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A study of the optical properties of metal-doped polyoxotitanium cages and the relationship to metal-doped titania

AuthorsLv, Y.; Cheng, J.; Matthews, P.D.; Holgado, Juan P. ; Willkomm, J.; Leskes, M.; Steiner, A.; Fenske, D.; King, T.C.; Wood, P.T.; Gan, L.; Lambert, R.M. ; Wright, D.S.
Issue Date2014
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
CitationDalton Transactions 43: 8679- 8689 (2014)
AbstractTo what extent the presence of transition metal ions can affect the optical properties of structurally well-defined, metal-doped polyoxotitanium (POT) cages is a key question in respect to how closely these species model technologically important metal-doped TiO2. This also has direct implications to the potential applications of these organically-soluble inorganic cages as photocatalytic redox systems in chemical transformations. Measurement of the band gaps of the series of closely related polyoxotitanium cages [MnTi14(OEt)28O14(OH)2] (1), [FeTi14(OEt)28O14(OH)2] (2) and [GaTi14(OEt)28O15(OH)] (3), containing interstitial Mn(ii), Fe(ii) and Ga(iii) dopant ions, shows that transition metal doping alone does not lower the band gaps below that of TiO2 or the corresponding metal-doped TiO2. Instead, the band gaps of these cages are within the range of values found previously for transition metal-doped TiO2 nanoparticles. The low band gaps previously reported for 1 and for a recently reported related Mn-doped POT cage appear to be the result of low band gap impurities (most likely amorphous Mn-doped TiO2). © 2014 the Partner Organisations.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/98252
DOI10.1039/c4dt00555d
Identifiersdoi: 10.1039/c4dt00555d
issn: 1477-9234
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