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Yersin, Hartmut and Donges, D. and Humbs, W. and Strasser, J. and Sitters, R. and Glasbeek, M. (2002) Organometallic Pt(II) compounds - A complementary study of a triplet emitter based on optical high-resolution and ODMR spectroscopy. Inorganic Chemistry (41), pp. 4915-4922.
Yersin, Hartmut and Donges, D. and Nagle, J. K. and Sitters, S. and Glasbeek, M. (2000) Intra-ligand charge transfer in the Pd(II) oxinate complex Pd(qol)₂. Site-selective emission, excitation, and optical detected magnetic resonance. Inorganic Chemistry 39, pp. 770-777.
Strasser, J. and Donges, D. and Humbs, W. and Kulikova, M. V. and Balashev, K. P. and Yersin, Hartmut (1998) Dynamical processes between triplet sublevels of metal-organic Pt(II) compounds. Journal of Luminescence 76-77, pp. 611-614.
Donges, D. and Nagle, J. K. and Yersin, Hartmut (1997) Characterization of intraligand charge transfer transitions in Pd(qol)₂, Pt(qol)₂, and Pt(qtl)₂ investigated by Shol'skii spectroscopy. Journal of Luminescence 72-74, pp. 658-659.
Donges, D. and Nagle, J. K. and Yersin, Hartmut (1997) Intra-ligand charge transfer in Pt(qol)₂. Characterization of electronic states by high-resolution Shol'skii spectroscopy. Inorganic Chemistry 36, pp. 3040-3048.
Yersin, Hartmut and Donges, D. (2001) Low-lying electronic states and photophysical properties of organometallic Pd(II) and Pt(II) compounds. Modern research trends presented in detailed case studies. In: Yersin, Hartmut, (ed.) Transition Metal and Rare Earth Compounds. Excited States, Trnsitions and Interactions. Volume II. Topics in Current Chemistry, 214. Springer, Berlin, Deutschland, pp. 81-186. ISBN 3-540-67976-6.
Balashev, K. P. and Donges, D. and Ford, P. C. and Humbs, W. and Mdleleni, M. M. and Strasser, J. and Yersin, Hartmut (1997) Lowest triplet sublevels in Pt(2-thpy)(CO)Cl, Pt(2-thpy)(Et₂S)Cl, Pt(phpy)(CO)Cl. In: Twelfth International Symposium on Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds (ISPPCC): Vermont, USA June 28 to July 3, 1997. Coordination chemistry reviews, 171. Elsevier, Amsterdam, P97.