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A distorted pentagonal bipyramidal Ag(I)7 cluster was reported to exhibit the highest phosphorescence quantum yield for a Ag(I) cluster (Φ = 0.76).

See: Unprecedented Efficient Structure Controlled Phosphorescence of Silver(I) Clusters Stabilized by Carba-closo-dodecaboranylethynyl Ligands
Michael Hailmann, Natalia Wolf, Rebecca Renner, Thomas C. Schäfer, Benjamin Hupp, Andreas Steffen, Maik Finze
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2016, 55, 10507.

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