Electrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry of transition metal complexes and metallic clusters

Electrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry are used to characterise the electronic structure and the electron transfer ability of transition metal complexes and metal clusters, both as single units and as bricks of more complex systems, ordered in 0-, 1- or 2- dimensions and linked by organic spacers, possibly redox-active too. The presence of more than one redox centre, in the presence of electronic communication pathways, makes these systems interesting for the design of systems triggered by external stimuli, such as redox reactions or light.


Researchers involved

  • Maddalena Corsini