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These phenomena suggest that the luminescence properties of the composites are not only related to the additive amount of the complexes but also correlated with the kind of the complexes or the interaction between the TCA matrix and the additive complexes.
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It is well known that there are abundant hydroxyl groups in TCA molecules and carbonyl groups in SSA molecules, probably leading to the existence of hydrogen bonds between the oxygen atoms from the carbonyl groups and hydroxyl groups. This interaction potentially disturbs the coordination between the oxygen atom from the carbonyl groups of SSA and central ions and probably reduces the energy transfers from SSA to central ions. Therefore, the TCA matrix in the composites can have an impact on the luminescence properties of the added complexes.
The possible reason is that due to the aforementioned interaction, the decrease in the energy absorbed by SSA causes lower energy for lanthanum ions when the content of lanthanum ions is relatively high, leading to a weaker sensitization effect of lanthanum on cerium ions.
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Consequently, a blue fluorescent polymer material with fine luminescence properties was successfully obtained. All dinuclear complexes and the chosen TCA composites emitting blue light displayed the characteristic emission of the cerium ion. The introduction of lanthanum ions can obviously improve the luminescence intensity of the dinuclear complex and can be favorable for retaining the excellent fluorescence of the TCA matrix.
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