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martínez-martínez virginia (curatore); lópez arbeloa fernando (curatore) - dyes and photoactive molecules in microporous systems

Dyes and Photoactive Molecules in Microporous Systems


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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 12/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2020


This book provides an overview of the design, synthesis, and characterization of different photoactive hybrid organic-inorganic materials, based on the combination of mainly organic molecules and inorganic nanostructures, tackling their uses in different scientific fields from photonics to biomedicine.

There are many examples extensively describing how the confinement of organic compounds (i.e. chromophores, photochromic molecules or photoreactants), or other photoactive compounds (i.e.metal clusters) into several microporous systems can modulate the photophysical properties and photochemical reactions leading to interesting applications. Among (ordered)-hosts, different systems of diverse nature are widely used, such as the, the 1D- or 3D- channels of zeolitic frameworks, interlayer space of 2D-clays, the organic nanospace of curcubituril and cyclodextrins or the organo-inorganic porous crystalline MOFs systems. 

This volume highlights the advances of these photoactive materials and aims to be an inspiration for researchers working in materials science and photochemistry, including chemists, material engineers, physicists, biologists, and medical researchers.


Guests in nano channels of zeolite L.- Highly luminescent metal clusters confined in zeolites.- Photoactive Molecules within MOFs.- Guest Based Photoactive Porous Materials Based Upon Zn-Carboxylate Metal Organic Frameworks.- Tuning emission properties by dye encapsulation into layered silicates.- Resonance energy transfer in hybrid systems of photoactive dye molecules and layered inorganics..- Photofunctions of dye-clay hybrids; recent developments.- Photophysicochemical processes directed within nano-containers.


Dr. Virginia Martínez-Martínez graduated in Chemistry in 2001 (Extraordinary Prize of Degree). She obtained her PhD at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) in 2005 (Extraordinary Doctorate Award) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Fernando and Iñigo López Arbeloa. Her doctoral thesis was focused on the development and characterization of oriented hybrid dye/clay films. She did a postdoctoral stay for 2 years (2006-2008) at KU Leuven (Belgium), under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Johan Hofkens, acquiring knowledge on fluorescence microscopy at single molecule level, applied to study (bio)catalytic events in real time. She returned to the Physical Chemistry Department at the University of the Basque Country and after the Ramon y Cajal contract (2012-2017), she became Tenured Permanent Researcher. Virginia does research in Materials Chemistry and Spectroscopy. Her groups current scientific projects are: 1.Photoactive hybrid materials, based on the combination of fluorescent dyes into inorganic and organic systems such as 2D-clays, MOFs or porous zeolitic systems, for optical applications; 2. Multifunctional dyes based on BODIPY chromophore, mainly dedicated to the development of new photosensitizers and improved fluorescent probes for bioimaging; and 3.Nanoparticles as drug carries for their implantation in photodynamic therapy and teragnosis.

Prof. Fernando López Arbeloa obtained the PhD Degree in Science at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL, Belgium) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. F.C: De Schryver in 1987. He became Full Professor at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU, Spain) in 2002. He teaches Quantum Chemistry and Spectroscopy in the Department of Physical Chemistry. His research fields include the photophysical characterization of fluorescence dyes both in homogeneous liquid media and polymeric matrices, and in nanostructured inorganic solids with interest in photonics applications and sensors. He developed a new method based on an anisotropy fluorescence technique with linearly polarized light to characterize the orientation of dyes adsorbed in bidimensional ordered layer materials. Recently, special interest is focused on the study of new zeolitic-type aluminophosphate materials for chiral recognition. 



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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Structure and Bonding
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 635 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:IX, 406 p. 1 illus.
Pagine Arabe: 406
Pagine Romane: ix

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