Luminescent metal-organic frameworks and coordination polymers as alternative phosphors for energy efficient lighting devices

William P. Lustig, Jing Li

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Abstract

The development of lower cost and higher performance phosphor materials for energy efficient lighting and other optoelectronic applications is both necessary and feasible. Luminescent metal-organic frameworks and coordination polymers (LMOFs and LCPs, respectively) are a class of materials that hold great promise for this application. Their luminescence is eminently tunable, and a myriad of structures with incredibly diverse properties have been reported, with emission wavelengths covering the entire visible spectrum, white light emission from a variety of mechanisms, and quantum yields approaching unity. This review will briefly describe the luminescence mechanisms commonly observed in these materials, discuss strategies for the rational design of LMOF/LCP phosphors, and present a number of representative examples of each mechanism and/or design strategy.

Original languageEnglish
JournalCoordination Chemistry Reviews
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Publication statusAccepted/In press - Jan 1 2017

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coordination polymers
Phosphors
illuminating
phosphors
Polymers
Lighting
Metals
Luminescence
polymers
metals
luminescence
Light emission
Quantum yield
visible spectrum
Optoelectronic devices
light emission
energy
unity
coverings
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