Theoretical Studies on the Ground State and Excited State of 2,70-(Ethylene)-bis-8-hydroxyquinoline
- Received Date: 2007-10-16
- Rev Recd Date: 2008-02-03
- 2,70-(Ethylene)-bis-8-hydroxyquinoline, Absorption spectrum, Emission spectrum, Density functional theory
Abstract: Dielectric relaxation method was employed to study the properties of oxygen ion diffusion and phase transition in the oxide-ion conductors (La1-xLnx)2Mo2O9 (Ln=Nd, Gd, x=0.05-0.25). Two dielectric loss peaks were observed: peak Pd at about 600 K and peak Ph around 720 K. Peak Pd is a relaxational peak and associated with the short-range diffusion of oxygen ions, while peak Ph hardly changes its position and dramatically decreases in height with increasing frequency, exhibiting non-relaxational nature. With increasing Ln3+ concentration, the heights of peak Ph and Pd increase at first and then decrease after passing a maximum at 15% doping. It is suggested that peak Ph is related to the phase transition of a static disordered state to a dynamic disordered state in oxygen ions/vacancies distribution. It is found that the 15%Gd or 15%Nd doped La2Mo2O9 samples exhibit the highest conductivity in accordance with the highest height of peak Pd at this doping content.
|Citation:||Hui-xue Li¤, Su-juan Pan, Xiao-feng Wang, Tai Xiao. Theoretical Studies on the Ground State and Excited State of 2,70-(Ethylene)-bis-8-hydroxyquinoline[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2008, 21(3): 263-269. doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/21/03/263-269|