence of quinaldine acid Zn (II) complex material has also been studied in DMSO, and the results show that alkaline earth metal ion and carboxylate derivatives have different effect on the luminescent intensity.

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Helen Zhang and David Jin

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396-399

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.366.396

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X. S. Tai "The Effect of Alkaline Earth Metal and Carboxylate Derivatives on the Luminescence of Quinaldine Acid Zn (II) Complex Material", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 366, pp. 396-399, 2012

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