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The self‐assembly of platinum complexes is a well‐documented process that leads to interesting changes of the photophysical and electrochemical behavior as well as to a change in reactivity of the complexes. However, it is still not clear how many metal units must interact in order to achieve the desired properties of a large assembly. This work aimed to clarify the role of the number of interacting PtII units leading to an enhancement of the spectroscopic properties and how to address inter‐doi:10.5445/ir/1000122020 fatcat:ap3vygxwpjbxfgk3enqpwbx564