• Electronic spectra of anions intercalated in layered double hydroxides

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      Layered double hydroxides; intercalation; electronic spectroscopy.

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      Transition metal complexes intercalated in layered double hydroxides have a different electronic structure as compared to their free state owing to their confinement within the interlayer gallery. UV–Vis absorptions of the intercalated complex anions show a significant shift as compared to their free state. The ligand to metal charge transfer transitions of the ferricyanide anion show a red shift on intercalation. The ferrocyanide ion shows a significant blue shift of 𝑑–𝑑 bands due to the increased separation between 𝑡2g and 𝑒g levels on intercalation. MnO$^{-}_{4}$ ion shows a blue shift in its ligand to metal charge transfer transition since the non-bonding 𝑡1 level of oxygen from which the transition arises is stabilized.

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      S Radha1 P Vishnu Kamath1

      1. Department of Chemistry, Central College, Bangalore University, Bangalore 560 001, India
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