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As a consequence, if the two transitions negatively interfere according to the aforementioned model, the global NLO efficiency of ruthenium and iron complexes should be lower than that of zinc. This is the case for iron, where experimental measurements clearly show that (Zn) > (Fe), but is not the case for ruthenium where (Ru) > (Zn). Therefore, the model based on an antagonist contribution of both ILCT and MLCT does not allow all the experimental results to be rationalised; a more complex model involving extended delocalisation through the metal centre should perhaps be envisaged.
45). 06 (HRS) value twice that of its neutral precursor 97 and the fully oxidised compound 972þ. Complex 97þ is a class II mixed-valence complex, retaining charge localisation, but with enough electronic coupling between the redox centres to permit intervalence charge transfer transitions. As the redox couples 97/97þ and 97þ/972þ are fully reversible, this system constitutes, like compound 95, an interesting three-states NLO switch. g.  They display intense visible d(FeII) ! 50 eV is observed.
19 Examples of push–pull terpyridine metal complexes DIPOLAR METAL COMPLEXES 21 have been confirmed by the negative solvatochromism of these two complexes (D < 0). For these complexes, the NLO response is not only influenced by the ILCT transition, but also by the other MLCT and/or LMCT transitions. Lanthanide-containing NLO chromophores are very rare, and this is quite surprising because of their strong Lewis acidity and their ability to accept large coordinance (8–12), resulting in unusual geometries.