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Much less common is to encounter assemblies of organometallic species or hybrid organic–inorganic arrays. Organometallic complexes display a variety of outstanding characteristics, among which are photophysical, catalytic, redox, and magnetic properties. Combination of different metal complexes, possessing complementary properties, for example, emission colors, absorption, ability to accept and donate energy and charge, can lead to white-light emission, light-harvesting systems, photoinduced energy and charge-transfer (CT) processes, and photocatalysis.
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