A Family of Heterocyclic Naphthalene Diimide (NDI) Analogues: Comparing Parent Isoquinoline Diimides and Phthalazine Diimides with NDI.
- WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
- Publication Type:
- Journal Article
- Chempluschem, 2019, 84, (10), pp. 1638-1642
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Parent isoquinoline diimide (IQDI) and phthalazine diimide (PTDI), as two new heterocyclic analogues of naphthalene diimides (NDIs), have been synthesized through an oxidative strategy in 35-79 % yield. X-ray crystallography has been used to support the formation of IQDI, which also show fluorescence quantum yields of 3.5 %. The electrochemical and electrical properties of these molecules have been studied. The electrochemical results show an interesting trend in first reduction potential PTDI
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