NKU fullerene research: "Two paths to the same molecule" - synthesis of fullerene-bipyridine ligands. Ewing, Z., Maschinot, C., Gibbs, D., & Walters, K., A. In Abstracts of Papers, 243rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition, San Diego, CA, United States, March 25-29, 2012, pages INOR-438, 2012. American Chemical Society.
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Our group is interested in designing novel supramol. systems that could be used for photoinduced charge transfer applications. One of our research group's main objectives has been to produce substituted fullerenes that facilitate metal-catalyzed coupling to other chem. subunits (e.g., bipyridine sites of ligation, organometallic conjugated polymer backbones) to create our desired systems. However, the modular nature of these systems permits alternate synthetic pathways to arrive at the same end product. This poster presents our attempts to investigate various pathways to arrive at the desired mols., and the pros and cons of each. Our resulting subunits can be ultimately used in polymer synthesis that can potentially be applied as paint for solar cell applications. [on SciFinder(R)]
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