Synthesis of a new ligand for linear multi-metallic chains. Conrad, S., M., Beetem, S., A., Lawson-Ferguson, K., J., & Walters, K., A. Abstracts of Papers, 231st ACS National Meeting, Atlanta, GA, United States, March 26-30, 2006, 2006.
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The overall goal of the research project is to synthesize a new organometallic supramol. system that will efficiently move charge when excited by light. First, a ligand is constructed through a multi-step synthesis. Next, a linear multimetallic system is formed by incorporating a transition metal directly into the backbone of the ligand. Once the ligand is synthesized, it can then be analyzed to discover its photochem. properties, and utilized for future applications in solar cell development, mol. devices, and computer technol. More specifically, the objective is to synthesize a ligand based on a bipyridine structure, which is pictured below. This trans-directing linear ligand will incorporate the transition metal directly into the backbone of a rigid photochem. active polymer. The structure is also an extension from the phenanthroline-based system previously investigated in Dr. Walter's research group. Furthermore, the bipyridine-based ligand will require fewer synthetic steps than the more complex synthesis of the phenanthroline-based ligand. [on SciFinder (R)]
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 author = {Conrad, Stacy M and Beetem, Sarah A and Lawson-Ferguson, Kelly J and Walters, Keith A},
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